The VAM gender analysis standards support staff engaged in food security and nutrition analysis in their role to provide information necessary to design, implement and monitor targeted WFP programmes and interventions. Gender analysis should be mainstreamed throughout within the three pillars of food security analysis; access, utilization, and availability. By applying the standards and by utilizing gender-sensitive indicators, the extent of gender disparities will be measured and revealed thereby producing valuable information to inform policies, programmes, and responses.
Gender - Guidelines: Gender and Food Security Analysis
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- Analyses assessments and case studies
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