Standard Operating Procedure for Integrating Gender in Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research

Standard Operating Procedure for Integrating Gender in Monitoring
Standard Operating Procedure for Integrating Gender in Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research


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Standard Operating Procedure for Integrating Gender in Monitoring
Abstract: Gender-related issues permeate culture and its institutions, often leading to health inequities for everyone. Gender inequalities affect health outcomes and program implementation, and ultimately the success of programs. Public health information systems must identify sex-specific trends and provide information needed to eliminate inequities, but gender integration in monitoring, evaluation, and research goes beyond just sex-disaggregated data. The purpose of this standard operating procedure (SOP) is to clearly identify ways to account for gender equality as part of monitoring, evaluation and research activities from planning and budgeting to implementation and dissemination.

Shortname: fs-17-247b

Author(s): MEASURE Evaluation

Year: 2018

Language: English

Filed under: Gender