Systematization of the project, "Gender Equity: Citizenship, Labor and Family and Fundar". The assessment was carried out in conjunction with the Ministry of Health, as part of a reflection process for introducing a gender perspective into the planning and budgeting of the health sector in Mexico.
This training module aims to introduce concepts of GRB to Moroccan civil society organizations and identify the role that they can play in support of gender responsive budgeting in the country.
This is an extensive summary of a report published in Swedish in December 2006, which was produced and written mainly by Elis Envall, Senior Advisor and Annika Eriksson, PhD at the National Board of Health and Welfare, Sweden.
The following report, published by The Nordic Council of Ministers, is part of a Nordic cooperation project that strives to contribute to the integration of a gender and equality perspective into Nordic financial policy.
Background paper prepared in May 2007 for the Commonwealth Secretariat by Dr Robert Carr, Caribbean Centre of Communication for Development, University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica Commonwealth Secretariat.
This document, represents the gender analysis that was conducted on Tanzania's 2003-2004 National Budget.
This resource pack authored by Debbie Budlender provides relevant knowledge to facilitate mainstreaming gender-responsive approaches into reproductive health programmes, and the inclusion of specific aspects of gender inequality and disadvantage into national policy frameworks.
This advocacy brief published in 2010 by UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education was written by Reina Ichii.

Transport is one of the most important aspects of national infrastructure and a key to gender equality. Women’s opportunities to access paid work are reduced when there is poor investment in gender