In this policy brief you will find information on what gender analysis is, why it matters, who should conduct it, when it should be done, and how to carry it out.

It examines differences among genders in needs, roles, access to resources and power, priorities, and involvement in societal structures. This article gives guidance on using sex-disaggregated data, understanding gender relations and norms, assessing potential impacts of policies/programs, and developing responsive strategies that promote gender equality and women’s/girls’ empowerment. 

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