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Title: UNDP-GEF Community-Based Adaptation Programme


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UNDP-GEF Community-Based Adaptation Programme
Tools Tips to foster Gender Mainstreaming
Inclusion in CBA projects
Anne-France WITTMANN CBA-Morocco Programme
Manager (UNV)
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UNDP-GEF CBA Programme
  • 10 pilot countries
  • 5 years - 2008-2012
  • SGP mechanism - grants up to 50K
  • UNV support at country and global levels
  • 55 community-driven projects
  • Lessons and best practices for national and
    global stakeholders

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GENDER MAINSTREAMINGstragegy of making womens
mens concerns experiences an integral
dimension of a project
INCLUSION process of reaching out to supporting
full participation of all community groups,
including the most marginalized
Essential for effective, equitable and long-term
adaptation
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HOW ? TO TAKE AN INCLUSIVE GENDER-SENSITIVE
APPROACH TO PLANNING, IMPLEMENTING, MONITORING
EVALUATING CBA PROJECTS

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GENDER ANALYSIS A tool for gender mainstreaming
Identify the differences Analyze gender roles,
activities, assets, needs and available
opportunities for men women APPLIED throughout
the project cycle
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Assessment analysis - Identify the problem
Gather contextual data (social, economical,
cultural, political) disaggregate by sex, age,
social or ethnic group Identify roles
responsibilities access / control over
resources, benefits How are they affected by
climate change ? Understand Power relations
decision-making processes Barriers to inclusive
participation Underlying factors of
inequality Assess specific vulnerabilities,
CAPACITIES ASSETS of men women, related to
climate change Use different data collection
techniques sources - research, observation and
direct consultation of men women (group,
individual)
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Inclusive Participatory Multi-Purpose Project
Tools
  • VULNERABILITY REDUCTION ASSESSMENT (VRA)
  • Assesment, design, ME
  • Participatory workshops / Inclusion through
    separate focus group
  • Gender-specific insight concerns
  • Experience observation of climate change
  • Percieved impacts
  • Perception of future risks vulnerability
  • Challenges assets for adaptation
  • Emergence of adaptation solutions from the group

ALMANARIO (Guatemala) 100 participatory
assessment planning tool, tailored to
marginalized groups needs
  • Accomodate women marginalized groups
    schedule, location, communication means (creative
    activities, participatory videao, mapping)
  • -Communicate explicitely to communities /
    partners that INCLUSIVE participation is required
    valued
  • LEARNING PROCESS / EMPOWERMENT

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Mainstream gender in project design planning
Ensure that the projects objectives, goals,
outcomes, outputs, indicators and baselines are
gender-sensitive Take womens (and other groups)
needs ideas into account / Value their
expertise Mainstream gender in project budget
calendar Plan ME, set targets for womens
participation, develop gender sensitive
indicators Mainstream gender in project
templates, to guide partners / teams
  • How will the project
  • address womens specific needs vulnerabilities
  • benefit men women equally
  • challenge existing inequalities stereotypes
  • contribute to womens empowerment

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Gender-sensitive Monitoring Evaluation
MONITOR GENDER-RELATED INDICATORS -Collect
sex-disagregated data -Monitor womens
participation, including in project
governance -Womens contribution to the project
(knowledge, expertise, work) -Quantitative
qualitative EVALUATE REPORT -Project impacts
on womens mens vulnerability and adaptive
capacities -Changes in perceptions / role
distribution / access control over
resources -Improvements in gender equality
womens empowerment (confidence, expanded
opportunities) -Unintended gender effects
Foster womens active participation in ME
(project committees, reporting) Creative ME
techniques (photo-report, interviews) Mainstream
gender inclusion in TORs for external
evaluators, and encourage gender expertise
DOCUMENT EXPERIENCES PRACTICES GENERATE
GENDER-SENSITIVE KNOWLEDGE
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EMPOWERMENT THROUGH CONCRETE ACTION
During project implementation, facilitate womens
involvment Accomodate PLAN EFFICIENTLY /
Multi-purpose activities Respect cultural
context encourage women to perform their
traditional roles. while ensuring WOMENS EQUAL
MEANINGFUL PARTICIPATION in other roles tasks
involved in the project RECOGNIZE VALUE all
contributions to adaptation
Support access to knowledge capacity
development Support women to take
RESPONSIBILITIES in project activities
governance Community Gender focal
point Identify men women LEADERS / Make them
ADVOCATES of gender inclusion
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VOLUNTEERISM INCLUSION ENGAGED ACTORS
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CONTRIBUTE TO A GENDER-FRIENDLY ORGANIZATIONAL
ENVIRONMENT
MAJOR CHALLENGE for the practitionner SHARED
RESPONSIBILITY COMMITTMENT of CBA partners
  • Aware of deeply-rooted attitudes, beliefs,
    practices / Creativity flexibility
  • Role-model proactively EXPLAIN / DEMONSTRATE
  • Enhance our own capacities those of partners
    (project team, CBOs, local government, extension
    workers) on Gender, rights approaches,
    inclusion Identify leaders advocates, both
    MALE female
  • REASSURE, while emphasizing the NECESSITY of
    gender inclusion, focusing on the valuable input
    contribution of women (WIN-WIN)
  • TIME is critical

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CBA An opportunity for gender mainstreaming ?
Develop a better understanding of differential
vulnerabilities Address them in inovative
ways Introduce flexibility in grassroots
perceptions of gender roles Open new
perspectives SHARE OUR LESSONS KNOWLEDGE,
for inspiration and influence
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www.undp-adaptation.org/project/cba
  • Contact
  • annefrance.wittmann_at_undp.org
  • CBA Morocco Programme Manager
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