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  1. Gender Analysis ■ What is Gender Analysis ■ Why gender Analysis ■ Gender Analysis Source: Applied research and gender issues in GMS by Dr. Kyoko Kusakabe, AIT 1

  2. What is Gender Analysis ? ■ “Seeing what our eyes have been trained not to see” ■ Dealing with same issue, but asking different questions. 2

  3. What is Gender Analysis ? ■ Method used to understand elationships between women and men. ■ Provides information on the different conditions that women and men face and the different effects that policies and programs may have on them. ■ Gender and its relationship with race, ethnicity, culture, class, age disability, etc. 3

  4. Why Gender Analysis? ■To understand why a situation has developed the way it has. ■ To understand the intersection between gender, age, class, ethnicity, race, etc. ■ To inform and improve policies and programs and to ensure that different needs of women and men are met. To explore assumptions, potential benefit. 4

  5. Gender Analysis Gender Relations ■ An Activity Profile Who does what (division labor) ■ An Access and Control Profile Who has what (access to resources) ■ The Influencing Factors How things are done (rules, process of decision making) ■ What is the implication for women and men’s well-being and life choices? ■ Who gets to be included/excluded? ■ Why and how are these partners exist and maintained? (factors and trends) 5

  6. An Activity Profile Who does what?: Division of Labor ■Who does what ■ By age and gender ■ When ( seasonality, regularity) ■ How long ■ Activities locus ( where) 6

  7. Division of Labor ■ Productive work ■ Reproductive work ■ Community work 7

  8. Productive Work ■ Comprises work done for payment in cash or kind ■ Include both market production with an exchange value, and subsistence/home production with an actual use-value, but also a potential exchange value. ■ For women in agricultural production, this includes work as independent farmers, peasants’ wives, and wage workers. 8

  9. Reproductive Work ■ Childbearing/ rearing responsibilities and domestic tasks. ■ Often invisible and unvalued. ■ Women more often have dual roles. 9

  10. Community managing and community politics work ■ Community politics - Community level organizing at the formal political level. - Usually paid work ■ Community managing - Work undertaken at the community level, around the allocation, provision in and managing of items of collective consumption - Voluntary unpaid work, undertaken in “freetime” - Carried out as an extension of women’s reproductive role. 10

  11. Resources ■ Human assets ■ Natural assets ■ Social assets ■ Physical assets ■ Financial assets ■ Political assets 11

  12. Access and Control ■ Enter premise ■ Use of (withdraw from) resources ■ Ability to derive benefits ■ Management ■ Ownership ■ Disposal (selling) 12

  13. The Influencing Factors How things are done (rules) ■ Official, unofficial ■ Explicit / Implicit ■ Ability to derive benefits ■ Norms, values, traditions, laws and customs ■ Constrain or enable what is done, how it is done, by whom and who will benefit. 13

  14. Gender Analysis Exercise

  15. 24 hours in the life of men and women …… Gender Analysis Exercise

  16. Group 1 A family living in the slum Group 2 A family living in the urban (middle class) Group 3 Rural Extended family Group 4 Rural Nuclear family Group 5 Rural Female headed household family Gender Analysis Exercise

  17. Activity Profile Chart

  18. Access and Control Chart

  19. Influencing Factors Chart