Resources

27 Oct 2016
John Riverson, Mika Kunieda, Peter Roberts, Negede Lewi and Wendy M. Walker, 2005: Paper describes steps which are being taken by the World Bank to improve the effective meeting of gender needs in transport, summarizing examples of good practice and illustrating their application in Ethiopia.
12 Oct 2016
CGIAR/International Agricultural Research Center in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), 2014: Report from a training workshop covering the practical, technical and analytical aspects of gender mainstreaming in dryland agriculture, as well as lessons learned for consideration in future trainings.
06 Oct 2016
AgShare, 2015: Guidelines for integrating a gender perspective into the different components of the AgShare methodology, a model that provides strategies for a coherent institutional approach to teaching and research in order to create a scalable and sustainable method of filling critical resource gaps in African MSc agriculture curriculum.
06 Oct 2016
African Development Bank, 2009: Checklist is intended to guide WASH project managers and implementation teams in identifying, preparing, appraising, implementing, monitoring and evaluating gender-sensitive drinking water supply & sanitation programs and projects, and support national governments in analyzing and implementing programs and projects.
23 Sep 2016
Nigerian Environmental Study/Action Team (NEST), 2011: Toolkit provides resources on the basic concepts of gender mainstreaming, analysis and planning; Increases awareness and reduces the gender bias that informs individual attitudes towards gender equity work; and provides basic knowledge and tools to effectively mainstream gender equity.
23 Sep 2016
UNDP, 2014: Series of policy briefs and training modules on gender and climate change for practitioners and policy makers in Africa with themes of specific relevance to Africa, including a general overview of climate change issues, adaptation, agriculture and food security, equitable energy access, and climate finance.
23 Sep 2016
African Development Bank, 2009: Checklist provides a tool for effective mainstreaming of gender in infrastructure programs and projects to guide task managers and implementation teams to plan, design, implement, monitor and evaluate gender-sensitive and responsive infrastructure projects.
22 Sep 2016
ENERGIA/Hivos, 2010: Guide provides guidance on how to integrate gender concerns within biogas programmes, including what gender interventions can be undertaken as part of programme activities, what institutional aspects need to be looked at, and how to monitor progress made on gender aspects, drawing specifically on experience with the Africa Biomass Partnership Programme (ABPP).
22 Sep 2016
ENERGIA: Technical brief provides guidance on possible gender issues and entry points in rural electrification projects as well as actions that can help ensure equitable access to the benefits of rural electrification for women and men. It is based on ENERGIA’s experiences with assisting rural electrification agencies in Botswana, Senegal, Kenya and Uganda.
22 Sep 2016
ENERGIA: Fact sheet outlines the main issues in gender mainstreaming in sustainable energy, and provides key recommendations and examples of specific energy projects where gender mainstreaming was implemented.
22 Sep 2016
ENERGIA: Online course designed to be used as part of the capacity building efforts in both the Africa and Asia regions, consisting of four elements: 1) What is Gender? 2) What is Energy? 3) The significance of gender in energy interventions and 4) Energy projects and women
22 Sep 2016
ENERGIA: Technical brief provides guidance and practical tools to assist energy projects in undertaking gender mainstreaming systematically. It draws on experiences from energy projects in Asia and Africa to “demystify” gender mainstreaming in the energy sector
22 Sep 2016
UNDP, 2004: Toolkit and resource guide outlines the linkages between gender and energy in the context of sustainable development, and provides suggestions and materials on how to address energy poverty by integrating gender and energy sensitivity into development programmes, projects, and policies.
22 Sep 2016
UNDP, 2007: Manual examines environment and energy development projects, policies and decision-making processes from a gender perspective. Written for UNDP staff working with national counterparts in governments and NGOs, it can also be used by other development practitioners working in the field of environment and energy.
21 Sep 2016
WaterAid with support of Australian Agency for International Development, 2012: Report examines case studies of several groups and shows ways in which people secure their rights to sanitation and water in countries around the world, including understanding the barriers that they face and how to design interventions to eliminate these barriers.