Re-Thinking Gender in Social Development

As part of the Farms of the Future project, CCAFS together with researchers at Oxford University, have been working to identify areas of western Nepal that are currently experiencing the expected future climate of Beora, a small farming community in Rupandehi District. The project involves a series of farmer exchanges, in which farmers from Beora will visit their “future climates”, to help them learn about how communities cope with higher temperatures and different rainfall patterns. These pictures are from ©2012CIAT/NeilPalmer

This gender training from the World Bank Group will help improve quality in gender analysis, actions and monitoring and evaluation to facilitate the closing of gender gaps.

This course is in English

What will you learn?

  • Basics of gender equality in a development context
  • How and why to conduct thorough gender analysis
  • How to link gender analysis to operations
  • How to monitor and evaluate gender equality outcomes

What resources do you need to do it?

Internet access and an email address to create a free account.

More about this training

This training aims at preparing social development specialists, researchers, consultants and partners to integrate gender considerations into their work. In particular, this course helps with linking analysis, action, and outcomes to close the key gender gaps.
Social development specialists are probably already convinced of the value of gender equality and have operational experience in its implementation through sectoral and regional programs. Against this background, this training will encourage a shift in the way researchers and practitioners think about gender in their operations. It will also address closing the gap between gender awareness and actualizing gender equality outcomes.

  • Cost: free
  • Duration: Approximately one hour

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