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GENDER TRAINING MODULE DEVELOPED BY MINISTRY OF GENDER AND FAMILY PROMOTION MARCH 2011
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TABLE OF CONTENTS LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS ............................... 3 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ............................................................. 4 INTRODUCTION ..................................................................... 5 BACKGROUND ....................................................................... 6 GLOSSARY OF GENDER TERMS ............................................... 8 PART 1: GENERAL INTRODUCTION ......................................... 12 Activity 1.1 Why a Gender Training? ................................................................ 13 Activity 1.2: Welcome and Introductions ....................................................... 14 Activity 1.3: Training Goals and Expectation ................................................ 15 Activity 1.4: Setting ground rules ..................................................................... 16 Activity 1.5: Concluding Exercise ...................................................................... 19 PART 2: UNDERSTANDING GENDER ........................................ 20 Session 2.1: Definition and difference between gender and sex ......... 21 Session 2.2: Social construction of gender .................................................. 24 Session 2.3: Gender roles and stereotypes .................................................. 27 PART 3: GENDER FROM A DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVE .......... 33 Session 3.1 Gender from a development perspective .............................. 34 Session 3.2: Women in development vs. gender approach .................... 37 Session 3.3: Identifying practical needs and strategic interests .......... 44 PART 4: FRAMEWORKS FOR GENDER ANALYSIS AND PLANNING .......................................................................................... 46 Session 4.1 Introduction to conceptual frameworks of gender analysis ....................................................................................................................................... 47 4.1.1 Harvard Analytical Framework ............................................................ 47 4.1.2 The moser Framework ........................................................................... 50 4.1.3 The women’s Empowerment Framework ....................................... 52 4.1.4 Gender Analysis Matrix .......................................................................... 55 PART 5: GENDER IN RWANDAN CONTEXT ............................... 61 Session 5.1 Understanding gender in the Rwandan context ................. 62 PART 6: GENDER MAINSTREAMING ........................................ 73 Session 6.1 Understanding gender mainstreaming ................................... 74 7.1 Concluding and Closure ................................................................................ 81 7.2: Evaluation of the workshop and follow up ............................................ 82 7.3: List of references ........................................................................................... 83 7.4: Sample agenda ............................................................................................... 84 7.5: Gender trainers guide .................................................................................. 85 7.6: Step-by-step guide to initiate gender clubs in schools .................... 87 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS AIDS………………….Acquired Immune Deficiency syndrome CEDAW…………Convention on Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women CPC ………………………………………..Child Protection committees 2
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DHS…………………………………………..Demographic and Health Survey EDPRS……………………………………...Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy EFA……………………………………… ...... Education for All E.g.……………………………………………For Example E.t.c. …………………………………………Etcetera GAD……………………………………… .... Gender and Development GAM…………………………………………Gender Analysis Matrix GEEF…………………………………………Gender Equality and Empowerment Framework GBV……………………………………… .... Gender Based Violence HIV……………………………………………Human Immune Virus ICCPR…………………………………….International Covenant on Civil and Political rights MIGEPROF………………………………Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion NGO………………………………………….Non Governmental Organization NMW…………………………………………National Machineries for Women PGN………………………………… .......... Practical Gender Needs SGBV……………………………………….. Sexual and gender Based Violence SGN…………………………………………. Strategic Gender Needs
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