Learning Modality: Self-paced

Date: Available online all year

Duration: Approximately 4.5 hours

Language: English, French, and Spanish

Tuition fee: Open access until June 2017

This course aims to provide knowledge for better understanding the changing aid-end-policy and developing capacities in how to monitor aid flows and evaluate their impacts. The course includes practical exercises on how to apply the principles of aid effectiveness to promote gender equality in organizations, how to make a meaningful gender analysis of aid flows, how to engender budgets and how to develop an advocacy strategy for your own organization.

The course is divided into the following modules:

  • Refresher - What do we mean by gender equality and gender mainstreaming?
  • The big picture - Aid effectiveness from a gender perspective
  • Getting started - Aid effectiveness & gender equality in your own organization
  • The next step- A quick gender analysis of delivery of aid in your country
  • Budgeting counts - An introduction to ‘engendering’ budgets
  • Getting involved - How can we make a difference?

Civil society and academia