Does anyone have any good resources on how to put together a feasibility study for gender-related programs in the Global South? Thank you!

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Hi Devin, how would you like to use this information? Will circulate in the community to see if anyone has experience. Warm new year greetings!

Devin,

You can look at the UNWomen library (www.unwomen.org). 

Serge Eric

A specific one from UN Women to what Serge has suggested http://www.unwomen.org/en/digital-library/publications/2018/4/can-b...

Merci Serge!

Hi Kevin, thanks for this query - feasibility studies for gender-related programs (in the Global South) may have to include the following points to consider: + equality indicators in international comparison + level of equal pay + age matters + urban vs. rural realities and questions of remote locations + women in technical, sectoral and other trades including ICT +  political representation of women as compared to men at all levels + income and career perspectives. Best New Year regards, Susanne Lucie Bauer (PhD) D-10999 Berlin

Hi Devin, I'm a gender expert living in Zambia. What do you need ? Ines de Biolley

Hi Kevin,

Just need to know are you doing gender feasibly study for the existing programs or the new projects/programs that will commence shortly. I am sure you might have done a preliminary analysis. You have not mentioned anything about the time frame to complete this study. Also, would you like to use local resources like hiring experts from a particular region?

Regards,

Manorama

Hi Kevin,

Just need to know are you doing gender feasibly study for the existing programs or the new projects/programs that will commence shortly. I am sure you might have done a preliminary analysis. You have not mentioned anything about the time frame to complete this study. Also, would you like to use local resources like hiring experts from a particular region?

Regards,

Manorama

Thanks so much for the resources and questions thus far: I'm looking for something very basic, a manual or how-to thing that is written in clear, accessible language for non-specialists, so local orgs can see the value of conducting a feasibility study, understand what would be involved and analyse what support they would need to be able to do it. The programme would be a new prevention of VAW programme, implemented by an org with good community ties and connections to service providers but not a VAW-specialist org, so there would be some need for capacity support there too.

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