Gender, Girls and Young Women

Tool kit on gender equality results and indicators

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Author: Hunt, J. (for ADB & Government of Australia)
Publication date: 2013

This tool kit aims to assist development practitioners to ensure that gender perspectives are incorporated into development initiatives, and to monitor and evaluate gender equality results. It presents a menu of gender equality outcomes, results, and indicators that may be selected or adapted by users.

The World Bank: enGENDER IMPACT

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EnGENDER IMPACT, a World Bank initiative aims to contribute to gender equality by:
1) supporting global knowledge sharing and uptake of key lessons
2) encouraging more and better IEs in key gender topics

The web of institutionalisation: Assessing Uptake of ToC Thinking in Hivos

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This document introduces and elaborates on the notion of the 'web' of institutionalisation by Levy (1996) as part of the internal assessment by Hivos of the institutionalisation of Theory of Change thinking. It zooms in on the core elements, presented by Levy as the citizen's, policy, organizational and delivery sphere and lists guiding questions for each sphere, specifically formulated for Hivos' internal assessment.

The process of institutionalising gender in policy and planning: the 'web' of institutionalisation

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Author: Levy, C.
Publication date: 1996

This paper raises a critical question of concern: how to institutionalise or sustain change related to new perspectives in the practices of governments and other organisations involved in the development process. Doing so, it zooms in on the institutionalisation of a gender perspective in development policy, planning and practice.

Assessment of sustainability elements/key risk factors practical guide

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Author: Norad
Publication date: 2010

The Practical Guide is a supportive document for carrying out screening of relevant sustainability elements/key risk factors. The Guide is designed to be of practical use when identifying, assessing and documenting the effects and risks of a programme, among these the cross cutting issues referred to in the various grant scheme rules.

The World Bank Toolkit: Gender issues in monitoring and evaluation in agriculture

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Author: The World Bank
Publication date: 2012

This toolkit has been developed to assist project task teams, borrowers, and partners to recognize and address gender concerns in designing rural development projects and to monitor and evaluate results, outcomes, and impact on achieving overall rural well-being. To further this, the Agriculture Action Plan 2013–2015 aims to include gender-related analysis in 100% of its projects and gender-related actions and M&E in 75% of its projects.

CLEAR M&E Roundtable Series # 2 - Theory of Change

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This roundtable was the second in a series of M&E roundtables organised by CLEAR South Asia on Best Practices in Data Collection. It provided an introduction to of experimental evaluation and quasi-experimental methods.

Speakers: (Part I)

Participatory Video for Advocacy CASE STUDY: Maternal Mortality in Burkina Faso

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This project in Burkina Faso was developed by the White Ribbon Alliance to boost the ongoing campaign for reducing maternal mortality through voices from the ground. They chose 6 health workers and midwives to take part in a Participatory Video project. During the training we visited health services and families; talking to them, discussing and watching the films to make a film message that would raise awareness and give grassroots solutions for maternal mortality issues in Burkina.

Watch the video at http://www.insightshare.org/watch/video/avec-nous

3ie/IFPRI: Empowering Adolescent Girls: Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial in Uganda

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The following videos are part of the 3ie/IFPRI Seminar Series on Impact Evaluation. The topic of empowering adolescent girls was presented by Markus Goldstein of The World Bank (video 1), discussed by Clara Delavallade, IFPRI (video 2), and followed by a Q&A session (video 3).


UNECE Gender Statistics

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"This is a gender statistics website that aims to bring together both gender statistics and policies. The main focus is on the production, dissemination and use of gender related data. In addition to statistics, this site elaborates on some of the main gender issues relevant to the UNECE region,