Microlearning video: CVA and Gender
This video provides an overview of the relationship between gender and cash and voucher assistance (CVA) structured around the humanitarian project cycle, which include:
- Assessment and response analysis: How to adjust the assessment processes to achieve a more accurate reflection of gender and markets.
- Design and implementation: How to use methods and protocols to reduce the potential protection risks for all genders .
- Monitoring and Evaluation: Which data must be considered to ensure a focus on gender in projects with CVA.
- Response level: Good practices should be applied by the organizations to ensure effective actions are taken at the response level.
- Examples of good practices.
- A compilation of tools and resources to expand your knowledge on the topic.
This training video was originally produced in Spanish in collaboration with CARE, and soon will be available in Arabic and French.
The video was part of a module of UN Women’s Gender Equality in Humanitarian Action Spanish e-course which was born out of REDLAC’s (Regional Group on Risks, Emergencies, and Disasters for Latin America and the Caribbean) Gender Working Group and which holds endorsement from FLACSO Argentina (The Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences).
This video is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of the CALP Network and CARE and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.