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Assessing the gender impact of development projects case studies from Bolivia, Burkina Faso, and India

Author: Vera Gianotten. Verona Groverman, Edith Van Waslum, Lida Zuidberg
Type: Book
Date: 1994
Keywords: Economic actors;
Location in CRTDA: The Machreq/Maghreb Gender Linking and Information Project (MACMAG GLIP) Library
Gender impact assessment is a way to estimate the expected impact of an intervention, such as a development project, on women; and to what extent the specific interests and needs of various categories of women will be affected. Such assessment provides information relevant to project planning and should preferably take place before a project begins. The book presents 3 case studies in which this method was used.

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