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Tool Kit on Gender Equality Results and Indicators

Development practitioners can use this tool kit to ensure that gender perspectives are incorporated into development initiatives, and to monitor and evaluate gender equality results. The tool kit presents a menu of gender equality outcomes, results, and indicators that may be selected or adapted by users.


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Integration of Gender Equality in Program-Led Evaluations

The review outlines factors that influence the integration of gender equality in the Development Evaluation Division of the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development program-led evaluations including the experience and capacity of evaluators and the level of awareness and capacity of staff.


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Gender and Development – a review of evaluation reports 1997-2004

This report presents the outcome of a review of the gender perspectives in 63 evaluation reports produced during the years 1997-2004. 24 of these were pre-selected by Norad for in-depth review.


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Mainstreaming Gender Equality: A road to results or a road to nowhere? An evaluation synthesis.

This evaluation synthesis examines experiences in mainstreaming gender equality across multilateral and bilateral donor organizations, based on evaluations from these organizations. It highlights trends in findings, challenges facts and good practices. It provides valuable insights for policy and operational change strategies.


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External evaluation on the Development of a short course on Gender and Climate Change (G&CC)

The overall objective of the short training course on Gender and Climate Change (G&CC)was to build knowledge and understanding of the causes of climate change and its impacts on development and gender relations in Uganda on one hand; and, to build local capacity in Uganda to design and implement gender-responsive climate change policies, strategies and programmes by using analytical and critical thinking skills on the other.


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Cross Programme Gender Evaluation - Final report

The Department for International Development of UK commissioned a formative evaluation to provide an early read on the coverage, effectiveness and likelihood of the current programme portfolio achieving DFID-Z’s Gender Vision Strategy. This report provides a theory of change relating to the ‘Road for Empowerment of women and girls in Zambia’.


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Adaptation Learning Programme (ALP) CARE International Mid-Term Review - Final Report

The Adaptation Learning Programme in Africa (ALP) seeks to increase the capacity of vulnerable households in sub-Saharan Africa to adapt to climate variability and change with a particular focus on gender equality and diversity. The programme covers Ghana, Niger, Kenya and Mozambique aiming to pioneer, deepen practical understanding of and document Community-Based Adaptation (CBA) over five years.


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Nordic influences on Gender Policies and Practices at the World Bank and the African Development Bank: A Case study

This study has ascertained the usefulness of promoting gender equality through all available mechanisms in each of the two organizations at the appropriate policy level. The different entry points are the Executive Boards, the Board of Governors, the Replenishment negotiations mechanisms, senior management levels and operational managers at headquarters and in the field.


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Evaluation of Irish Joint Consortium on Gender-Based Violence

This is an evaluation of the strategy, functioning and structure of the Irish Joint Consortium on Gender Based Violence in August 2011, which is intended to inform the future direction of the Consortium from 2013.


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Evaluation of the Austrian Development Cooperation Gender Policy between 2004–2011

Austria has committed herself within a framework of international agreements to gender equality and women’s empowerment through gender mainstreaming. The relevance of the gender policy document itself appears to be rather limited. Austrian Development Cooperation staff do know it, but do not use it for providing guidance for their work.

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