Data Analysis: Recommended Resource (Do)

CARE’s Rapid Gender Analysis Toolkit 

CARE’s Rapid Gender Analysis Toolkit provides guidance for humanitarian organizations to quickly understand gender roles and needs within a crisis-affected population. It outlines methodology to gather information on gender issues in the first phases of emergency response operations. This includes assessing how pre-existing inequalities and vulnerabilities may put certain groups at further risk.  Conducting this […]

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Seven Steps to a Gender Analysis 

This seven-step process for conducting gender analysis is part of the Jhpiego Gender Analysis Toolkit for Health Systems. This Toolkit provides public health practitioners globally a set of best practices for gender integration, aiming to advance health and gender equity goals together through systematic analysis grounded in each cultural context.  Key benefits include tailoring design […]

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How to do (or not to do) … gender analysis in health systems research

This article provides guidance for incorporating gender analysis into health systems research (HSR). It emphasizes that gender power relations affect how people interact with and within health systems, shaping needs, experiences, and outcomes. As such, accounting for gender is critical for producing valid and reliable HSR evidence.   The authors outline practical ways to build gender […]

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WHO Health Inequality Data Repository

Explore health inequality monitoring evidence, tools, resources and training here: https://www.who.int/data/inequality-monitor/data

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Inequity Monitoring in Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health: A Step by Step Manual

Monitoring inequalities in sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (SRMNCAH) is an important part of efforts to promote equity. “Inequality Monitoring in Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health: A Step by Step Manual” serves as a practical introductory guide to strengthen and build capacity for quantitative inequality monitoring in SRMNCAH.  Applying […]

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Guidelines for Estimating Completeness for Civil Registration of Vital Events

These Guidelines have been prepared by UN ESCAP in 2022 as part of their Get Everyone in the Picture campaign. This downloadable manual was created to support national statistical offices, Ministries of Health, and other relevant government and non-government agencies to better estimate the completeness of civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) systems, in particular, […]

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