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Evaluations/Assessments | December 1, 2013

A Sample Gender Analysis

Abridged Version

This document is a condensed version of a full gender analysis of a food security program in Ethiopia. We hope that program staff will use this condensed version as a template when conducting their own gender analyses.

The assessment provides an example of what a gender analysis looks like and the questions it seeks to answer—as well as how to collect the data, analyze findings, and incorporate those findings into a program strategy. Conducting a gender analysis is an important step in helping program staff understand and address gender inequalities to maximize program results and outcomes and achieve a greater impact in the communities they serve.


  • Executive Summary

  • 1. Background

  • 2. Research Methods

  • 3. Findings

  • 4. Recommendations

  • References

  • Annexes