Mainstreaming Gender Equality - Sida's support for the promotion of gender equality in partner countries, Bangladesh
Britha Mikkelsen , Ted Freeman , Mirza Najmul Huda , Sevilla Leowinatha , Jowshan A. Rahman
In 2000, Sida commissioned an Evaluation of Sidas support to development cooperation for the promotion of Gender Equality with three objectives: 1) to assess how Sidas mainstreaming strategy is reflected in the country strategy process; 2)to assess the strategic and/or practical changes with regards to the promotion of gender equality that nterventions supported by Sida have contributed to or may contribute to; and 3) to provide an input to a deeper nderstanding of the concrete meaning of concepts in nterventions supported by Sida (gender equality, empowerment of women, stakeholder participation, strategic and practical changes with regard to gender equality and mainstreaming). The evaluation included three country case studies. This report covers Bangladesh, with Nicaragua and South Africa the subjects of separate reports.