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Gender & Disability Analysis & Mainstreaming in Projects & Organizations Training

June 3 @ 8:00 am - June 14 @ 5:00 pm EAT

Gender & Disability Analysis & Mainstreaming in Projects & Organizations Course.

This training brings together two key issues; these are gender and disability – aspects that have, for a long time,
treated independent of each other by advocates of either gender or disability mainstreaming. Accordingly, this
discourse is an instrument for capacity development, so that participants use the gained knowledge to promote
gender and disability mainstreaming in development processes
Understanding about disability and persons with disabilities has evolved dramatically in many parts of the world.
There is a growing realization that limitation on the participation of persons with disabilities in society and
institutions stem from interactions between the individual’s impairment and attitudinal and environmental
barriers. This trend has fostered increasing recognition of the rights and abilities of persons with disabilities, and
their potential to contribute to society.
Gender mainstreaming is an (international) strategy to achieve gender equality. It is shorthand for saying that the
impact of all policies and programs on women and men should be considered at every stage of the policy or
program cycle from planning to implementation and evaluation. This advanced short course aims to provide
participants with comprehensive knowledge of gender mainstreaming and gender analysis. It draws on best
practice and case studies from around the world. The course also provides the opportunity to focus on a specific
sectors or policy areas (such as, Livelihood, development projects, education, sexual exploitation and abuse,
organizational development, or human resources) and for participants to employ this knowledge in their own
work plan.
It is important at the outset to ensure that all of your program staff are fully committed to making your
organization inclusive. Prevailing attitudes and stigmatization of disability can be very negative and very
widespread. Be sure, therefore, that staffs have attended gender & disability awareness training before they
work together to make the organization inclusive. It is important that all staff know a lot about disability issues
and understands the human rights approach to disability and inclusion.
Broad Training objectives.
 To provide the trainer with targeted information enabling him/her to train representatives of Disabled
People’s Organizations (DPOs) as experts in mainstreaming gender and disability.
 To increase the knowledge and capacities of the trained gender and disability representatives to become
competent change agents within their organizations, government ministries and departments.
 Generate thrust for a holistic, integrated and highly interactive training that builds a core set of knowledge,
skills and attitudes among potential change agents, and in the process, fulfill the obligations of the projects
and organizations of gender and disability mainstreaming.
Module, Topic & Importance
Module 1
Concepts of disability, gender and mainstreaming, and promoting awareness
This module increases disability and gender awareness, and equips participants for gender and disability
mainstreaming. In the process, they will be able to identify barriers to gender and disability mainstreaming, and
establish mitigation strategies. The ultimate goal is for communities to appreciate disability and gender issues.
Specific Objectives.
 To define disability and its underlying concepts
 To define the term gender and its underlying concepts
 To describe the concepts of gender and disability mainstreaming
 To identify barriers to gender and disability mainstreaming
Module 2
Gender and disability analysis and approaches
This module prepares participants to carry out a gender and disability analysis in policies and programmes in
order to address existing inequalities.
Specific Objectives
 To explain the terms ‘gender analysis’ and ‘disability analysis’ and their purposes.
 To describe steps in gender and disability analysis
 To identify and apply the gender and disability analysis tools
 To discuss approaches to gender and disability
 To explain the existing gender and disability policies
Module 3
The role of civil society and governments in gender and disability mainstreaming
This module enables participants to develop practical and effective strategies for developing linkages with various
stakeholders to enhance gender and disability mainstreaming in development processes.
Specific objectives
 To identify key stakeholders and their role in gender and disability mainstreaming.
 To guide participants to develop practical and effective strategies for developing linkages with key
stakeholders to enhance gender and disability mainstreaming.
Module 4
Methods and strategies for gender and disability mainstreaming
This module introduces participants to different methods and strategies that can be used in gender and disability
mainstreaming. It also assists them to identify levels of gender and disability mainstreaming and actions to be
taken all levels. Essential aspects to consider in gender and disability mainstreaming are also considered.
Participants are also exposed to excuses that are usually used to avoid gender and disability mainstreaming in
community activities. This prepares them to challenge those excuses and promote gender and disability
mainstreaming in development processes, and be able to draw up practical action plans.
Specific Objectives
 To identify and discuss excuses of gender and disability mainstreaming
 To discuss different methods and strategies in gender and disability mainstreaming
 To identify levels of gender and disability mainstreaming and actions to be taken at all levels.
Module 5
Documentation, monitoring and evaluation of mainstreaming processes
This module enables participants to understand various methods of documentation, monitoring and evaluation in
gender and disability mainstreaming interventions. It also equips participants to develop and monitor a gender
and disability responsive budget.
Specific objectives
 To differentiate the terms documentation, monitoring and evaluation
 To explain the role of documentation, monitoring and evaluation in gender and disability mainstreaming
 To discuss methods for documentation, monitoring and evaluation of gender and disability mainstreaminginterventions
 To develop and monitor a gender and disability responsive budget
Way forward After the Training
Participants will develop a work plan through the help of facilitators that stipulates application of skills acquired
in improving their organizations. ASPM will continuously monitor implementation progress after the training.
Training Evaluation:
Participants will undertake a simple assessment before the training to gauge records, archives management &
records digitization knowledge, another assessment will be done after the training in-order to monitor knowledge
gained through the training.

ENROLL

Gender , Disability and Mainstreaming in Projects
June 3 @ 8:00 am - June 14 @ 5:00 pm
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Organizer

ASPM
+254 737 022726
info@aspm.co.ke

Venue

Nairobi
Nairobi Kenya + Google Map
+254 737 022726

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