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Mainstreaming gender and development in the World Bank

progress and recommendations

by Moser, Caroline O. N.

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

  • Developing countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Women in development.,
    • Women in development -- Developing countries.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementCaroline O.N. Moser, Annika Tornqvist, Bernice van Bronkhorst.
      SeriesEnvironmentally and socially sustainable development. Social development, Environmentally and socially sustainable development series.
      ContributionsTornqvist, Annika, 1962-, Bronkhorst, Bernice van, 1969-
      LC ClassificationsHQ1240 .M67 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 38 p. :
      Number of Pages38
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL377071M
      ISBN 100821342622
      LC Control Number98039050

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Mainstreaming gender and development in the World Bank by Moser, Caroline O. N. Download PDF EPUB FB2

3) Bank staff express a need to develop a common gender rationale and language as well as tools and training for mainstreaming gender and development. 4) Most bilaterals and multilaterals are adopting a policy approach to gender that integrates equality and people-centered sustainable development, reflecting a combination of the messages from.

The World Bank Group takes as its starting point that no country, community, or economy can achieve its potential or meet the challenges of the 21st century without the full and equal participation of women and men, girls and boys. Little Data Book on Gender marks progress – and shows the need for more.

The Bank Group and SVRI awarded $ This report evaluates progress in mainstreaming gender in Bank lending since It also examines the integration of gender into project objectives and analyzes all investment lending with nominated gender related actions approved in FY Lastly, the update reviews the gender content of selected sector work.

Mainstreaming gender and development in the World Bank: progress and recommendations (English) Abstract. This report presents the main findings of a recently completed desk study undertaken for the Social Development Family of the World Bank's Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development (ESSD) by: Mainstreaming gender (English) Abstract.

This brief includes the following headings: getting wise to gender: it is about men and women after all; Old and new gender gaps; The story at district level in 29 districts under Basic Education capacity Trust Fund (BEC-TF); findings from quality of.

A useful definition of the concept of gender mainstreaming is provided by the United Nations Economic and Social Council (), suggests that mainstreaming a gender perspective is the process of assessing the implications for women and men of any planned action, including legislation, policies or programs, in all areas and at all levels.

Gender, Conflict, and Development was written as an effort to fill a gap between the Bank’s work on gender mainstreaming and its agenda in conflict and development.

The authors identify a link between gender and conflict issues and provide the most comprehensive review of external and internal sources on gender and conflict, with a particular.

Mainstreaming Gender and Development in the World Bank: Progress and Recommendations Environmentally and socially sustainable development series: Social development Work in progress for public discussion World Bank e-Library: Authors: Caroline O. Moser, Annika Tornqvist, Bernice van Bronkhorst: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: World Bank.

Seventy- five percent of the world’s poor live in rural areas, and most are involved in farming. In the 21st century, agriculture remains fundamental to economic growth, poverty alleviation, and environmental sustainability.

The World Bank’s Agriculture and Rural Development publication series presents recent analyses of issues that. The Little Data Book on Gender illustrates the progress towards gender equality for economies around the world. It provides comparable statistics for women and men for the years and across a range of indicators covering education, health and related services, economic structure, participation and access to resources, public life and decision making, and.

The World Bank has now taken another critical step through the development of a concrete strategy for gender mainstreaming, which will have implications for the Bank itself and for all its. Gutmann went on to co-author one of the first systematic evaluations of men's place in the development process, a working paper for Oxfam.

: Mainstreaming Gender and Development in the World Bank: Progress and Recommendations (Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development Series. Social Development) (): Caroline Moser, Annika Tornqvist, Bernice Van Cited by: Based on research commissioned by the World Bank, this books primary focus is on incorporating men in gender and development interventions at the grass roots level.

It draws attention to some of the key problems that have arisen from male exclusion; as well as to the potential benefits of - and obstacles to - men’s inclusion. development agenda, ENERGIA’s focus in recent years has been on supporting national and regional efforts to mainstream gender in energy policies, projects and markets.

This Handbook on mainstreaming gender in energy projects seeks to provide guidance, practical tools and examples for energy projects that show how to undertake genderFile Size: 3MB. Africa Gender Equality Index – Empowering African Women: An Agenda for Action ( MB) - Bank Group Gender Strategy ( MB) Operationalising Gender Mainstreaming at the African Development Bank Group ( kB) The Gender Policy ( kB).

The World Bank Group has been promoting gender equality in development since Yet today, in many parts of the world, women continue to lack voice and decision-making ability; and their economic opportunities remain very constrained. Mainstreaming gender in World Bank lending: an update.

This study updates the findings of a study on how the concepts of women in development and gender have evolved within the World Bank, and how Bank policies and lending reflect these concepts. Drawing from documentation including project documents, economic and sector work, and OED.

Caroline Heider: One is the World Bank's commitment to building gender into country strategies and operations from the starting point, throughout, and at the exit point, is a very important aspect.

Because, if the project planning isn't happening, if the monitoring data isn't being collected, it makes our life much, much harder, and much more. 6 Gender Mainstreaming Manual – A book of practical methods Introduction If we are to challenge and change an activity or operation, we need working models and methods that help us achieve our aims.

