Gender-responsive planning, programming, monitoring and evaluation

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The inclusion of gender at all stages of the programming process — planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation — promotes transformative change and ensures the different priorities and needs of women and men are central to resilience action

Germany has delayed putting into action its plans to address increasing heat waves linked to climate change, threatening public health, Human Rights Watch said today.
Human Rights Watch
2021

This study aims to build knowledge on how to contribute to gender transformation by achieving systemic changes and addressing the root causes of gender inequality in resilience and climate programming. This research took a feminist and participatory

Oxfam International Secretariat
2021

Five years into the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030 (SFDRR), this paper analyses the relevance of the SFDRR for women in the context of disasters. It argues that although the framework has made headway in

Progress in Disaster Science (Elsevier)
2020

This learning report was developed at the conclusion of the UNDP-supported ‘Strengthening Climate Information and Early Warning Systems in Cambodia to Support Climate Resilient Development and Adaptation to Climate Change’ project (known herein as ‘the

United Nations Development Programme
As an UNDP-supported project in Cambodia comes to a close, it is important to reflect how well gender considerations were and were not integrated throughout the project.
United Nations Development Programme
This is a reflection from Plan International Asia Pacific DRM Team based on the experience in DRR work linked with the gender-transformative perspective.
Plan International