Gender and Social Protection

Impacts of gender mainstreaming and social protection are important facets to alleviate poverty, stabilize political and promote inclusive growth. The gender gap in developing countries is still very high and it has impacted negatively many economies.
Many countries, donors including private sector in many countries consider supporting the very poor by providing support in form of social protection. These have been targeted in supporting the elderly, poor ad orphaned children’s. These supports have ranged from direct food supplies, vouchers and cash transfer programming.
We support our clients in designing, delivering and implementing gender related programmes, policies and projects and evaluating efficient means by which citizens can be assisted. We provide evaluation services of such efforts to our clients to assess impact of their work.