|Statement||Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE)|
|LC Classifications||HQ1236.5.E8 G46 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||2009349537|
Objectives of the Preliminary Gender Profile 16 Methodology 16 Literature review 16 Key-informant meetings and interviews 16 Consultation workshop 16 Scope of the Study 16 Limitations of the Study 17 Institutional frameworks for Gender Equality in Ethiopia 19 Gender-responsive project management applies a gender perspective to the analysis, design, methodological approach, the targets, objectives and activities and to the monitoring and re- porting of a project or programme as well as the budget and the human resource policy. mainstreaming of gender issues into the Bank’s operations to promote good governance. Although the Checklist provides a framework for the integration of gender issues in the whole cycle of Bank governance interventions, not all the proposed actions are appropriate for all Box 1: Gender Equality, Good Governance and MillenniumFile Size: KB. Objectives of Gender mainstreaming in projects. The overall objective of mainstreaming gender within projects is to have a gender sensitive project that provides a signal that helps to measure gender-related changes in the society, politics, economic participation etc. Gender mainstreaming in projects is about using participatory approached in all project Size: KB.
from a gender perspective — of a current or recently completed project or activity. It assesses how a project addresses and responds to gender dynamics and inequalities in technical programming, policies and practices. The assessment highlights successes and gaps in programming, identifying new opportunities to improve future programming. 7File Size: 1MB. Sector Gender Checklists. Sector gender checklists have been prepared to help ADB staff, government partners and consultants address gender issues in the design of projects across different sectors. They provide a “how to” integrate gender equality and women’s empowerment objectives in a range of sectors by: providing a step-by-step guide to designing gender inclusive projects. While the gender-sensitive and gender-inclusive approaches referred to throughout these guidelines address the needs of both men and women, greater focus is placed on addressing the needs of women, as it is recognised that women more often carry additional disadvan-tages due to gender than men. These disadvantages can be amplified. Guidelines for Project and Programme Evaluations. Imprint: Gender checklist 36 Guidelines The project partner has to add the review results of a review to the annual or final report, as well as an analysis of the utilisation of these new findings. However, theFile Size: KB.
gender frameworks are used and applied in a sensitive and skilled manner. Moreover, their use must be based on a political, and personal, commitment to a principle of social justice which includes gender equity. The history of gender concerns in development organisations A concern for gender equality in development is sufficiently well established. The Jhpiego Gender Analysis Toolkit focuses principally on Steps 4 and 5 below—the identification of critical information gaps and the development and implementation of a data collection plan. The Toolkit uses the GAF to organize questions for collecting information on gender relations and roles in the context of health programming. Monitor:Collectionofdata,analysisandreporting Useofmonitoringdataformanagementactionanddecisionmaking 5. Evaluatingforresults EDUCATION FROM A GENDER EQUALITY PERSPECTIVE 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Education is universally acknowledged to benefit individuals and promote national development. Educating females and males produces similar increases in their subsequent earnings and expands future opportunities and choices for both boys and Size: KB.