Gender Integration Workshop: Tips for Effectively Addressing Gender in Proposals and Grant Applications

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The QED Group, LLC, 1250 Eye Street, NW, Suite 1100, Washington DC, United States

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As gender equality is increasingly at the forefront of the overseas development assistance agenda, implementing partners, both for-profit and non-profit, must continue to demonstrate their understanding of gender integration and mainstreaming and their ability to create programs that effectively integrate gender throughout all stages of implementation.

The Society for International Development’s Gender in Development Workgroup is pleased to present a brownbag lunch workshop designed to address common challenges and questions around effectively addressing gender in proposals and grant applications for USAID and other donors, including:

  • What does “gender integration” really mean in this context and how do I do it?
  • How are gender requirements commonly articulated in Requests for Proposals/Applications?
  • How can I move beyond generic statements about gender to tailor my response?
  • What changes are on the horizon for the way that major donors address gender?


Jeannie Harvey, Program Analyst, South Asia, Foreign Agriculture Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture

Deborah Rubin, Co-Director, Cultural Practice, LLC

Date: 2011/06/15
Time: 12:00pm
Sponsoring Organization: The Society for International Development, Washington DC, USA
Sectors: Business, Economic Empowerment, Empowerment, Information Communication Technology (ICT), Leadership


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