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This paper investigates the role of gender in remittance behavior among migrants using data drawn from the 2004 Vietnam Migration Survey.
This report provides an overview of gender issues in areas relevant to ADB operations in Maldives. It explores progress in gender equality and persisting barriers to women's full contribution to development goals and how ADB operations under the Country Partnership Strategy 2008-2012 can contribute.
This memorandum outlines the activities of the Gender and Development Cooperation Fund for the period covering January 2006 - June 2007.
The Gender, Law, and Policy (GLP) Tool Kit helps analyze GLP issues in proposed ADB projects. It is particularly useful in designing program and sector development loans, where law and policy reforms play an especially prominent role.
The Viet Nam Country Gender Assessment, a joint publication by the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, UK Department for International Development and Canadian International Development Agency, provides the gender situation analysis and insights in some emerging issues faced by women in Viet Nam.
This gender assessment is undertaken to ascertain the current situation with regard to gender and development in the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
This report (i) reviews general trends and prospects related to gender equality in Asia and the Pacific; (ii) discusses key elements of the GAD policy and relevant changes in ADB’s strategic framework and structure; (iii) reviews ADB’s implementation experience in key areas of the GAD policy, and the contribution of various institutional mechanisms to results; (iv) provides an overall assessment of ADB’s performance in gender mainstreaming, and draws lessons from the experiences of other development institutions; and (v) outlines steps for improving the scope and quality of ADB’s gender-related work and mechanisms for monitoring progress.
As part of the implementation review of its Policy on Gender and Development, ADB conducted rapid gender assessments of 12 projects under implementation in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Nepal and Pakistan to determine whether the inclusion of gender action plans (GAPs) in project design improve results for women.
This report is a synthesis of country gender assessments (CGAs) prepared under a regional technical assistance project covering four Central Asian Republics - Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Tajikistan.
This report, in seven chapters, examines the current situation of women in Indonesia. It identifies major gender gaps and issues in socioeconomic and human development.