The need for reliable systems: gendered work in Oxfam’s Uganda programme
This paper looks at a Gender Review conducted for Oxfam GB of their programme in Uganda. The Review found that the programme lacked a coherent strategy and gender work was invariably considered an add-on rather than an integrated part of development planning. They advocate developing a strategy for social change, including monitoring and evaluation mechanisms, and provision for capacity-building among staff and with local women’s organisations. This article also appears in the Development in Practice Reader Development and Management.
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