This gender pack profiles the cross-cutting research, funded by the ESRC-DFID Strategic Partnership, that provides clear lessons on gender equality and mainstreaming in international development for practitioners, funders and researchers.
It highights impact from research projects on poverty and education where lessons emerged that can contribute to improving gender equality, reducing marginalisation and empowering women and girls. The collection of resources features research from Ghana, India, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa and Uganda. It highlights the many different opportunities and collaborations that show how a gendered lens can truly help understand the realities of people around the world.
This gender pack is a resource for international development and gender professionals interested in gender equality and development, gender equity and development, gender mainstreaming, gender and research impact, gender and poverty, and the gendered nature of wellbeing.
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