Gender mainstreaming is development work with a long-term perspective and only fully bears fruit when it is done system-atically.

The Little Data Book on Gender This handy pocket guide is a quick reference for users interested in gender statistics.

The book presents sex-disaggregated data for more than economies in an easy country-by-country reference on demography, education, health, economic opportunities and political participation. Gender: Social Inclusion in the Energy Sector - Online Resources - These resources have been developed by a number of organizations including the World Bank, Asian Development Bank (ADB), ENERGIA and the University of Twente, and are consolidated and published by the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP).

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This book is the result of research commissioned by the World Bank. Its primary focus is on incorporating men in gender and development interventions at the grassroots level. It begins by identifying the rationale for the study of, and key issues surrounding, eoemen and masculinitiese in gender and development.

It draws attention to some of the key problems that have arisen. Factors Contributing to Effective Gender Mainstreaming in a Violence Prevention Initiative at the Inter-American Development Bank Factors Contributing to Effective Gender Mainstreaming in NGOs and Projects in Africa How a Gender Action Plan Can Deliver Gender-Equality Results: Lessons from the Asian Development Bank’s.

Gender mainstreaming is the public policy concept of assessing the different implications for people of different genders of any planned policy action, including legislation and programmes, in all areas and reaming essentially offers a pluralistic approach that values the diversity among people of different genders.

The concept of gender mainstreaming was first. Relations, “Clingendael,” and the World Bank’s Conflict Prevention and Reconstruction Unit. The Social Development Team in the Bank’s Africa Region supported this publication. The review fills an impor-tant gap in the gender, conflict, and development nexus.

Although much has been written in academic and policy circles on gender, on. Although the origins of the review relate to needs specifically identified by ESSD, the issues raised go beyong social development, and are relevant to all Bank staff concerned with mainstreaming gender and development into World Banl lending and nonlending operations at the policy, program, and project level." Category: Social Science.

Background: Over the past decade gender mainstreaming has gained visibility at global health World Bank, one of the largest funders of global health activities, released two World Development Reports showcasing its gender policies, and recently announced a $1 billion initiative for women’s summarise the development of the Bank’s gender Cited by: 1.

The World Bank and Gender SYNOPSIS In Septemberthe World Bank launched the World Development Report Gender Equality and Development (WDR ), the first of the series to focus on gender. Bank is committed to ensure good levels of gender mainstreaming in its operations, and that all Country.

Get this from a library. Gender mainstreaming: a study of efforts by the UNDP, the World Bank and the ILO to institutionalize gender issues.

[Shahrashoub Razavi; Carol Miller; United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.; United Nations Development Programme.]. Gender Mainstreaming in Poverty Eradication and the Millennium Development Goals Publication date: 1 January Format: Paperback This book explores the issue of gender inequality through the lens of the Millennium Development Goals, and highlights women's critical role in both economic growth and human development.

Gender mainstreaming mandated by the Beijing Platform for action integrates gender in all aspects of individuals lives in regards to policy development on gender equality. The World Bank's Gender Action Plan of is built upon the Bank's gender mainstreaming strategy for gender equality.

This special issue of Gender & Development focuses on gender mainstreaming and includes seven articles looking at gender mainstreaming in a variety of contexts around the world, as well as what has become an influential editorial article by Fenella Porter and Caroline Sweetman, and an overview of progress made up to‘Gender.

Gender Mainstreaming: A Study of Efforts by the UNDP, the World Bank and the ILO to Institutionalize Gender Issues Shahra Razavi Carol Miller Occasional Paper 4, August United Nations Research Institute for Social Development Cited by: Caren Grown is an internationally recognized expert on gender issues in development.

Prior to joining the Bank, she was Economist-In-Residence and co-director of the Program on Gender Analysis in Economics at American University (AU) in Washington, DC. Inshe led the UNU-WIDER program on aid effectiveness and gender equality, an. This series on gender mainstreaming in multi-sectoral development issues has been developed from the Commonwealth Gender Management System, a holistic system-wide approach to bringing a gender perspective to all government policies, plans and programmes.

They are accessible reference manuals written to help policy-makers and practitioners set up a gender. Dinesh Dodhia is a former senior staff member of the Commonwealth Secretariat.

Since he has been managing director of Rappidd Consultancy Ltd, which provides specialist advice on economic and development issues to international organizations such as UNCTAD, the World Bank, African Development Bank, Commonwealth Business Council and Crown : Paperback.

iv Acknowledgments This Tool Kit on Gender Equality Results and Indicators is a joint publication of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of Australia. It was prepared by Juliet Hunt, consultant, under the supervision of Shireen Lateef, senior advisor (Gender), Size: 2MB.gender equality is itself a core value of the United Nations Charter and one of the internationally agreed-upon Millennium Development Goals.

For over a decade, gender mainstreaming has been part of UNDP’s official corporate policy, and the Environment and Energy Group is committed to strengthening gender mainstreaming in all of its pro-grammes.gender disparities and inequalities that are barriers to development, and by assisting member countries in formulating and implementing their gender and development goals.

2. To this end, the Bank periodically assesses the gender dimensions of development within and across sectors in the countries in which it has an active assistance program.