Geneva: WHO, 2016. 111 p.
The tool is structured into four modules. Each module offers practical and concrete aids, such as checklists, examples and tables. Module 1 adapts the public health questions approach to M&E to provide users with a logical framework for monitoring and evaluating the impact of gender inequality on HIV and SRH outcomes and programme responses. Module 2 guides users in selecting indicators that help answer questions about gender inequality and HIV or SRH. Module 3 helps users to conduct gender analysis and interpret data gathered using gender sensitive indicators. Module 4 provides practical suggestions to assess and integrate gender sensitivity into the components of a national M&E system. In order to ask the right questions, select appropriate indicators, and analyse and interpret data. M&E systems themselves must be gender-sensitive.
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