|Other titles||Gender and development research in Zambia|
|Contributions||Zambia Association for Research and Development.|
|LC Classifications||Z7963.E18 G458 1999, HQ1240.5.Z(Zambia) G458 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 150 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||99892510|
Zambia’s HDI value for is — which put the country in the medium human development category—positioning it at out of countries and territories. Between and , Zambia’s HDI value increased from to , an increase of Size: KB. The paper seeks to bridge the gap between the theoretical ‘models’ of women’s development and the reality of women’s lives in Zambia and other African countries. The paper looks at the differences between the terms ‘women’ and ‘gender’ and their meaning for women’s development. . Gender Equality in Zambia: The Journey of Girl Impact When Jen Hughes first set foot on African soil back in , it was only meant to be for a few months. And yet, her time as a volunteer with African Impact ended-up changing the course of her life. Originally from Australia, Jen was steadily climbing the corporate ladder back home. This report outlines the gender status covering the period to as guided by the National and Evaluation Plan in Zambia. It gives an update on the gender indicators in the Gender Status Report and targets set for monitoring of gender mainstreaming in socio-economic development.
Given the ubiquitous influence of gender in a person's life, a number of theories have been developed to explain gender development. These theories can be generally divided into three families. Module 5: Gender and Development Module overview 11 About this module This module is divided into five units. Unit 1: Gender issues in youth development work This unit explores the development issues that affect women and men. It examines issues such as life expectancy, population, education, health and youth unemployment. It explains the concept. The book also draws upon the debates and outcomes of the Council’s session as well as on a series of roundtables Achieving gender equality and development for all, H.E. Mr. Hamidon Ali. The development of a gender and women empowerment and gender-related policies, as well as strengthening of national gender machineries to fully undertake the challenging mandates, are crucial actions particularly in addressing structural relationships of inequality between men and women.
The Ministry of Gender is committed to protecting and promoting women’s rights, curbing gender-based violence and reducing gender inequalities by making progressive changes to legislation to strengthen the protective environment. Some of the inspiring young ladies I worked with in Zambia, who form part of our gender empowerment program. According to the United Nations, Zambia has one of the world’s highest rates of intimate partner violence in the world (UN Department of Social and Economic Affairs, ; UN, ), with almost half of all women having experienced physical violence from the age of include human resource development, research and development, institutional capacity building, networking, gender integration and private and public awareness and participation. 6. Mechanism to integrate the 3 SD pillars: There is need to have a mechanism to integrate SD issues in social, economic and environment pillars. The goal of the Zambia MCGP is to identify the short and long term gender issues to be addressed and that can be mainstreamed in Bank Group interventions as being pertinent to poverty reduction and sustainable development.