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AFED results reports (calculation methods and conclusions)
Modelling Catalytic Impact at CARE
Evaluating Systems-level change and impact Findings from the evaluation of the Humanitarian Assistance Program (PAH) in Ecuador
SISTEMATIZACIÓN DE LA ESTRATEGIA DE MEDIOS DE VIDA Y EMPRENDIMIENTOS CON MUJERES REFUGIADAS Y MIGRANTES
GUÍA TÉCNICA PARA EVALUACIÓN DE LA SATISFACCIÓN DE LA ATENCIÓN RECIBIDA POR USUARIOS DEL EQUIPO DE RESPUESTA RÁPIDA
SISTEMATIZACIÓN DE LA IMPLEMENTACION DE LA ESTRATEGIA DE ACCESO A SERVICIOS DE SALUD
SISTEMATIZACION DE ESTRATEGIA DE PROMOTORES DE LA INTEGRACIÓN Y VOLUNTARIOS Y AGENTES COMUNITARIOS DE SALUD
SISTEMATIZACIÓN DE EXPERIENCIA “COMEDORES PARA LA PREVENCIÓN DE LA ANEMIA EN NIÑOS Y NIÑAS DE 6 A 36 MESES DE EDAD
Rapid Gender Analysis on Power & Participation (RGA-P) Women Lead in Emergencies Mawlamyine, Mon State, Myanmar
• Social norms severely limit women’s rights, voice and access to decision making and leadership roles in the community.
• Formal and informal decision-making spaces are still largely dominated by men.
• There are limited all female community groups active in the targeted communities.
• When women are participating in formal governance positions or community groups, they are relegated to support roles and have no opportunities to influence decision making within those spaces.
• Social and economic insecurity as a result of the military coup and resulting violence, COVID and other issues have increased security concerns across Myanmar and contribute to the barriers faced by women in relation to participation and leadership in their community. Read More...
Rapid Gender Analysis on Power and Participation: Women Lead in Emergencies Northern Shan State, Myanmar
The purpose of this Rapid Gender Analysis on Power & Participation (RGA-P) is to build a better understanding as to whether and how women are able to participate in the community and in decision making spaces in the Northern Shan State of Myanmar and what changes may have occurred as a result of the conflict and women’s participation and leadership. The research was conducted through primary and secondary data collection in July 2022 in three villages in the Lashio Township of the Northern Shan State, Myanmar.
Summary of the findings
The main factors that were found to restrict women’s access and opportunity to participate in public decision making and leadership roles were related to
➢ Social norms and expectations of the role women are expected to play/hold in society and the views that female characteristics are not fit for leadership roles.
➢ The expectation that women are responsible for all of the household chores, childcare and care for elderly.
➢ Restrictions on women’s movement (controlled by husbands and elder family members) also impedes women’s rights to engage in spaces outside of the home.
➢ In addition, barriers such a slow literacy rates in Myanmar language (the language used is most formal meetings/decision making spaces) Read More...
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