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Gender concepts in development planning

Gender concepts in development planning

basic approach

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Published by INSTRAW in Santo Domingo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

UN publication sales no. E.96.III.C.1.

Statement[prepared by: Lezak Shallat, Ursula Paredes].
ContributionsShallat, Lezak., Paredes, Ursula., International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement ofWomen.
The Physical Object
Pagination35p. ;
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22245425M
ISBN 109211270502

Gender analysis is a type of socio-economic analysis that uncovers how gender relations affect a development problem. The aim may just be to show that gender relations will probably affect the solution, or to show how they will affect the solution and what could be done. Given the ubiquitous influence of gender in a person's life, a number of theories have been developed to explain gender development. These theories can be generally divided into three families.

Aug 26,  · Gender analysis • Is a tool /set of tools to assist in strengthening development planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and to make programmes and projects more efficient and relevant. • Gender analysis should go beyond cataloguing differences to identifying inequalities and assessing relationships between women and men. Introduction to gender analysis concepts and steps Juliet Hunt, Independent Consultant Overview During program and project design, gender analysis is the process of assessing the impact that a development activity may have on females and males, and on gender relations (the economic and social relationships between males and females which are.

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