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  We have updated the CARE Gender Toolkit  to provide a better user experience and more functionality 

Please visit our new toolkit here.

As of August 16, 2013, we will no longer be adding content to this version of the toolkit. On September 30, 2013, we will be taking down this version of the toolkit permanently.  Please update your bookmark links accordingly. The new link is:

 http://gendertoolkit.care.org/default.aspx 

Questions discussed below are:

  • What kind of information is on this site?
  • How is this site organized?
  • Where do these tools come from?
  • How do I add comments to a page?
  • I have a suggestion on a tool that can be added to this toolkit. How do I request it be added?
  • Are there key contact experts to provide further support for gender analysis?
  • Can I recommend experts in particular areas of gender analysis to be shared?
  • Where can I post a question?
  • What are other resources or sites where I can search for information on gender analysis?

This site is still in development, so please do suggest questions to be addressed on this page! If you have any further questions, please send them to PQLibrarian@care.org.

What kind of information is on this site?

This site is focused on gender analysis. It collects resources from across CARE's experiences, and beyond, to keep stock of how the organization approaches gender analysis - organizationally and programmatically. Its pages comprise:

 

 
These pages offer a starting point for those new to gender or analysis work and include:
 

CONCEPTS AND FRAMEWORKS

ANALYSIS PLANNING AND DESIGN

  • Ethics - Key considerations that must be taken into account before and throughout analysis and programming with communities.
  • Planning and Design - A step-by-step roadmap on how to plan an analysis exercise.
  • Selection - What to consider in selecting who to talk to, when and where for analysis.
 
Tools pages are organized between tools for organizational review and development, and tools for program quality.
 

ORGANIZATIONAL ASSESSMENT

 
Tools for organizational development comprise:

PROGRAM QUALITY

Tools for program quality are organized around the programmatic cycle to include:

INDEX OF TOOLS

  • All Tools - offers a listing of all tools within the Gender Toolkit.
 

  • Case Examples offer a look at specific country office experiences engaging gendered analysis.

 Looking for more engagement, or in-person support? You may want to:

 

How is this site organized?

This site is organized along the analysis process as part of a broader programmatic cycle. It walks through A) Concepts to reflect on in designing gender analysis; B) Preparation steps for developing a team and management plan for analysis; C) Tools and guidance on analysis for Program Quality; D) Tools and guidance on analysis for Organizational Assessment/Review and Development; and E) Additional Features to provide further guidance and support for gender analysis:

Where do these tools come from?

This site is a compilation of materials on gender analysis – particularly in relation to participatory, learning and action – from both within and outside of CARE.

The CARE Gender Toolkit features analysis tools that have been used and developed by CARE staff, introduced by consultants to CARE, or featured in other resource manuals on gender analysis, from a spectrum of organizations, that include Oxfam, FAO (SEAGA Field Handbook), International Center for Research on Women, the Interagency Gender Working Group, among others.

For the sources of a particular tool, please see the resources section at the bottom of the tool’s page.

How do I add comments to a page?

Complete this short form and email to PQLibrarian@care.org. Please allow 3 working days for the comment to appear onto the site.

I have a suggestion on a tool that can be added to this toolkit. How do I request it be added?

To suggest a new tool, please fill out the New Tool Form, and email to PQLibrarian@care.org.

Are there key contact experts to provide further support for gender analysis?

Yes!

Visit the Contact List page of the site. Resource contacts are also featured within each section of the site (see sections listed in question 1).

Can I recommend experts in particular areas of gender analysis to be shared?

Please do! If you know of a key staff or consultant with capacities to provide support to teams seeking to conduct gender analysis, please email your recommendation to PQLibrarian@care.org.

Where can I post a question?

Please send any questions to PQLibrarian@care.org, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

What are other resources or sites where I can search for information on gender analysis?

Resources are featured within each section of the site (see sections listed in question 1).

 


If you have any other questions, please send them to PQLibrarian@care.org.