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Gender Equality Results in ADB Projects

  • 1 Nov 2010

    Gender Equality Results in ADB Projects: Sri Lanka Country Report

    Rapid gender assessments of 12 projects in four countries were undertaken as part of the Asian Development Bank's commitment to improving aid effectiveness. The assessment of three loans in Sri Lanka found that positive gender equality results were achieved due to the implementation of gender action plans and provisions. Gender action plans were effective tools for ensuring that both women and men participated in and benefited from projects. Gender equality results and gender action plans contributed directly to achieving loan outcomes and improved project effectiveness.
  • 1 Nov 2010

    Gender Equality Results in ADB Projects: Regional Synthesis of Rapid Gender Assessments in Indonesia, Mongolia, Sri Lanka, and Viet Nam

    Rapid gender assessments of 12 projects in four countries were undertaken as part of the Asian Development Bank's commitment to improving aid effectiveness. The assessment of loans in Indonesia, Mongolia, Sri Lanka, and Viet Nam found that positive gender equality results were achieved due to the implementation of gender action plans and provisions. Gender action plans were effective tools for ensuring that both women and men participated in and benefited from projects.
  • 1 Sep 2010

    Gender Equality Results in ADB Projects: Viet Nam Country Report

    Rapid gender assessments of 12 projects in four countries were undertaken as part of the Asian Development Bank's commitment to improving aid effectiveness. The assessment of three loans in Viet Nam found that positive gender equality results were achieved due to the implementation of gender action plans. Gender action plans were effective tools for ensuring that both women and men participated in and benefited from projects. Gender equality results and gender action plans contributed directly to achieving loan outcomes and improved project effectiveness.
  • 1 Sep 2010

    Gender Equality Results in ADB Projects: Mongolia Country Report

    Rapid gender assessments of 12 projects in four countries were undertaken as part of the Asian Development Bank's commitment to improving aid effectiveness. The assessment of three loans in Mongolia found that positive gender equality results were achieved due to the implementation of a gender action plan in one project and a gender mainstreaming approach in another.
  • 1 Sep 2010

    Gender Equality Results in ADB Projects: Indonesia Country Report

    Rapid gender assessments of 12 projects in four countries were undertaken as part of the Asian Development Bank's commitment to improving aid effectiveness. The assessment of three loans in Indonesia found that positive gender equality results were achieved due to the implementation of gender action plans and provisions. Gender action plans were effective tools for ensuring that both women and men participated in and benefited from projects. Gender equality results and gender action plans contributed directly to achieving loan outcomes and improved project effectiveness.
  • 1 Sep 2007

    Gender Action Plans and Gender Equality Results: Rapid Gender Assessments of ADB Projects (Synthesis Report)

    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 summarizes the main findings, lessons and recommendations from the four country studies. The assessments concluded that project gender action plans are an effective tool for gender mainstreaming.
  • 1 Feb 2006

    Gender Equality Results in ADB Projects: Cambodia Country Report

    The Cambodia Country Report discusses the gender equality results achieved for three projects in Cambodia - the Northwestern Rural Development Project (approved November 2001 for $27.2 million), the Health Sector Support Project (approved 21 November 2002 for $20 million), and the Commune Council Development Project (approved December 2002 for $10 million); summarizes factors that enhanced the quality of project design and implementation; and provides recommendations to maximize gender equity as a driver of change.
  • 1 Sep 2005

    Gender Equality Results in ADB Projects: Pakistan Country Report

    The Pakistan Country Report discusses the gender equality results achieved for three projects in Pakistan - the Malakand Rural Development Project (approved approved on March 18, 1999), the Women's Health Project (approved on February 1999), and the Decentralization Support Program (approved on 21 November 2002); summarizes factors that enhanced the quality of project design and implementation; and provides recommendations to maximize gender equity as a driver of change.
  • 1 May 2005

    Gender Equality Results in ADB Projects: Bangladesh Country Report

    The Bangladesh Country Report discusses the gender equality results achieved for three projects in Bangladesh - the Third Rural Infrastructure Development Project (approved in November 1997), the Northwest Crop Development Project (approved in October 2000), and the Secondary Education Sector Improvement Project (approved in May 1999); summarizes factors that enhanced the quality of project design and implementation; and provides recommendations to maximize gender equity as a driver of change.
  • 1 Apr 2005

    Gender Equality Results in ADB Projects: Nepal Country Report

    The Nepal Country Report discusses the gender equality results achieved for three projects in Nepal - the Third Livestock Development Project (approved September 1996 for $18.3 million), the Governance Reform Program (approved November 2001 for $30 million), and the Teacher Education Project (approved September 2001 for $25.9 million); summarizes factors that enhanced the quality of project design and implementation; and provides recommendations to maximize gender equity as a driver of change.