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Gender and Monitoring & Evaluation

Gender and Monitoring & Evaluation

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Government officials from the Asia-Pacific CoP on Managing for Development Results in Malaysia agreed to institutionalize gender-responsive budgeting as part of the shift to outcome-based budgeting. About 40 senior officials from nine ministries, academe, and development partners discussed strategies for mainstreaming gender-responsive budgeting. Samantha Hung, gender specialist at ADB, was one of the presenters.
Government officials from the Asia-Pacific CoP on Managing for Development Results in Malaysia agreed to institutionalize gender-responsive budgeting as part of the shift to outcome-based budgeting. About 40 senior officials from nine ministries, academe, and development partners discussed strategies for mainstreaming gender-responsive budgeting. Samantha Hung, gender specialist at ADB, was one of the presenters.

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Gender and Monitoring & 
Evaluation
Samantha Hung
Senior Social DevelopmentSpecialist (Gender andDevelopment)
The views expressed in this presentation are the views of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Asian Development Bank ADB), or its Board of Governors, or the governments they represent. ADB does not guarantee the accuracy of the data included in this paper and accepts noresponsibility for any consequence of their use. The countries listed in this paper do not imply any view on ADB's part as to sovereignty or independent status or necessarily conform to ADB's terminology
 
 
Outline of Presentation
Importance of gender M&E?
Gender statistics cycle
Knowledge gaps
Using gender data to inform policy
Challenges
Linking to international initiatives
 
“Nowadays women
have the same
opportunities asmen. So where is
the problem?”
 
“All our data are sex
-disaggregated
anyway. What’s the
 
problem?”“Business
statistics havenothing to do with
gender 
.”
 
“There is no
issue.
 
“Gender statistics is
not a statistical field,
what is special about
it?”
 
 
“The role of women is not
an issue in our country.We have resourceconstraints and we needto concentrate on other 
areas.”
 
“We do not want to
overburden the
respondents.”

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