7 edition of Assessing gender policies in the East African region found in the catalog.
Assessing gender policies in the East African region
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by, Nena Thundu, Annamarie K. Kiaga, Suzan W. Mwangi Omondi.|
|Contributions||Thundu, Nena., Kiaga, Annamarie K., Omondi, Suzan W. Mwangi., Development Policy Management Forum.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 289 p. :|
|Number of Pages||289|
|LC Control Number||2008345134|
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Be the first. Similar Items. This section highlights the key gender gaps that are still in existence in the East African Community based on the 13 critical areas of the Pilot EAC Gender Barometer. Legal and state obligations to protect human rights; with exception from Tanzania, the EAC partner.
Gender and Development in the Middle East and North Africarecognizes the complexity of gender issues, explores the causes of gender inequality,and proposes an agenda for book has been endorsed by two tireless advocates for gender equality: Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan and Shirin Size: 2MB.
This book seeks to advance the gender equality discussion in the region by framing the issues in terms of economic necessity. It analyzes the potential for women's greater economic contribution to the region's new development model, which is further discussed in three parallel books on trade, employment, and governance.
This book, based on comprehensive empirical research, portrays an emerging yet powerful profession that has a significant role to play in the endeavour towards social development, social justice, human rights and gender equality.
The book is the first of its kind to provide first-hand theoretical and empirical evidence about social work in East Africa.
Gender Mainstreaming in Puntland Public Institutions: A Case of Ministries of Education, Labour, Health, and Planning Somali gender analysis study commissioned by the European Union and undertaken by the Somali Institute for Development and Research Analysis in found out that Somali stood fourth in the world in terms of gender inequality.
the integration of gender dimension into the development process and secondly, the empowerment of women. To achieve this mission, MIGEPROF has developed a National Gender Policy (NGP) which is a framework for the orientation of interventions to serve as a foundation of gender equality and Size: KB.
on Gender Issues and Advancement of Women (OSAGI), Office of the Spe- cial Adviser on Africa (OSAA), Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs (G3ICT), Permanent Mission of Uganda to the United Nations File Size: 1MB. ABIDJAN, J — A new assessment of the quality of government policies and institutions that support growth and poverty reduction in Africa shows some progress for a few countries but flat or deteriorating scores for the majority, according to a new World Bank Review.
The latest Country Policy and Institutional Assessment (CPIA) for Africa describes the. Trade policies which better benefit women across East Africa, can pave the way for more inclusive development and prosperity, according to a.
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gender profiles of partner states of the East African Community (EAC) within the context of regional integration (chapter 1), and analyses the impact of EAC regional integration on women’s well-being with a focus on women’s employment (chapter 2). Both descriptive and quantitative analyses are used to this end.
Selected concepts central to Gender and Development thinking are explained here. These are intended to help you explore some of the key ideas and issues in Gender and Development and their implications for policy and Size: KB.
Progress towards gender equality in the Middle East and North Africa (MNA) region is a descriptive note on progress and gaps towards gender equality and women’s empowerment in the region, produced to provide the situational context to the World Bank Group’s regional gender action plan (RGAP) FY from conflicts in the Great Lakes region of Africa.
The author of this report is Ndeye Sow, Senior of gender equality policies and enhancement of women’s socio-economic status at all levels of Women’s political participation and economic empowerment in post-conflict countries 7. Region Middle East and North Africa; Disclosure Date /01/24 Disclosure Status Disclosed Doc Name On gender and development in the Middle East and North Africa: women and the public sphere - overview; KeywordsAuthor: Mustapha Kamel Nabli, Nadereh Chamlou.
EAC Strategic Plan on Gender, Youth, Children, Persons with Disabilities, Social Protection and Community Development () Page 10 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The East African Community has demonstrated deliberate commitment to develop policies and programs that facilitate the participation of a cross range of citizens in the advancement of theFile Size: KB.
More recently, the East African Legislative Assembly passed the EAC Gender Equality and Development Bill on March 8,with the aim of harmonizing existing gender frameworks across members.
EAC members may consider this bill as an opportunity to develop a region-wide approach to mainstreaming gender in trade policy. the effort to improve the gender sensitivity of trade policy in East Africa. The country papers assemble evidence of gender bias in trade policy decision-making, evident in all three countries, though to differing degrees.
Each country study has conducted field survey and reviewed wide literature on trade policies and gender issues. Migration in policy agendas in Africa and the multilateral policy agenda 19 Migration and the regional integration agenda in Africa 19 Migration and the Sustainable Development Goals 20 The preparatory process for the global compact for migration 21 Assessing migration and structural transformation in Africa.
Assessing Regional Integration in Africa IV African Union African Union African Development Bank The West African sub-region as a pilot study Women in trade in West Africa Weak production systems, gender-blind policies and poor trade facilitation in West Africa Gender equality is a fundamental development objective, and is essential to enabling women and men to participate equally in society and in the economy.
The World Bank’s Africa Region is dedicated to improving the lives of women and men by supporting government partners with knowledge and finance.
Significant progress has been made in closing.Organisation of African Unity into the African Union, the creation of NEPAD, to structural reforms within regional economic communities with the example of the restructuring of SADC, empirical evidence shows that little change has occurred at the operational level.