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Gender and Development Programme
The Gender and Development Programme, based in East Africa, is comprised of three components. Starting in 2008, the Gender and Development Programme has embarked on a scoping exercise designed to inform a larger regional project on women's economic rights.
The project is intended to produce and EAC Regional Strategy and Monitoring and Evaluation Framework to support local and regional efforts on the advancement of women's economic rights. Its aim is to track the commitments that the different national governments have made towards the advancement of women's economic rights and freedoms, to see what achievements have been made and what the gaps are.
The research and advocacy processes that comprise this initiative are being undertaken as a collaborative effort with partners from the five East African countries. The second component of the Gender and Development Programme is a separate study of the Vision 2030, a one-year programme whose overall objective was to undertake an analysis of Kenya's Vision 2030 development blueprint from both a gender and equity perspective. The analysis key findings are published in Kenya Vision 2030: An Audit from an Income and Gender Inequalities Perspective
Thirdly, in 2008 SID was commissioned by UNIFEM to undertake an assessment of the resettlement and rehabilitation needs of internally displaced persons (IDPs) following the disputed elections of December 2007. This was to be undertaken with a gender perspective, in order to undertand the challenges faced by women in particular and how to design interventions geared to respond to the rehabilitation of IDPs' livelihoods. The project began in March 2008 and was completed by December 2009.