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Using the Social Relations Approach to Capture Complexity in Women's Empowerment: Using Gender Analysis in the Fish on Farms Project in Cambodia

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Resource type:Research, reports and studies
Language:English
Keywords:Accountability and Participation, Capacity development, Gender, Monitoring
Countries:Cambodia
Agency:Oxfam
Author(s):Hillenbrand, E. et al.
Date published:26 June 2014
Publisher:Gender and Development
Pages:20pp

Gender-analysis frameworks and tools provide a pre-designed methodology which can be used for the purposes of monitoring, evaluation, and learning, as well as for research undertaken for other reasons by planners, practitioners, and academic researchers. This article focuses on the use of Naila Kabeer’s concept, the Social Relations Approach, to frame a baseline gender analysis of a food security project undertaken in Cambodia.

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