The Monitoring and Evaluation process enables staff to analyse the performance of emergency operations and rehabilitation programmes to adjust them in order to obtain the desired results as needed.
Adequate human and financial resources should be allocated to formulate specific strategies to integrate gender issues, collect and analyse data from a gender perspective, build capacity for gender-sensitive planning and programming for reconstruction among key partners and stakeholders, and develop reporting mechanisms that ensure accountability for gender mainstreaming.
The distribution of benefits should take gender roles and relations into account, and gender issues be clarified in the implementation of the project, e.g. work plan. Reporting should demonstrate whether both women and men are included in the programme or project as agents/project staff, and as beneficiaries at all levels. The verification of project activities and outputs should be based on sex-disaggregated data and analysed in terms of gender using appropriate tools (e.g. engendered logframe).
Gender and Population Division
Emergency Operations and Rehabilitation Division
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00100 Rome, Italy