3 edition of National level workshop on gender mainstreaming of forest frontline staff found in the catalog.
National level workshop on gender mainstreaming of forest frontline staff
|Statement||edited by C. Suvarna|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||2011350314|
Operational Guidelines for Mainstreaming Gender Equality in the Development Work of Forests of the World and Partners Gender equality and the empowerment of women are among the United Nations' sustainable development goals. It is defined in objective 5 as: Achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls1. Because gender mainstreaming is about changing the normal and cherished ways of doing things, it requires additional financial and human resources and high-level political will. Gender mainstreaming is not something that can be consigned to ‘watchdogs’ in .
the composition of human resources in academic. Female staff are fewer than males and mostly occupy lower grades while the male counterpart take possession of the top level positions and constitute the decision making organ. Gender mainstreaming has been adopted as a strategy for promoting gender equality in higher education in Africa. This gender mainstreaming guide has been designed to assist FAO technical officers, in particular officers working in forestry, to develop actions in forestry-related projects and programmes at headquarters and in all regions. officers working on forest-related issues will be able to identify concrete actions to ensure that gender issues.
ties, there is increasing awareness of the role gender plays in natural resource management. Several papers and a book covering gender and forest management in India and Nepal helped catalyse our interest in the topic [,, 18]. Yet the extent and rigor of the evidence in the non-academic and academic literature was unknown, and. Conduct Gender assessment in 3 provinces and submit report with key findings and recommendations to integrate in the Cambodia's REDD+ Action and Investment Plan. 2. Conduct Gender mainstreaming in Planning training workshop for the technical staffs of MoE, MAFF and partner I/NGOs of MoE and facilitate to develop a gender action/M&E plan.
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Gender mainstreaming is development work with a long-term perspective and only fully bears fruit when it is done system- atically. This book is a compilation of the methods and models that we think are most use- ful, all of which have been tested in various types of operation.
SUMMARY REPORT OF THE UNDP PROGRAMME STAFF GENDER MAINSTREAMING WORKSHOP – OCTOBER In October gender training for programme staff was conducted, ensuring that UNDP staff members have the necessary tools and skills to increase their overall efficiency in gender.
gender equality is itself a core value of the United Nations Charter and one of the internationally agreed-upon Millennium Development Goals. For over a decade, gender mainstreaming has been part of UNDP’s official corporate policy, and the Environment and Energy Group is committed to strengthening gender mainstreaming in all of its pro-grammes.
While a comprehensive gender mainstreaming policy framework (NGP and GIDD) and various mechanisms have been established by the government, there is a clear lack of resources and political will to support gender mainstreaming in all economic sectors.
The Zambian forestry sector is. Key opportunities for gender mainstreaming Based on the preliminary gender analysis you have just conducted, the following technical areas– participation, capacity development, institutions and data collection – can be examined further as they may provide key entry points to help mainstream gender.
The Workshop cum Mid-Year Assessment was a four-day learning event which included various topics on Republic Act or the Magna Carta of Women (MCW) ofthe United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (UN CEDAW), Gender Mainstreaming (GA), Tools and entry points, and EGMEF.
On-going initiatives on gender mainstreaming in forestry policy Improving legal framework for gender mainstreaming in forestry policy: National strategy on gender equality ; National action program on gender equality ; Viet Nam forestry development strategy National strategy to response to CC Enhancing facts and data on gender equality.
Specific activities under this project include assessing the integration of gender into national forest policies, providing policy recommendations, producing knowledge for the development of training materials for mainstreaming gender, enhancing the capacity of policy makers on gender mainstreaming, communicating and disseminating the findings and producing policy briefs focused.
points for mainstreaming gender considerations into the Ghana REDD+ process. The road map was then defined as a means of achieving this. Northern Savannah Zone, Transitional Zone, High Forest Zone and Coastal Savannah Zone 5.
Networks for women and vulnerable groups To support the establishment of a gender and forest task force: 1. 5 THEMATIC BRIEF: GENDER AND NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT There are signs that natural disasters, to which women are particularly vulnera- ble, are becoming more common.
Long-term climate changes are expected to increase the incidence of. Mainstreaming gender into forest policies in Asia and the Pacific.
pre-workshop meeting at the 25th Session of the APFC in Rotorua, New Zealand in October each country has developed its own national gender strategy and plan of action to fulfil its commitments to promoting gender equality.
gender issues in sustainable forest management 2 access to forest resources and land ownership: impact on women’s employment and livelihoods 2 iii. key entry points for gender mainstreaming along the project cycle 6 project context 6 project design 8 implementation 9 monitoring and evaluation 9 iv.
checklist for gender mainstreaming Part I: What is gender mainstreaming. The first part of the report contains the conceptual framework of gender mainstreaming. It places the strategy of mainstreaming in the context of achievements in terms of gender equality. It describes the origins of gender mainstreaming and its relation to specific gender.
Gender mainstreaming of forest frontline staff and governance The ICFAI Journal of pubic administration, Vol 5, No. 1, pp, Jan Beyond Training: Analysis of Andhra Pradesh Forest Academy (APFA) DatabaseTitle: Commissioner, Fisheries at.
Provide 3-day in-depth capacity building training on gender mainstreaming for the NCLR staff and Gender Equality Team and lead 1 day workshop on development of gender filters Review and refine the e-Guillotine filter methodology with regards to practical and simple incorporation of gender equality considerations to refine the methodology.
manual is for community workshops while English can be used for NGO staff and educated people. The manual is for two-day gender sensitisation/awareness workshop, however, with some reduction of exercises it also can be used for daylong workshops. The workshop could be started with a brainstorming exercise asking the participants what.
Four East Africa country representatives, a handful of restoration implementers, half a dozen scientists and a collection of gender specialists walked into a room. They emerged hours later with points of action and vows to work together, after a day of discussions that focused on national-level forest restoration work, women’s rights to land and the [ ].
forest management through gender mainstreaming. Within the forestry context, explicit socio-economic, political and cultural barriers have excluded and marginalized women’s voices in decision-making processes.
The essence of conducting gender mainstreaming is to ensure that the different knowledge, skills and activities of both men and women. I have excellent interpersonal skills, and the ability to be open to learn, adapt and take risks when innovation is needed. I have a strong commitment to gender-sensitive, inclusive development in Cambodia.
Finally, I am feminist, a gender mainstreaming trainer, Title: Looking for new opportunities. The site is a shared collection of risk reduction and response tools (inclusive of IEC), disaster management tools, climate change references, guides, manuals and modules. Some of these items have been in the Southeast Asia Regional Office's archives, and others have recently been collected from all the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in the Southeast Asia Region, from: Brunei Darussalam.
By:Ntombi Mhangwani, Accenture Africa’s Director for Integrated Marketing and Communication, and Women’s Forum Lead Some attempts have been made by the government and NGOs to advocate for more equal rights for women.
Few months ago, President Ramaphosa announced his new cabinet in which half of all ministers are women.From -FOWODE was supported by UN Women’s Fund for Gender Equality to implement gender-responsive budgeting at a local and national level in Uganda.
This involved training women in 16 local communities to form Village Budget Clubs to ensure that women are actively involved in budget allocation and decisions at the local level.Mainstreaming gender in the UK forest sector: livelihoods and equality of access to forest benefits Bianca Ambrose-Oji Part C: Forests and gender in the international and global arenas Developing national strategies on gender and climate change: the role of forest issues Lorena Aguilar, Daniel Shaw and François Rogers.