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Sao Tome and Principe : Country Gender Assessment

AGED AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AGRICULTURE ANALYTICAL WORK BROAD CONSULTATIONS CIVIL SOCIETY COMMUNITIES CREDIT SCHEMES CROPS DATA COLLECTION DATA SOURCES DEBT RELIEF DECISION MAKING DECISION-MAKING POSITIONS DECISION-MAKING PROCESS DEMOGRAPHIC STRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT POLICIES DEVELOPMENT POLICY DEVELOPMENT PROCESS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS DISCRIMINATION DISTRICTS DONOR COMMUNITY ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT STATUS EXTERNAL SHOCKS EXTREME POVERTY FAMILIES FAMILY LAW FARMERS FEMALE HEADED HOUSEHOLDS FEMALE-HEADED HOUSEHOLDS FISH FOOD SECURITY GENDER GENDER DIFFERENCES GENDER DISPARITIES GENDER EQUALITY GENDER ISSUES GENDER PERSPECTIVE GIRLS HEALTH HEALTH SERVICES HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION HOUSEHOLD HEAD HOUSEHOLD STRUCTURE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT ILLITERACY INCOMES INFANTS INFORMAL SECTOR INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT INTEGRATION JOB MARKET LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKET LAWS LIVESTOCK LIVING STANDARDS LOCAL LEVELS MALARIA MORBIDITY MORTALITY MOTHERS NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL POLICY NGOS POLICY DIALOGUE POLICY IMPLICATIONS POVERTY LEVELS POVERTY LINE POVERTY LINES POVERTY PROFILE POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY POWER PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIORITY AREAS PRIVATE SECTOR PUBLIC ENTERPRISES PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS PUBLIC SECTOR REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RURAL AREAS RURAL HOUSEHOLDS SEXUAL HARASSMENT SMOKING SOCIAL COHESION SOCIAL INDICATORS SOCIAL SERVICES SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TOWNS UNEMPLOYED PEOPLE UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN AREAS URBAN HOUSEHOLDS URBAN RESIDENTS VICTIMS VIOLENCE VULNERABLE GROUPS WORKERS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Sao Tome and Principe
2013-09-05T19:07:26Z | 2013-09-05T19:07:26Z | 2004-06-30

The purpose of the Sao Tome and Principe Country Gender Assessment is to create an analytical tool to analyze the main gender issues; develop a body of proposals and recommendations covering a range of interventions specifically addressing gender issues and, to establish dialogue and coordination between representatives of the public sector and civil society, with a view to developing a National Gender Strategy and Action Plan. The preparation of the Country Gender Assessment (CGA) included two stages. The first comprised a review of all available documentation and data related to gender issues. The second consisted of consultations with government, non-governmental organization s (NGOs), members of civil society, and donors. These consultations led to a two-day workshop with participation by representatives of various Ministries, as well as other government agencies, district councils, civil society members and NGOs. The purpose of the workshop was to obtain input from the participants in the form of a body of proposals for plans and initiatives covering areas considered of high priority, with a view to enhancing the effectiveness of development programs and projects. The CGA is by its nature an ongoing activity rather than a defined product.

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