|Contributions||African Women Development and Communication Network.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1240.5.K4 G464 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||93982186|
Guidance for Developing Gender-Responsive Education Sector Plans • January United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative () The United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI) is a multi-stakeholder partnership committed to improving the quality and availability of girls’ educa-tion and achieving gender equality. Checklist for assessing the gender responsiveness of sexual and reproductive health policies page 3 Assessing gender in policy implementation: checklist Assessing how gender is integrated into policy that it is being implemented looks at how actions that derive from File Size: 74KB. Gender planning is not an end in itself but a means by which women, through a process of empowerment, can emancipate themselves. Ultimately, its success depends on the capacity of women's organizations to confront subordination and create successful alliances which will provide constructive support in negotiating women's needs at the level of household, civil society, the/5(8). A wide body of research suggests that a successful gender-specific program must acknowledge and address the fact that the needs of girls are different from the needs of boys, and must take those differences into account. To meet girls’ needs, gender-responsive services intentionally allow gender to affect and guide service Size: KB.
improve the planning process to be gender responsive and address the women's concerns in the local planning strategies. But, I believe we have made a good beginning in the workshop and will continue to strengthen our joint efforts to achieve gender equality through appropriate local planning approaches and participation of all stakeholders. REGIONAL TRAINING OF TRAINERS WORKSHOP ON GENDER-RESPONSIVE BUDGETING JULY AIM CONFERENCE CENTER, MA KATI CITY, PHILIPPINES FINAL WORKSHOP REPORT Submitted by: Sophia Noreen Castillo-Plaza With the assistance of Rhuel Andrew Mercado Asian Institute of Management. Gender in Food and Nutrition Security Text-only version • Inputs As the activities are better focused, the cost/benefit ratio of your inputs (staff, time and money) will improve. GENDER ISSUES DURING PROBLEM IDENTIFICATIONFile Size: 1MB. Mainstreaming gender in planning is an approach to advancing gender equity that involves addressing gender inequalities in all aspects of development, across all sectors and programs – this is the focus of gender-responsive planning. Gender integration is not simply about ensuring that women’s position is improved within existing frameworks.
• Interest and commitment in incorporating gender responsive budgeting concepts into policy advo-cacy and programming for gender equality • Analytical skills in relation to gender inequality • Experience in supporting national planning and programming processes in relation to women’s rights and reproductive rights WORKSHOP FACILITATIONFile Size: 1MB. provincial workshop on gender mainstreaming in wash for provincial / local government officials & stakeholders (20 – 21 november, at margalla motels, islamabad) under project ‘watsan improvement in informal settlements through gender mainstreaming and capacity building of local authorities’File Size: 2MB. Module Gender-Responsive Education Time: minutes Learning Objectives Key Messages and Learning Points Quality education for all is a fundamental human right, a protection mechanism and catalyst for personal and social development. In a crisis, a gender-responsive education system is crucial to ensure male andFile Size: 1MB. Gender Planning and Development: Theory, Practice and Training Caroline 0. N. Moser Routledge: Londen, ISBNO ISBN0 7 7£Pbk ISBN 0 9 £ Hbk In this book Caroline Moser draws on her experience of planning - micro and macro - in developing countries, in 'The Third World', to use her language, and then.