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Guidelines | July 28, 2011

CRS Southern Africa Guidelines for Gender-Responsive Programming

How to Address Gender-Based Violence and Integrate Gender Considerations Into Projects on Agriculture & Livelihoods and Health & HIV

Gender-responsive programming means addressing the gender roles, relations, needs and interests of women and men, girls and boys to meet their immediate needs and achieve equal rights, opportunities and outcomes. By providing reference and background information on some of the best thinking related to integrating gender into programs, this publication offers an accessible starting point for program mangers and staff.


  • Guidelines for Gender-Responsive Programming
  • Conducting Gender Analysis
  • Project Planning and Design
  • Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Learning and Documentation
  • Sector-Specific Guidelines: Gender-Responsive Programming to Address Gender-Based Violence
  • Gender-Responsive Agriculture & Livelihoods Programming
  • Gender-Responsive Health & HIV Programming