Gender and Monitoring: A Review of Practical Expriences

Published on 1 January 2001

This report aims to provide a practical tool that can be used to integrate a gender approach into existing monitoring and evaluation mechanisms. This paper first defines M&E, goes on to look at how indicators can be made gender-sensitive, who should be involved in this process, and when during the project cycle. Case studies follow of implementation of such approaches at field level (projects and programmes), institutional and government level. The paper concludes with some recommendations and suggestions.

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Brambilla, P
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