|Publish Year :||2004|
|Thematic Area:||Planning and Budgeting|
|Region:||Americas and the Caribbean|
|Resource Type:||Assessments and Analysis|
This paper discusses a wide range of issues related to the topic of gender budgets, including the concept of engendering budgets in relation to poverty, development, macro and micro level economics, the challenges to integrating gender into policy, as well as good governance among other issues. The paper closes with lessons learned from the gender budgeting experience in Oaxaca, Mexico.