Gender Equality

Etodé rapport evaluation mi parcours final

This 63 page document highlights the results of the Etôdeé initiative mid-term evaluation Read More...

Gender and Power Analysis: Timor-Leste 2013

In October 2012 CARE International in Timor-Leste (CITL) commenced its transition from a project-based way of working, to a program approach. This Gender and Power Analysis provides part of the evidence base for the new programs being developed by CITL as part of the move to a program approach.

This Gender and Power Analysis is based on the findings of publically available secondary research and CITL's own research (gender analyses, baseline surveys and evaluations). The CARE International Gender Network's Good Practices Framework for Gender Analysis (2012) was used to guide the report and the analysis is structured around the three domains of CARE's Women's Empowerment Framework —agency, structures and relations.

This report should complement, but not replace, program and project-specific gender and power analyses.
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Gia report care comaco 18feb2013

compromises of findings of the Gender Impact Assessment Report on a Natural Resource Project. Read More...

Gender and Power Analysis: Mudansa Klimatika iha Ambiente Seguru (MAKA’AS) Project

CARE’s Mudansa Kilimatica iha Ambiente Seguru (MAKA’AS) project aims to build the adaptive capacity of women and men in vulnerable households living in seven sukos in Liquiça District on two highly degraded watersheds. The project goal is to increasing resilience to the impacts of climate change through improved water management and water resource protection, improved land management and agricultural practices and micro-to-meso level processes that support natural resource management at the watershed level. The project will be implemented by a consortium led by CARE with WaterAid and four local partners; Centro do Desenvolvimento da Economia Popular (CDEP), Naroman Timor Foun (NTF), Malaidoi, and Hafoun Timor Lorosae (HTL).

The Gender Analysis found that men and women often shared productive workload, although there were some gender specific activities such as fishing for men and seed storage for women. Men and women share the burden of agricultural work, coffee harvesting and caring for home gardens. However, in terms of the domestic or reproductive sphere there is generally little change from traditional gender roles where women care for children, cook and clean and pay attention to household food security. Men are starting to undertake some household tasks such minding children and collecting water but addressing the burden of work shouldered by women within the household is essential in order to enable them to participate in other community activities. Women’s and men’s roles mean they will be affected differently by climate change with women likely to be more concerned with the health and household food security impacts. Read More...

Niger country report alp

This 20 page report summarizes the mid-term findings of ALP in Niger Read More...

Final Evaluation Multi-stakeholder Model for Ending Gender-Based Violence Project Kayah

The “Multi-Stakeholder Model for Ending Gender-based Violence (GBV)” project in Kayah State involves collaborating with a range of stakeholders to put in place a model designed to prevent and respond to GBV in Kayah state. This new phase of the project, started in 2018, intervened in 92 villages belonging to three townships: Loikaw, Demoso and Phruso, with a total target population of 56.863. The methodology employed a mixed-methods approach, with qualitative data collection through KIIs and FGDs and quantitative data, in the form of household surveys.

The overall objectives of the end of project evaluation are:
• To determine the project’s achievements of its objectives and outcomes.
• To identify intended and unintended outcomes, best practices, lessons learned and recommendations to improve future programming in terms of sustainability. Read More...

Care sii phase 2 synthesis report 02-07

What impact, if any, is our work having on women’s empowerment? This report summarizes findings from... Read More...

Prevention and Response to Sexual and Gender Based Violence in Nangweshi

Objective: to prevent and address sexual and gender-based violence in Nangweshi camps and the surrou... Read More...

Inclusive Economic Growth and Employment Generation Final Evaluation

This 28 page document highlights the results of the Birač svoju project funded by the European Union Read More...

Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) Angolan Refugee Community Final Report

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