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Minimum Standards for Mainstreaming Gender Equality

Addressing gender equality is key for successfully achieving sustainable development outcomes and creating a more equal world. Gender equality mainstreaming is the process or means by which unequal conditions are addressed to achieve the goal of gender equality. This means ensuring a gender lens is applied to all organizational and programmatic activities, including a focus on promoting gender equality and empowering women and girls.

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Gender Mainstreaming Resource Pack: A Practical Guide for Programming

Promoting Gender Equality is one of Trocaire’s organizational and program priorities. A gender audit highlighted that gender mainstreaming was an area where staff and management required additional training, guidance, and practical tools. The audit found that concepts and terminology around mainstreaming were often perceived as academic and confusing. Additionally, staff felt that while they understood what mainstreaming meant in theory, they were less clear about how to mainstream gender in practice.

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INCLUSIVE HEALTH CHECKLIST

The Inclusive Health Checklist provides a list of questions to help a project team systematically consider the inclusion of persons with disability in each stage of the project cycle: situation analysis, design and planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. The checklist is not exhaustive but is meant to spark discussion around key human rights principles within [more…]

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Advocating for Change for Adolescents! Toolkit

Today, there are more young people in the world than ever before, and they have the power to bring about unprecedented societal and economic progress. The Advocating for Change for Adolescents! Toolkit was created with the hope of inspiring more youth-led, high-impact solutions for adolescent health and well-being to benefit today’s adolescents and future generations. [more…]

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Youth Family Planning Policy Scorecard

The Youth Family Planning Policy Scorecard dashboard allows users to access, interpret, and compare countries’ youth family planning policies and programming. Users can assess the extent to which a country’s current policy environment enables and supports youth access to and use of family planning. This assessment uses eight indicators that have been shown to be [more…]

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Investing in Gondar’s Future: Supporting the Health and Development of Vulnerable Adolescents in Ethiopia

Adolescents often face significant social and structural barriers to optimal sexual and reproductive health and development. To address these barriers, International Medical Corps in collaboration with local community partners implemented an integrated adolescent health project in Gondar City, in northwest Ethiopia. The project combined community-based activities with rehabilitation and systems support interventions to lay a [more…]

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Adapting to Learn and Learning to Adapt: Practical insights from international development projects

Adaptive programming and management principles focused on learning, experimentation, and evidence-based decision making are gaining traction with donor agencies and implementing partners in international development. Adaptation calls for using learning to inform adjustments during project implementation. This requires information gathering methods that promote reflection, learning, and adaption, beyond reporting on pre-specified data. This brief outlines [more…]

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Implementing SRHR Programs Across the Humanitarian Development Nexus

The Implementing Best Practices (IBP) Initiative, the Inter-agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises (IAWG), UNFPA, IPPF, and WHO convened over 40 organizations in Istanbul to share experiences, tools, and resources about sexual and reproductive health and rights programming across the humanitarian development nexus. Ten key issues emerged as priorities to consider when implementing [more…]

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Very Young Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health and Gender Program Design Guide

Save the Children is excited to share a new resource with guidance for designing programs to address gender inequity and sexual and reproductive health among very young adolescents (VYAs). The Very Young Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health and Gender Program Design Guide offers evidence-based considerations for program design, as well as guidance for the selection [more…]

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Community Health Planning and Costing Tool

Through funding and technical contributions from the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF), MSH developed the Community Health Planning and Costing Tool (CHPCT) to support the planning and costing of effective community health community health services (CHS) packages. Results from using the tool can be used to evaluate program performance, plan for future programming, [more…]

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