The Gender-Transformative Framework for Nutrition is a Canadian-led, evidence-based conceptual model that expands the potential of nutrition programs to tackle gender inequalities. The Framework leverages existing literature and theoretical frameworks by applying systems thinking to critically examine the multi-sectoral drivers of malnutrition, while placing empowerment and gender equality at its centre.
This toolkit is designed to provide guidance and tools to support staff in integrating GESI perspectives in all stages of project Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (DME). The goal is to enhance the effectiveness, impact and sustainability of work from a GESI perspective. The toolkit includes practical guidance to help staff align relief and development programming with international GESI integration standards and best practices. The toolkit is based on a review of existing DME tools and approaches.