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Gender, HIV/AIDS and

Hygiene Group

Annual plan of 2009-2010

Outcome 1000

Output 1600


  • Key Lessons learned

  • Challenges faced

  • opportunities

  • Potential Implementation strategies

  • Expected Challenges

Lessons learned
lessons learned

  • 1. Incorporating gender issues in project components at Project and PI level

    - working manuals and training materials

    - Annual plans and performance report

    - Capacity building activities(training, experience sharing tours, farmers field days etc)

2. Awareness created at HHWH FFG members level

  • Practising gender division of labour in their own family

  • Their commitment to alleviate problems related to HIV/AIDS (taking care of thier family health)

  • Females start to participate in family decision issues

3. Knowledge transfer

  • Transfer their knowledge and skills gain from training and experience sharing to their neighbours and kebele communitiesby using community conversation and Peer discussion at church and Idir (Goncha, Delanta, Menz)

4.Capacity development

  • Woreda levelPartner institutions can prepare their own training plan and deliver training on gender and HIV/AIDS issues to experts and farmers

  • Females participation in capacity building activities

5. SWHISA Support

  • The follow up effort to increase women’s participation

  • Financial support for training


  • Less attention in partner institutions to implement gender mainstreaming in project activities

  • Landlessness of women at irrigation schemes

  • Selection criteria for HHWHs

  • Less participation of WAB

  • Knowledge Gap on how to mainstream gender and HIV/AIDS

Challenges cont
Challenges Cont…

  • Work load on gender focal persons of PI

  • Trained staff turn over at partner institutions level (TDT)

  • Less awareness on Gender and HIV/AIDS at modern and traditional irrigation members

  • Woreda budget constraints to replicate good lessons


  • The existence of gender and HIV/AIDS mainstreaming ToT trainees at regional and woreda level PIs

  • The effort of SWHISA staffs in preparing gender sensitive planning and working guides

Opportunities cont
Opportunities Cont…

  • SWHISA support for gender and HIV/AIDS work

  • The experience sharing tour of farmers to Awra Amba community

Potential implementation strategies
Potential implementation strategies

  • Distribute Gender and HIV/AIDs mainstreaming guide and gender analysis tool to Regional and Woreda partner institutions

  • Assist PI and SWHISA staffs to implement these working manuals in their responsible activities

  • Assign budget for gender and HIV/AIDS works by PIs

Potential implementation strategies1
Potential implementation strategies

  • Create concrete integration to other SWHISA working groups

  • Institutionalizing good lessons and replicate it

  • Enhance gender analysis and identify gaps at PIs

  • Promote community conversation and experience sharing on gender and HIV/AIDS activities at community level

Key partner institutions
Key partner institutions

Regional and woreda level partner institutions

  • Regional and Woreda Women affairs offices

  • Woreda and Kebele level Women associations

  • The newly formed kebele level gender activist group

Methods to collect performance indicators
Methods to collect performance indicators

  • Quarterly, biannual and annual reports

  • Collect information by preparing checklists and questioners if necessary

  • Conduct Discussion to PIs if necessary

Swhisa coordination
SWHISA Coordination

  • Distribute and assist PIs to implement GM guide, gender analysis tools and training modules

  • Develop monitoring indicators

Expected challenges
Expected challenges

  • Trained staff turnover at PIs

  • Luck of ownership

  • Budget constraint

  • Luck of Transport for woreda WAO

  • Un expected workload for PI experts