|Gender entry points to “Fortalecimiento de la resilencia de los hogares en el corredor seco de Guatemala para vivir major”.||Input and identification of entry points regarding gender mainstreaming within the provided concept note.||Embassy of Sweden in Guatemala||Ulf Färnsveden|
|Gender assessment of the program “Safe and Inclusive Trade Horizons for Developing Countries”.||Review the program from a gender perspective by looking at some key documents and provide recommendations..||GLOBEC, SIDA||Anja Taarup Nordlund|
|Review of the “Sida Gender and Poverty Brief” Sida and provide input for changes.
||See under assignment.||Thematic Support Unit, Sida||Shereen Allam|
|Review and update of Sida´s gender equality briefs on:
– Gender Analysis
– Gender Mainstreaming
– How Sida works with Gender Equality.
|Review and update the briefs, including assessing how other multilaterals (UN and OECD-DAC esp.) and Swedish government use the gender integration concepts.||INTEM/TEMA||Shereen Allam|
|Draft outline of a SEA/H module for Sida.||Reveiw existing materials, including guidelines, training materials, position statements and e-learnings on SEAH and provide draft outline of a SEAH module.||Thematic Support Unit, Sida||Viktoria Saxby|
|Definition of 9 sub-thematic areas.||Desk study to provide an overview of Sida´s existing definitions of selected sub-thematic areas to be used in external/internal communication materials and gender tool box.||INTEM/TEMA||Anna Lidström|
|Input to the development cooperation strategy for MENA 2021-2025.||Provide gender equality input to the regional development cooperation strategy to the MENA region, with special focus on democracy, HR, environment and peaceful and inclusive societies.||Thematic Support Unit||Ulf Färnsveden|
|Input to the strategy for Sweden´s international develoment cooperation with Palestine 2020-2024.||Contribute to the up-coming operationalisation process in order to ensure an effective mainstreaming of gender in the three support areas
(1) democracy/HR)Rule of Law/gender,
(2) inclusive economic development and
(3) environment and climate change.
|INTEM/TEMA||Anja Taarup Nordlund|
|Revision of Raoul Wallenberg Institute´s gender equality strategy.||Review the potential practical effectiveness and efficiency of RWI´s gender equality strategy in context of an ongoing cooperation project.||MENA unit at HUMASIA||Jane Kiragu|
|Beog Puuto SoS Sahel Gender Strategy.||Review the Gender Strategy for the Beog-Puuto project and provide recommendations for consideration.||HUMASIA||Paul Dixelius|
|From Gender blind to Gender sensitive: Transforming Organizations.||Provide a description of an organization (fictive) which was gender blind and took measures to become gender sensitive and provide a checklist for organizational assessment of gender equality.||Regional Africa||Donjeta Morina|
|OECD-DAC Gender Equality Policy Marker.||Review of the gender tool on Gender equality policy marker in accordance with comments provided and devlop an exercise for practicing how to use the gender policy maker.||Regional Africa||Åsa Eldén|