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    Budgeting for women’s rights monitoring government budget for compliance with CEDAW: a summary guide for policy-makers, gender equality and human rights advocates

    United Nations Development Fund for Women, 2008
    The adoption of the Convention on Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) by the United Nations in 1979 and subsequent ratification by 185 countries has broad implications on state obligations. State parties to the treaty are obliged to ensure compliance of government activity with human rights standards on gender equality including budgeting.
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    Mainstreaming gender into Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programmes: a training manual for water professionals

    Gender and Water Alliance, 2009
    The training manual on mainstreaming gender into Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programmes is an integrated approach to both gender and WASH issues. It aims to provide participatory gender-sensitive training to water professionals at the policy, project and administrative levels through building their capacity for mainstreaming gender into WASH programmes.
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    Facilitator’s guide on gender training

    Gendernet, Denmark, 2009
    Originally developed for Gendernet, this online guide is aimed at gender focal points (GFPs) and other staff in the Gendernet member organizations with a responsibility to train others on gender. It has been developed to support the design and delivery of gender training by GFPs and is not a ‘training of trainers’ guide.
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    Facilitator’s manual on planning for gender sensitive multi-sectoral response to HIV/AIDS initiatives

    National AIDS Council, Zambia, 2005
    This manual is a learning instrument and a reference tool for beginners. It is a step-by step handbook to guide the development of local HIV/AIDS action plans. It also details how to build the capacity of trainers in order for them to systematically integrate and mainstream HIV/AIDS into all developmental programmes.
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    Why gender matters: a tutorial for water managers

    International Network for Capacity Building in Integrated Water Resources Management (Cap-Net) [UNDP], 2006
    There are significant gender differences in use, access and management of water. In many cases, gender discrimination can limit the women’s and men’s chances to access vital water resources, by placing restriction in their autonomy. This tutorial is primarily aimed at those people interested in or responsible for managing water resources.
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    Working with young women; empowerment, rights and health

    Promundo, 2009
    Although there has been a significant amount of work done to promote women’s empowerment, most of it has been geared towards the experiences of adult women. This manual, part of an initiative called Program M, includes a series of group educational activities to promote young women’s awareness about gender inequities, rights and health.
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    Training manual on gender budget analysis

    Gender Responsive Budgeting, 2006
    The incidence of gender inequalities in Nigeria is widely regarded as an obstacle to achieving optimum social and economic development.
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    Integrating older people: a training of trainers manual for successful mainstreaming of age-friendliness in the Canadian Red Cross' programme in Aceh, Indonesia

    HelpAge International Asia, Pacific Regional Development Centre, 2009
    This training of trainers manual was developed for use in by the Canadian Red Cross, but is suitable for other organisations to adapt for their own purposes.  The manual consist of six units that can be treated as sessions which can make up a three day intense workshop, or can be individually selected to provide topic specific training.
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    Gender sensitive disaster management: a toolkit for practitioners

    Earthworm Books, 2008
    The risks and vulnerabilities that people face from natural disasters are as much a product of their social situation as their physical environment. Vulnerabilities and capacities of individuals and social groups evolve over time and determine people’s abilities to cope with disaster and recover from it.
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    Technology-based vocational skills training for marginalized girls and young women

    UNESCO Bangkok, 2008
    In most impoverished communities, there has long been a heavy reliance on self-help mechanisms and micro-enterprise development (especially among women) in the informal economy for household and community survival and local income-generation.