Gender and Inclusive Development

USAID Honduras GBV Study Report Cover showing a data collector interviewing a Honduran woman

The Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Analysis for USAID/Honduras was conducted between August and December 2015 by a four-person technical team. Specific objectives of the GBV Analysis included:

Lebanese woman processing grains

EnCompass is engaged under the Performance Management and Support Program for Lebanon II (PMSPL II) to integrate gender into design, planning, implementation, and evaluation of USAID/Lebanon activities. EnCompass provides gender reviews of evaluation plans and tools for mission programs and implementing partner projects. To complement USAID Lebanon’s strategic direction and inform program development, EnCompass also conducts gender analyses in sectors where USAID/Lebanon works.

Cover page of the comprehensive review of Community schools in Zambia showing the title, table of contents, and first page of text

While a number of studies have examined community schools in Zambia, there has not been a comprehensive overview since 2006. Many of these studies focus on a narrow topic within the field of community schools, or have small sample sizes that impede the ability to generalize broadly. Consequently, there is a need to synthesize findings across studies and data sources in order to present an accurate “big picture” and summarize the most important factors that will have bearing on current and future community school initiatives.

USAID GEFE Implementation Report: Annexes Cover

In March 2012, USAID issued an updated, expanded Gender Equality and Female Empowerment (GE/FE) Policy designed “to improve the lives of citizens around the world by advancing equality between females and males, and empowering women and girls to participate fully in and benefit from the development of their societies.” 

USAID GEFE Implementation Report Cover

In March 2012, USAID issued an updated, expanded Gender Equality and Female Empowerment (GE/FE) Policy designed “to improve the lives of citizens around the world by advancing equality between females and males, and empowering women and girls to participate fully in and benefit from the development of their societies.” 

Panelists prepare for discussion at the PEPFAR GBVI event

This post was originally published on The Pump.

Group of women

Through the ADVANTAGE IDIQ, EnCompass was engaged by USAID to design a course on how to integrate GBV prevention into USAID programming activities. The course, Integrating Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Response across Sectors, is a blended program that engages participants at intervals over a 4-month period. The training includes virtual and face-to-face components, as well as practicum activities and a mentoring program.

Group of African women

EnCompass works with USAID’s Office of Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment (GenDev) to update, deliver, and evaluate a blended learning program comprised of four courses for USAID/Washington and Mission staff worldwide:

Group of Afghan women

As part of the program to monitor USAID activities in northern Afghanistan, EnCompass is subcontracting to MSI to provide technical assistance on gender sensitive monitoring and verification tools as well as designing and delivering training to local partners on the USAID gender policy requirements. EnCompass conducted an analysis of implementing partners’ knowledge of USAID policy and conducted a training for staff and data collectors to prepare for gender sensitive monitoring and verification processes.   

Women working in factory

Under the ADVANTAGE IDIQ, EnCompass is providing training and technical support to help integrate USAID gender policy into programs and into all elements of the program cycle for the USAID Missions in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

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