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Gender-equality programming - the information gap

Gender-equality programming is key to ensuring that the distinct needs and concerns of women, girls, boys and men are identified, prioritized and met. The integration of gender into the programme cycle is a critical step. This is enabled by the collection, analysis and use of sex- and age- disaggregated data and information that informs a gender- and vulnerability-analysis. There is, however, a gap between information collection, analysis and use despite the development of frameworks. The IASC Gender Marker is a practical tool that aims to enable analysis and good programming.

Related Subject(s): Human Rights and Refugees
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