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Gender strategy (paris 14 june 2012)

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  • Strategic: How do gender norms shape the life choices of women and men in the hub communities? What are the social and material consequences of non conformity with expected behaviors and what opportunities are there for change? Gender integration: What measures are most effective to enable poor women and men to envision and realize upgradation goals in AAS market systems? Innovation: what M&E tools can facilitate cost-effective assessment of intra-household outcomes and impacts? First bullet: gender integration across themes – with a transformative lens; systematic testing of innovative interventions that fill gender resource gaps, but with an eye to influencing the social environment causing these disparities in access, benefits, control Second bullet: Strategic gender research on gender norms, their consequences for life choices, and how to act to change them Third bullet: learning – process monitoring and outcome/impact evaluations: foster replication and scale up. Involves tool development, defining success indicators etc AMBITIOUS but…CG system well placed to lead in shifting the paradigm… need to take risks; reform process sets the stage for this How AAS will support the ambitious agenda – governance of CRP; capacity focused on gender; financial resources
  • Approach: Innovate through operationalizing gender & development theory in AAS practice – in gender theme AND across themes; transformative agenda cross cuts – intrinsic to aim of sustainable (long lasting) improvements in wellbeing – ensure systems and structures enable poor and marginalized to have more and better life choices; widens the bounds of the possible Experimentation: lack knowledge of what works to facilitate social change & gender equity. Systematically test interventions** to learn what works under what conditions, to inform upscaling and replication ** e.g. Interventions: technical alone; technical + transformative

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  • 1. Gender Strategy AAS G e n d e r S trate g yMaking a difference in the lives of the poor
  • 2. O ve rvie w• It d cio t A S nr u t n o A o• O ro u o G n e u fc s n e d r• O r t tg u sr e y a o R t nl aio ae o G n e Ta som t eA po c e d r rn fr aiv p ra h• Srcuea dc p c y t tr n a a it u• S m rf cio s o e el t n e Making a difference in the lives of the poor
  • 3. AAS an d C G IAR re fo rmInnovation: Reaching those left behind by the Green Revolution Research in Development Gender Impact Assessment Making a difference in the lives of the poor
  • 4. O u r re s e arc h ag e n d a Gender transformative approachesMaking a difference in the lives of the poor
  • 5. Wh y g e n d e r tran s fo rm ative ?• Practice lagging behind understanding• Technical approaches/gap filling – accept/reinforce inequity• Gender integration without social change limits sustainability of impacts Making a difference in the lives of the poor
  • 6. O u r g o al an d o b je c tive s Gender equitable systems that enhance the resilience, capabilities and wellbeing of poor women and men dependent on AAS• T d s n n t t n vte as ord c g n e in q a ie inte a g o eig a d e in oa wy t e u e e d r e u l s h rn e s iv it a dq a y f e o dc o e a drsucs vil lt A Sd p n e t n u l o l l o h ics n eo re aaa e o A e e d n it iv ih b wm na dm n o e n e.• T f il t c a g inte om , a itd s n pate u d rin tee o a it e h n e h n r s t u e a d rc s n el g h s ca t ic y p t rs f e d r is ait a en o g n e d p r . t y• T d m nt t h w h e h n e g n e- ep nivn s rsl ine uy o e o s a o tis n a cd e d r s o s e es eus q it re r t , wle ga dp vr rd c nim at eb in n oet e u t l y io p c . s Making a difference in the lives of the poor
  • 7. O u r ap p ro ac h• Gender integration across AAS themes• Strategic gender research facilitating change in norms, attitudes and practices• Innovation and experimentation • Operationalizing concepts and developing tools • Systematically testing interventions to understand what works Making a difference in the lives of the poor
  • 8. G o ve rn an c e an d M an ag e m e n tProgram Overs ight Panel• 4wm n( c d gc a) o e in l in h ir u• 4m n eProgram Leaders hip Team• 6wm n oe• 1 mn 0 e• G n e W rin G o p e d r ok g ru• C u t T a l d r ( wm n 2m n o nr eme es3 o e ; y a e) Making a difference in the lives of the poor
  • 9. G e n d e r C ap ac ity 201 2 Strategic gender Three focal countries: Bangladesh, Solomons, Zambiaresearch partners (ICRW, UEA) Country program leaders Gender leadership team Country gender Hub implement’n focal points team 2.5 Consultants 3 Hub gender research partners Gender Working Hub development Group partners Making a difference in the lives of the poor
  • 10. G e n d e r C ap ac ity 201 3 Five focal countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Strategic gender Philippines, Solomons, Zambiaresearch partners (ICRW, UEA) Country program leaders Gender leadership team Country gender Hub implement’n focal points team 4 Consultants 5 Hub gender research partners Gender Working Hub development Group partners Making a difference in the lives of the poor
  • 11. R e fle c tio n s• H mita dh bis u il n u r y• O t n l b– in oa n m d lgb h v r u o aim n vt + o e io in e aio• H w a w h lp o l“g t ”? o cn e e e p e it p e• I ictr o sces n a s fu cs d o  G n e b l c in e d r etg ed r a ne g n e m e s a in  Bid in te o iasie c sil g p r g g h sc lc n e kl a s Making a difference in the lives of the poor
  • 12. Th an k Yo u Making a difference in the lives of the poor