Impact of Gender Equality Programming on Humanitarian Outcomes 2012

Reporting Organization:UN Women
Total Budget ($CAD):$ 270,000
Timeframe: March 30, 2012 - December 31, 2014
Status: Completion
Contact Information: Unspecified

Partner & Funder Profiles

Reporting Organization

UN Women

Participating Organizations


Funders (Total Budget Contribution)

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Region - Total Budget Allocation

Sub-Saharan Africa - $ 118,800.00 (44.00%)

South America - $ 28,080.00 (10.40%)

Southeast Asia - $ 27,000.00 (10.00%)

South Asia - $ 22,140.00 (8.20%)

East Asia - $ 19,710.00 (7.30%)

North Africa - $ 16,200.00 (6.00%)

Europe - $ 13,500.00 (5.00%)

Central America - $ 12,420.00 (4.60%)

Central Asia - $ 12,150.00 (4.50%)

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Areas of Focus

Other - Total Budget Allocation

Humanitarian Response (60 %)

Gender Equality (40 %)

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This research study is jointly commissioned by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and UN Women and aims to assess how gender equality programming (GEP) has or has not contributed to improved humanitarian outcomes. Canada’s support to this initiative expects to help refine the Inter-Agency Standing Committee’s (IASC) approach to GEP, inform calls for increased accountability among stakeholders, and contribute to the broader collection of evidence on humanitarian outcomes.

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Target Population

Gender and age: Unspecified
Total Direct Population: Unspecified
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Results & Indicators

Expected Results

Outputs: Collection of qualitative and quantitative data of where gender equality programming has or has not led to improved humanitarian outcomes; development of monitoring matrix against which gender-specific outcomes can be measured; and collection of data, lessons learned and good practice of gender equality programming in humanitarian situations. Immediate outcomes: Improved understanding of how gender equality programming contributes to improved humanitarian outcomes; improved ability of humanitarian actors to monitor and assess gender-sensitive humanitarian outcomes throughout the programme cycle; and improved ability of humanitarian actors to design gender-responsive humanitarian interventions.

Achieved Results



  • None Selected
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Associated Projects (If applicable)

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