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gender performance indicator for irrigation

Barbara van Koppen

gender performance indicator for irrigation

concepts, tools and applications.

by Barbara van Koppen

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Published by International Water Management Institute in Colombo .
Written in English


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ContributionsInternational Water Management Institute.
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Open LibraryOL21800066M
ISBN 109290904682

Indicators of gender-transformative change 7 Introduction 8 Methodology 8 Chapter 1: Measuring gender transformation 10 Framework for understanding gender transformation 10 Gender transformation, empowerment and social justice 10 Measuring gender-transformative change   A comprehensive review of literature is done in the context of India which covers the various writings and actions in the area of gender and water. The review specifically looks at gender and equity issues in the areas of rivers, dams and displacement, water for production and domestic water.

These challenges incited IWMI to develop a Gender Performance Indicator for Irrigation. This generic analytical tool answers the question whether irrigation institutions in a particular irrigation scheme are gender-inclusive and, if not, what irrigation agencies themselves can do to affect change.   In an overview of the evolving debates on gender and irrigation in the past two decades, this paper argues that the success of today's policy attention on a blanket policy on gender and irrigation is at the same time its weakness. Two key variations need to be specified for any gender policy to become sufficiently specific to have any teeth.

Performance Assessment Irrigation Schemes According to Comparative Indicators: A Case Study of Shina-Hamusit and Selamko, Ethiopia Abebe Shenkut Debre Tabor University, Natural resources management, Box , Debre Tabor, Ethiopia. Abstract- Performance of Shina-Hamusit and Selamko Irrigation. A HR KPI or metric is a comprehensible way to track pre-defined organizational goals of the human resources management. HR departments use specific key performance indicators to optimize recruiting processes, workplace management, employee programs, etc. Here is the complete list of the most important human resources KPIs and metrics, that we will discuss in this article in every detail.


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Gender performance indicator for irrigation by Barbara van Koppen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Gender performance indicator for irrigation: concepts, tools and applications Disclaimer The copyright of the documents on this site remains with the original publishers. A gender performance indicator for irrigation: Concepts, tools and applications & van Koppen, Barbara, "Reversing the flow: agricultural water management pathways for poverty reduction," Book Chapters Gender / Women / Irrigation management / Water management / Policy / Decision making / Performance evaluation / Indicators.

tions of the paper address the development of a Gender Performance Indicator for use in irrigation systems. The use of the indicator is illustrated by an example from Burkina Faso, which also shows how neglect of these principles reduced the benefits of initial stages of this project.

Résumé. The Gender Performance Indicator for Irrigation (GPII) aims to fill this gap. In any particular scheme, this tool diagnoses the gendered organization of farming and gender-based inclusion or exclusion in irrigation institutions.

It informs irrigation agencies what they themselves can do for effective change-if Cited by: A gender performance indicator for irrigation: Concepts, tools and applications Article (PDF Available) January with 74 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Barbara Van Koppen.

The Gender Performance Indicator for Irrigation (GPII) aims to fill this gap. In any particular scheme, this tool diagnoses the gendered organization of farming and gender-based inclusion or exclusion in irrigation institutions. It informs irrigation agencies what they themselves can do for effective change-if.

The Gender in Irrigation Learning and Improvement Tool (GILIT) looks at the aspects of gender equity that can be influenced by the policies and operations of formal irrigation schemes.

"These four challenges incited the Poverty, Gender and Water Project of the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) to develop Gender Performance Indicator for Irrigation (GPII). The following post was originally published on the CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land, and Ecosystems (WLE) Thrive Blog.

More than experts and practitioners came together in Ethiopia, Ghana, and Tanzania in March and April of to discuss how to improve gender parity in irrigation.

methods to collect and analyse gender -sensitive and gender -responsive data. For example, the Irrigation Learning and Improvement Tool (GILIT) (Lefore et al., ) and the Gender Performance Indicator (Van Koppen, ), offer mechanisms for scoring gender performance in smallscale irrigatio.

A gender performance indicator for irrigation: concepts, tools and applications. This paper summarises the performance indicators currently used in the Research Program on Irrigation Performance (RPIP).Within this Program field data are measured and collected to quantify andtest about 40 multidisciplinary performance indicators.

These indicatorscover water delivery, water use efficiency, maintenance, sustainability ofirrigation, environmental aspects, socio-economics and Missing: gender performance indicator. This can be checked by having a simple book-keeping system which allows the action to be recorded against the complaint.

The register needs to be subject to external audit on a regular basis. Note: Indicators 5 and 6 apply to both water supply and sanitation. Tool Kit on Gender Equality Results and Indicators.

ISBN Tool Kit on Gender Equality Results and Indicators. This tool kit was designed to help development practitioners incorporate gender perspectives into development initiatives, and to monitor and evaluate gender equality results. It was written with development policy makers, planners, implementers, and.

Gender Perfromance Indicator of Irrigation (GPII)* zGood gender performance: gender based differences are absent (+) zIf there are limited differences (mild) exist it is categorized as moderate performance (+/-) zIf there is women excluded by all means from the system it is identified as low gender performance (-).

* Van Koppen, B. toolkit for mainstreaming gender in water operations i table of contents acknowledgments ii abbreviations, acronyms, and translations v executive summary vi introduction 1 part i. eight key cross-cutting, gender-based 4 challenges related to water access part ii.

guidance for projects to improve development 8 outcomes by addressing gender issues. Introduction to the Gender in Irrigation Learning and Improvement Tool. Purpose of the Tool. The Gender in Irrigation Learning and Improvement Tool (GILIT) identifies areas of policy and operations in formal irrigation schemes or project that have been successful or need adjustment to promote gender equity.

The Gender Performance Indicator for Irrigation (GPII) GPII is an analytical tool that assesses the degree to which gender discrimination is rooted in the rural socioeconomic structure, and therefore beyond the mandate of irrigation agencies alone.

Irrigation Performance Indicators. Presentations. Irrigation System Performance Evaluation View or Download.

Water Productivity View or Download. Handout. Irrigation and Drainage Management View Missing: gender performance indicator. The purpose of the SEAGA Sector Guide on Irrigation is to support gender-responsive participatory planning of irrigation schemes, and to integrate socio-economic and gender issues in the planning process.

The ultimate aim is to improve irrigation scheme performance while strengthening the position of rural women and disadvantaged groups.

The performance of the irrigation system is estimated with reference to the existing targets of depaffment.

The analysis is extended by evaluating the different functions of the system with an additional set of indicators. AN these indicators are called internal indicators as they address fhe behavior and operation of the irrigation system from.Many irrigation schemes and land reallocation projects have failed to incorporate appropriate gender strategies in design and many cases in Africa in general and in Zimbabwe in particular women's access to land for agricultural activity are intertwined and Author: Keith Phiri.A sufficient database and comparative indicators for the assessment of irrigation system performance are needed.

Therefore, many researchers have offered and applied a great many comparative indicators for such an assessment. Molden et al. () tested comparative performance indicators using the water input-yield relationship in