30-October-2012

English, PDF, 382kb

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.

12-January-2011

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Gender equality in and through education

This evaluation illustrates how gender equality can be and is promoted throughSwedish bilateral support to education.

20-December-2010

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Project UN Resolution 1325

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.

26-October-2010

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Gender equality in thematic priorities

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.

5-August-2010

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Gender Aware Approaches in Agricultural Programmes – Zambia Country Report, A special study of the Agricultural Support Programme (ASP)

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.

8-March-2010

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Gender Aware Approaches in Agricultural Programmes: A study of Sida-supported Agricultural Programmes

Concern about the ability of the world’s ecosystems to continue supporting human life on earth is resulting in a renewed attentiveness to agriculture and its multi functional character. In 2008 alone three major publications reported on the need to focus policy attention on food and farming.

12-February-2010

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Gender Equality in Swedish Development Cooperation Final Report

The evaluation of Support to Gender Equality in Swedish Development Cooperation was designed to assess progress in the implementation of Sida’s support to gender equality, and to provide input to Sida for its recommendations to the Swedish government’s Gender Equality Policy.

16-January-2003

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Reflection on Experiences of Evaluating Gender Equality

The current post-evaluation aims to learn lessons from the evaluation approach and methodology used in Sida's Gender Equality Evaluation carried out in 2001-02. The report summarises frank, self-critical reflections by eight of the evaluation team members. The nature of the subject of the Gender Equality Evaluation prompted a careful preparation of evaluation methods and tool, e.g. Concept Papers and Prompt Sheets and tools for

4-April-2002

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Integración de la Perspectiva de Igualdad de Género Evaluación del Apoyo de Asdi para la Promoción de la Igualdad de Género, en los Países de Cooperación para el Desarrollo - Informe de País – Nicaragua

En el año 1996, la igualdad de género fue establecida como una de las metas de la cooperación sueca al desarrollo. Un año más tarde Asdi formuló un Programa de Acción para promover la igualdad de género. El Programa de Acción enfoca la estrategia de integración de una perspectiva de género para lograr el objetivo de la igualdad de género. Según dicha estrategia, la igualdad de género debería ser implementada en las políticas,

9-January-2002

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Mainstreaming Gender Equality, Sida’s support for the promotion of gender equality in partner countries, Country Report Nicaragua

Gender equality remains a challenging goal in the Nicaraguan context. On one hand, there is clear evidence of the burden of inequality which women face in terms of differences in income and the experience of poverty, in negative health outcomes, in victimisation due to inter family and sexual violence and physical abuse; and in under-representation and poor access to political decision making. For the most part these costs of

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