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Make your own Matrix!
Using a gender analysis matrix will allow you to design gender responsive research or interventions in a systematic way. It can be used to:
1. Identify how gender analysis can be conducted within existing data sets, and/or
2. Identify key gender-related considerations for research, programmes or policies and how research, programmes or policies can be modified to take into account such considerations.
The matrix can be used to identify and/or develop: gender considerations (barriers and opportunities), analytical gender analysis questions, gender analysis questions for inclusion in data collection tools, codes for qualitative data analysis, variables for quantitative analysis, and gender indicators for monitoring and evaluation.
While, gender analysis matrixes are meant to be modified to meet study or intervention needs and objectives, the gender analysis domains should remain the same. The topic domains should be modified to relate to areas of consideration within your programme, study, or intervention.
The Gender Analysis and COVID-19 matrix (pdf) provides a series of questions that fit into the domains described in the table above.
You should write your answers in the Gender Analysis Matrix Template (doc).
We would love to see any Matrices that you produce for your own countries. Use the contact page to get in touch!