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CARE Rwanda Gender Gap Analysis Report 2012
The Gender Gap Analysis, completed in late 2011 by CARE Rwanda, was designed to explore how gender dynamics influence the process and outcomes of the VSL methodology as a programming platform for women’s empowerment. The specific objectives of the CARE Rwanda Gender Gap Analysis were:
To learn how gender norms shape women’s participation in and benefits from VSL groups;
To understand the different experiences of men and women participating in VSL groups; and
To formulate recommendations for strengthening the VSL methodology to address issues relating to gender dynamics.
The Gender Gap Analysis was led jointly by the
Family Planning Results Initiative
teams in Rwanda, with support from the Results Initiative Team at CARE USA.
Download and read the report, called
"Mind the Gap" here
CARE Tanzania Gender Analysis
This is a gender analysis of the HIMA program implemented in Zanzibar, Tanzania. The objective is to identify the gender issues with regards to implementation of Community Forest Management and REDD (Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation), outline areas of intervention that will improve gender mainstreaming, and propose recommendations for a way forward.
Summary - HIMA Gender Analysis
CARE Tz HIMA Gender Analysis
- full report
CARE Tanzania Women and Agriculture / "Pathways" Gender Analysis Report (2010)
LAC Regional Gender Program Report
- August, 2012 update on CARE's gender work in the Andean region. Includes their work using gender analysis as a framework for action.
CARE India has developed a guidance note on Gender Transformative Change (GTC) integration into Detailed Implementation Plan (DIP) of projects across the domains of health, education, livelihoods
guidance note on GTC integration in DIP.docx
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