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Gender Process Monitoring in RuLip, Cambodia - Second Follow-up

To strengthen the implementation of the Case Based Gender Process Monitoring in RuLiP, Cambodia, Dr. Kyoko did the second follow-up visit to three provinces where RuLiP has implemented the gender monitoring tool. Mr. Ouk Vuthirith, Deputy National Project Coordinator, Project Support Unit, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF PSU) facilitated the travel and meetings for APMAS Principle Investigator Dr. Kyoko Kusakabe, MAFF PSU Staff, Provincial Department of Women’s Affairs (PDoWA) Staff, Commune Extension Workers and other participants.  Read more »

Gender Process Monitoring in RuLip, Cambodia - First Followup

Dr. Kyoko Kusakabe, Principal investigator of APMAS project visited Kartie, Preah Vihar and Ratanakiri provinces of RULIP Project to supervise the gender monitoring and data collection on gender domains under the pilot monitoring scheme ‘case based gender process monitoring’. Mr. Ouk Vuthirith, Deputy National Project Coordinator, Project Support Unit, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF PSU) facilitated the travel and meetings for APMAS Principle Investigator Dr.  Read more »

Gender Consultants needed in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam

 

ToR of the consultant

Job Title:                                Gender Consultant 

Location:                               Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam  Read more »

Gender Monitoring Tools_Case-based

Gender Responsive Budgeting

Gender-Sensitive Monitoring and Evaluation

Gender mainstreaming in Project Design

Basic Concepts of Gender

Gender Training in Da Nang, Vietnam

APMAS-Gender Sensitive Management Project (APMAS-GSM) facilitated a two day Gender Training workshop in Da Nang, Vietnam during 26-27 June 2012.  Read more »

Gender Equitable Development Projects Training

Understanding of gender issues is crucial to the success of development projects. Donor agencies have been stressing the involvement of women in development projects since a long time but somehow it doesn’t happen due to lack of understanding on gender mainstreaming and also due to lack of know-how of integrating gender into project planning and implementation.  Read more »