The Compendium is intended as a companion to the 2015 Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Guidelines for Integrating Gender-Based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action and its companion resource, the GBV Pocket Guide. The guidance was developed through the efforts of 15 organizations who contributed expertise in the inception, design and review of the document. The process was led and funded through support of CARE USA on behalf the CVA and GBV advisory group of the GBV Guidelines Reference Group.
The handbook is based on and complements existing global and country-specific handbooks and training materials for law enforcement. It covers in depth areas such as: gender-responsive police investigations; prevention; intersectionality; survivor-centred approaches; promoting positive masculinities; coordination; institution-building; and emerging issues such as online and ICT-facilitated violence against women and girls. The handbook also includes guidance on responding to violence against women and girls during crises, including pandemics.
The Monitoring and Evaluation Guidelines serves as a tool for NAMPOL, as the lead agency for auditing and to assess effectiveness of GBV services at GBVPU. It also provides guidelines and benchmarks to use to measure the effectiveness of the GBV services provided and provide the tools to needed do so.
Administrative data is crucial to better understand violence against women (VAW) and to inform prevention and responses to VAW. This publication identifies eight steps for improving the collection and use of VAW administrative data and makes recommendations for data producers and policymakers.
This manual and the associated practitioner toolkit form a comprehensive package to support researchers and members of the humanitarian community in conducting ethical and technically sound research, monitoring and/or evaluation (RME) on gender-based violence (GBV) within refugee and conflict-affected populations.
GENPAR, or the Gender in Infectious Disease Epidemic Preparedness And Response Toolkit, is a set of benchmarks and tools to integrate gender into select core capacities of the International Health Regulations (IHR) 2005. GENPAR provides a set of actions (WHAT to do) as well as a range of tools (HOW to do it) to achieve each benchmark in integrating gender into the preparedness and response capacities covered by the toolkit. Using GENPAR, gender can be integrated into selected capacities step-by-step.
The Compendium of Gender Scales contains scales used to assess gender-related attitudes and beliefs. Scales selectedfor the compendium have all been tested for their ability to measure gender attitudes and predict behaviors of interest, such as gender-based violence and partner reduction. Scales selected for the compendium have all been tested for their ability to measure gender attitudes and predict behaviors of interest, such as gender-based violence and partner reduction.
This guide is primarily geared for project developers, managers and implementation staff. It provides information, tips and tools that can help conduct and apply the findings of gender analyses.This guide offers several distinct and coordinated sections, including: A gender analysis overview; IUCN’s recommended core domains of a gender analysis; A dedicated section on GBV considerations in gender analyses; and Templates for many common actions (e.g. recruiting a gender expert, developing an action plan,) with many more recommended guidance tools and resources embedded throughout.
This document provides concrete guidance for organizations on how to comprehensively and explicitly integrate gender in their M&E system. It describes how to make each component of a functioning M&E system gender-sensitive and provides guidance on how to assess the organization’s M&E system to ensure that gender is fully integrated throughout the system for appropriate collection, compilation, analysis, reporting, dissemination, and use of gender data for decision making.
This toolkit is designed to provide practical guidance to OCHA staff to effectively integrate gender into their day-to-day activities.The toolkit comprises two sections. Section one covers the basics of gender equality programming in humanitarian action. Section two provides practical information on mainstreaming gender in core functions of work.