Assessing the gender impact of development projects : case studies from Bolivia, Burkina Faso and India

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    • Gianotten, Vera

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Assessing the gender impact of development projects : case studies from Bolivia, Burkina Faso and India

Vera Gianotten ... [et al.]

Intermediate Technology, 1994

  • Royal Tropical Institute

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Gender impact assessment is a way to estimate the expected impact of an intervention, such as a development project, on women, and to what extent the specific interests and needs of various categories of women will be affected. Such assessment provides information relevant to project planning, and should preferably take place before a project begins. This book presents three case studies from Burkina Faso, India and Bolivia in which this method was used, plus an introduction to the methodology, conclusions regarding its use, and the lessons to be learned from the studies.

目次

  • Abbreviations 6
  • Acknowledgements 7
  • Preface 9
  • Introduction 11
  • 1 Methodology 17
  • 2 Bolivia 25
  • Female peasants as economic actors
  • Vera Gianotten
  • 3 Burkina Faso 49
  • Integrated rural development: for whom and with whom? Lida Zuidberg
  • 4 India 71
  • Women may lose or gain: expected impact of irrigation projects
  • Verona Groverman and Edith van Walsum
  • 5 Conclusions 95
  • About the authors

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