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Gender mainstreaming in the health sector

experiences in Commonwealth countries.

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Published by Commonwealth Secretariat in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Commonwealth countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Discrimination in medical care -- Prevention.,
    • Women -- Medical care -- Commonwealth countries.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 87).

      SeriesNew gender mainstreaming series on development issues
      ContributionsCommonwealth Secretariat.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA564.85 .G4654 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 87 p. ;
      Number of Pages87
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3761214M
      ISBN 100850927331
      LC Control Number2003464581
      OCLC/WorldCa51642174

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      The target audience for this tool comprises primarily programme managers and health-care providers involved in setting up, implementing or evaluating HIV/AIDS programmes. It includes programme managers and health-care providers in the public sector at the national, district and facility levels, as well as those running private sector programmes, e.g. nongovernmental organizations (NGOs). TOOLS FOR ASSESSING GENDER IN HEALTH POLICIES AND PROGRAMS Introduction Gender equality ’s important role in advancing health and development goals is globally recognized. International initiatives such as the Millennium Development Goals call for gender File Size: KB.


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Mainstreaming Gender in the Health Sector: An Overview Gender Equality and Women’s Health Moving from Women and Health to Gender and Health Practical Considerations in Gender Mainstreaming a) Developing and implementing gender-sensitive policies b) Identifying priority areas c) Mobilising resources for gender mainstreaming.

Gender Mainstreaming in the Health Sector: Experiences in Commonwealth Countries (New Gender Mainstreaming Series on Development Issues): Medicine & Health Science Books @. Gender mainstreaming series. This series on gender mainstreaming in multi-sectoral development issues has been developed from the Commonwealth Gender Management System, a holistic system-wide approach to bringing a gender perspective to all government policies, plans and programmes.

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This paper reviews published literature on experiences in mainstreaming gender within the health sector since the s. Although much has been written about the need for mainstreaming gender, and on how to go about it, the gap between intention and practice is by: This handbook is divided into two parts: Part I – Gender Mainstreaming: 10 Steps for Integrating Gender into the Policy- Making Process.

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Gender Mainstreaming Manual – A book of practical methods3. Foreword. Gender Mainstreaming Support (JämStöd) is a Swedish committee of inquiry that has worked for two years under a government mandate to provide information about gender mainstreaming and to develop practical methods and models for mainstreaming gender into central government g: health sector.

Incorporating a Gender Perspective in Health (Gender Mainstreaming) means applying all these concepts to health and health care so that women and men receive care in accordance with their needs. Because gender is a relational term (defining relationship between men and women) the term must include both women and Size: KB.

Integrating Gender Considerations into Energy Operations. In the energy sector, the gender dimensions of access to services, access to benefits, and exposure to risks and benefits, are being increasingly recognized as important elements to be considered for effective.

Mainstreaming in Health, and three gender mainstreaming tools, namely, (ii) Gender Analysis Matrix, [iii] Gender Mainstreaming Matrix, and [iv] Checklists for Monitoring Gender Mainstreaming. A detailed description of each outcome is described below: Draft Regional Strategy for Gender Mainstreaming in Health (1) Vision.

Gender Mainstreaming in the Health Sector Experiences in Commonwealth Countries. DOI: 12 PAHO: Workshop on Gender, Health and Development: Facilitator’s Guide 63 13 Royal Tropical Institute: Gender and Organizational Change – Bridging the Gap between Policy and Practice 65 14 Sida: Handbook for Mainstreaming a Gender Perspective in the Health Sector Handbook for mainstreaming: a gender perspective in the health sector.

The manual is a user-friendly guide aimed to raise awareness and develop skills on gender analysis and gender responsive planning in health sector activities. The Manual is conceptually structured to move from awareness to action throughout a three to four day workshop to reduce gender-based inequities in health.

Gender mainstreaming involves assessing the different implications of public policies on both men and women. A commitment to gender mainstreaming is one of the most effective ways that governments can support and promote gender equality.

Gender mainstreaming was established as a major global strategy for the promotion of gender equality in the Beijing Platform for Action from the Fourth United Nations World Conference on Women in Missing: health sector.

WHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data Human rights and gender equality in health sector strategies: how to assess policy coherence. ’s rights. identity. ’s health. rights. al health programs. policy. MAINSTREAMING GENDER IN THE HEALTH SECTOR: PREVENTION OF GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE AND MALE INVOLVEMENT IN REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH Myra Betron and Lucía Fort Background Over the past decade, the prevention of gender-based violence1 and male involvement in reproductive health have come to be viewed as key to advancing the fight against poverty.

gender mainstreaming capacity; and establishing inclusive accountability structures. INTRODUCTION. WHY AN OECD TOOLKIT FOR MAINSTREAMING AND IMPLEMENTING GENDER EQUALITY. Importantly, the GEPL Recommendation recognises that effective policy making and oversight do not occur in a vacuum.

Likewise, sustainable gender mainstreaming effortsMissing: health sector. Health (1) Inthe Health Sector Gender Policy was developed by the Ministry of Health to promote gender mainstreaming in the health sector.

The National Adolescent Reproductive Health Policy was also developed in to address teenage pregnancies, adolescent sexuality and early marriage.Gender Mainstreaming Directorate The Directorate is charged with the mandate to spearhead Gender Mainstreaming in Ministries, Departments, Agencies, Counties and the Private Sector with the aim of achieving Gender Equity and Equality across all the sectors.

This is done through Capacity building of Duty Bearers; training on Gender Responsive Budgeting and engendering of.There is insufficient gender mainstreaming in the health sector, especially by global funding agencies, which are influenced by development goals that have been criticised for focusing too narrowly on gender.

Through examining publicly available documents, Sarah Hawkes and Ken Buse investigated the approaches of leading global health.