Addressing Gender in Impact Evaluation: What should be considered?

This guide provides a clear explanation of gender, false categorizations of ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’, and how ‘gender’ too often crops up in funding applications as a synonym for working with women. This guide also emphasizes gender as a process, rather than as a categorization.

This guide educates on how to apply a gender lens to development interventions and evaluations. It provides advice and recommendations on: articulating gendered aspects of an intervention; determining gendered patterns in intervention delivery; assessing gender needs and going beyond women’s involvement; and including both positive and negative change for all genders in reporting and evaluations.

Published 2016-09-29

Document Information

Publication year
2015
Author(s)
Fletcher, Gillian
Contributor:
Buffardi, Anne
Format
pdf, 24p.
Rights
© Overseas Development Institute 2015
Our thematic areas
Gender Equality

Document Information

Publication year
2015
Author(s)
Fletcher, Gillian
Contributor:
Buffardi, Anne
Format
pdf, 24p.
Rights
© Overseas Development Institute 2015
Our thematic areas
Gender Equality