The purpose of this paper is to define the characteristics of women’s activities, and that of gender hierarchy within community, and to consider strategies for gender-balanced community. Click here for the article.
The importance of mainstreaming gender in any country’s development initiatives and the need to monitor and evaluate the progress of the mechanism is premised on the alarming global gender disparities in social and economic opportunities, property and rights. On several occasions, the Government of Rwanda (GoR) has, through its stands and actions, demonstrated its commitment … Continue reading Equality when it comes to gender in social, property and rights in Rwanda
'Gender mainstreaming' can be defined as the process of incorporating gender equality issues into every stage of the development, implementation and evaluation of mainstream policies. The Irish government has adopted gender mainstreaming as a strategy to promote equal opportunities between women and men in the National Development Plan 2000-2006. Click here for full article
Abstract: "This article examines how Indigenous women who receive intercultural healthcare programs manage to develop cooperation networks, get involved in community affairs and improve their reproductive healthcare. It concentrates on the case of the Bolivian intercultural health program 'EXTENSA' and analyzes how this program is successful at activating greater community participation in health prevention and … Continue reading Facilitating indigenous women’s community participation in healthcare: a critical review from the social capital theory – L. Aizenberg