The USAID ASSIST Project integrates gender considerations in quality improvement in order to improve outcomes for all — women and men, girls and boys. This video explains a critical part of gender integration in detail: collecting and analyzing sex-disaggregated data.
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The USAID ASSIST Project integrates gender considerations in quality improvement in order to improve outcomes for all — women and men, girls and boys. ASSIST partner WI-HER, LLC developed an innovative and effective six-step approach to help ASSIST teams integrate [...]
The USAID ASSIST Project recognizes that integrating gender into all project activities has the potential to improve outcomes for women and men, boys and girls. ASSIST partner WI-HER, LLC developed an innovative and effective six-step approach to help ASSIST teams [...]
This guide incorporates the USAID ASSIST Project's learning and experience with gender integration in improvement over the last five years. It explains gender and gender integration, details how to integrate gender in improvement activities, encourages additional areas for consideration, provides [...]
Gender integration rests on the understanding that achieving sustained and equitable outcomes in health and other development outcomes requires a gender-sensitive approach throughout the program cycle. In this video, Dr. Taroub Harb Faramand of WI-HER, LLC explains how addressing gender [...]
By Dan Ward Rule of law problems are a major field for international development work. In practice, this means addressing discrepancies between legal protections for vulnerable groups, and lack of “on-the-ground” enforcement of these protections. While rule of law issues certainly [...]
By Hania Bekdash, WI-HER Graduate Research Intern and PhD student at Kennesaw State University Shortly over a decade ago, at the peak of crude oil prices of $145 per barrel, Saudi Arabia’s formal female labor participation rate, as defined by [...]
By Hania Bekdash, Graduate Research Intern, WI-HER, LLC and PhD student at Kennesaw State University Since Tunisia uniquely stood at the forefront for women’s rights and education in the Arab world prior to its 2011 revolution, much discussion on progress [...]
By: Taroub Harb Faramand, President of WI-HER, LLC and Senior Gender Technical Advisor on the USAID ASSIST Project Nothing gives me more pleasure than talking to my colleagues in the field and knowing that the health workers we trained are [...]
By Erin Taylor on February 3, 2017 Focus Group Discussion with men and women in Malawi Currently, approximately 9% of Malawians have access to electricity. Electricity is vital to the development of a nation’s economy as well [...]