KIPPRA-Wide Research Survey 2018/2019: Gender and Development
There is growing global attention to analyze key development issues through a gender lens since development decisions and practices affect both men and women differently. Major gaps between the two genders is likely to limit effectiveness of development programmes. These differences can be effectively addressed through a critical understanding of relations (social, political, economic) between women and men, girls and boys with a focus on reducing global inequalities.
KIPPRA research survey on gender and development aims at evaluating the economic, social, political and institutional constraints that maintain disparities between genders, and establish the linkages between gender programmes and the overall development agenda, including Big Four Agenda, SDGs, Agenda 2063. The output from this research is intended to inform policy and will also be disseminated in a conference.