SADC Gender Protocol Barometer Baseline Study – Madagascar

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The SADC Gender Protocol Barometer, through a matrix of indicators, maps out the current state regarding various social, political and economic markers. This Barometer is intended to strengthen the monitoring and evaluation component of the Gender Protocol.

SADC Gender Protocol Barometer Baseline Study – Madagascar

 

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The SADC Gender Protocol Barometer, through a matrix of indicators, maps out the current state regarding various social, political and economic markers. This Barometer is intended to strengthen the monitoring and evaluation component of the Gender Protocol. Its objectives are (i) to collect baseline data on the key provisions of the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development; (ii) to use this accurate and updated baseline data to develop lobbying and advocacy tools targeting national governments and regional bodies to deliver on the Protocol commitments; (iii) and to use this research data to enable civil society to track the progress made by SADC Member states towards achieving the set targets in the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development. The present baseline study was conducted in Madagascar in June-July 2009 as done in the other 14 countries signatory of the SADC Gender Protocol.

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Publisher: Gender Links
Year: 2009

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By: Ravaozanany Noroarisoa
2009

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