Understanding Gender in Community Based Adaptation: Practitioner Brief 3

This practitioner's brief unpacks the why, where and how gender analysis fits into the community-based adaptation (CBA) process, providing a rationale for its importance and pointing to key resources such as more comprehensive gender analysis tools. The outline and scope integrating gender is simplified into three entry points; a standalone gender analysis, integrating gender into participatory climate vulnerability analysis, and integrating gender into adaptive management, reflection, monitoring and evaluation. In four steps, the process of a gender analysis is explained with practical considerations to ensure an appropriate approach within the cultural context of the user and clear examples such as sample guiding questions and tables for organizing and presenting analysis findings. These steps are identifying the purpose and questions, choosing the tools, collecting the information, and an analysis of strategic gender issues to inform the CBA process. This brief will be of value for project or program teams, local and national government staff, and civil society practitioners across a wide range of programmes and sectors.

Region: Sub-Saharan Africa, Global
Sectors and Topics: Agriculture, Disaster Risk Reduction, Gender, Rural
Scale: Sub-national, Project-Level
Expertise Level: Generalist, Practitioner
Resource Type: Guidance and Frameworks
Cost: No
Languages: English, French
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