Gender Responsive Budgeting in Practice: A Training Manual

Publish Year : 2006
Publisher : UNIFEM and UNFPA
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Description :

This training manual on gender responsive budgeting (GRB) is intended to build the capacity of staff in applying gender budget analysis tools in their programming around gender equality and women’s rights, it will also assist them in supporting gender budget initiatives wherever they exist. The manual specifically seeks to build understanding of GRB as a tool for promoting gender equity, accountability to women’s rights as well as efficiency and transparency in budget policies and processes. The training manual adds value to the wealth of training resources on GRB firstly through a focus on the applicability of gender responsive budgeting to reproductive health and secondly through a presentation of sector-specific examples and case studies dealing with maternal health, gender and HIV/AIDS, and violence against women.

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