All things Gender: interactive mapping tool

Looking for Gender-related documents and strategies? Our mapping tool might help!

As the only GG2 project in agriculture and skills development (TVET), we are always trying to keep up with Gender news and developments. Our project supports the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD) in promoting Agricultural Technical Vocational Education and Training for Women (ATVET for Women). This work falls under the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP), the continent’s blueprint for agricultural development.

To stay up-to-date, we developed an interactive PDF to map and summarise Youth & Gender documents. You can simply click your way through the documents you are interested in:

  1. Select between Youth or Gender: click on the icons.
  2. Select between different sub-topics: for example, click on ‘Women’s Empowerment’ or ‘Women in Agriculture’.
  3. This will lead you to an overview of documents & strategies for the sub-topic. The documents that have already been summarised include a ‘summary’ button.
  4. Click on any of the documents/strategies to read a summary or to ‘learn more’ (this will take you directly to the document).

Did we miss anything? Feel free to contribute to our map! The last PDF page will tell you how. You can download our map here.

Contact Details

Name: Sara Jabril
Email: sara.jabril@giz.de
Posted in Gender Week Blog, Year 2019 Tagged with: , , , , ,
2 comments on “All things Gender: interactive mapping tool
  1. anonymous says:

    Hi,
    I just read about your interactive mapping tool which sounds really interesting. We are working with GIZ in the area of external audit and I am currently responsible in our organisation to better integrate gender equality.
    I tried to look at the tool but apparently one needs to be signed up to be able to access it. It would be great to get your help here.
    THanks in advance.
    Best regards
    Petra Schirnhofer

    • Vanessa Hochwald says:

      Hello, thank you for your interest. Please contact Sara Jabril as the person responsible for the tool. You can find her contact details in the Blog post.
      Best regards

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