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A recent review of experiences shows that gender equality is not yet integrated into the operations and organisational cultures of development organisations. Meeting this challenge will require a significant cultural change.
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The underlying reasons for failure are often related to competing leadership priorities, such as the MDGs, aid effectiveness and governance agendas to name a few, which have crowded out mainstreaming gender equality.
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This evaluation illustrates how gender equality can be and is promoted throughSwedish bilateral support to education.
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The Program provides technical assistance and additional funds to provincial and district level governments with the aim of them effectively managing a range of resources to progressively meet Millennium Development Goal targets for maternal and child health.
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The aim of the present evaluation is to assess whether the Academy’s courses for gender equality within the framework of Project UN Resolution 1325have contributed to the implementation of the National Action Plan.
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ADB's commitment to gender equality and women's empowerment was further enhanced in 2008 with the approval of Strategy 2020, which includes gender equity as one of the five drivers of change.
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The Swedish Agency for Development Evaluation (SADEV) has therefore conducted an evaluation with the overall purpose to assess how the thematic priority gender equality and women’s role in development is integrated in the other two thematic priorities.
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The Review of Irish Aid's Gender Equality Policy details an internal review which took place in 2009/2010 to identify the key challenges and areas of progress in the implementation of the Gender Equality Policy.
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The Zambia Country Report is designed to both offer specific feedback on ASP to the Embassy of Sweden in Zambia and to provide significant input into the Evaluation Report.
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Ensuring that gender issues are taken into consideration in value chain-related interventions is vital for facilitating the development of inclusive value chains that benefit both women and men.