GENDER MAINSTREAMING IN PROJECTS AND PROGRAMMES
Gender Mainstreaming in Projects and Programmes
In this course you will build your confidence in dealing with gender imbalances in development interventions and society. You practise the use of different (management) tools and models for gender inclusion and mainstreaming. Through interactive course sessions you learn to systematically analyse gender differences in interest and influence and define concrete strategies to help you achieve equitable development benefits for all your beneficiaries. You learn to work with change management processes and networking to explore your capacities as a change agent.
Understanding the need for gender mainstreaming
Trends in development and their consequences for gender
Development interventions and gender issues
Gender impact assessment
Gender sensitive indicators for change
Gender sensitive data collection and analyses
Gender at work
At the end of this course you are able to:
apply a gender perspective in the life cycle of a development intervention. In identification, formulation, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation;
apply an Appreciative Inquiry approach at relevant stages of the project or programme;
design project and programmes, monitor and evaluate on gender equality and act as a change agent in the change process;
prepare a gender assessment of your development intervention.
This course will be highly relevant if you are:
a project staff member, advisor, desk officer, trainer or consultant;
working in development projects, programmes and policy making;
involved in facilitating integration of non discriminatory behaviour and equality between men and women.
You specifically learn about gender mainstreaming in projects and projects. You go through each stage in Project Cycle management and learn about the related gender issues. Familiarity with project cycle management therefore is beneficial for this particular course.
As participants from all over the world join this course, ideas and experiences with gender mainstreaming from a variety of cultural contexts will enhance your learning experience.
This two week course is designed and implemented by VHL University of Applied Sciences in cooperation with
MDF Training & Consultancy. It will take place in Ede. Date
26 October - 06 November 2015
Early bird: € 3,195 (when registered before 17 August 2015)
Regular fee: € 3,550 Registration:
MDF Head Office, Netherlands Phone: +31 318 6500 60 Registration by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Course location
Hotel & Conference Centre De Bosrand
Bosrand 28 6718 ZN Ede The Netherlands