When attempting to generate change and improvement training is vital. For this end Make Every Woman Count has gather Gender Training Guides to be used by women's organisations, women's grassroots, women actvistts or by anyone who seeks to work with gender issues.

The focus of the material is with regards to women mainly to the African continent

Source: FAO
This training manual focuses specifically on the linkages between local knowledge systems, gender roles and relationships, the conservation and management of agrobiodiversity, plant and animal genetic resources, and food security. Its aim is to promote a holistic understanding of these components.

Source: FEMNET
The training programme targets civil society, governments and intergovernmental representatives involved in gender mainstreaming and/or in communicating this work to wider audiences. This training initiative seeks to re-build a team of gender trainers across the region.

Source: UNECA
 This is a standard Training Manual on Gender Mainstreaming developed in June, 2008. It is informed by the findings of a Training Needs Assessment and consultations with various stakeholders engaged in development activities.

Source: UNIFEM
This practical, online guide aims to help those initiating, managing and/or using gender equality (GE)– and human rights (HR)–responsive evaluations.

Source: Women Thrive Worldwide
Too often, gender is equated with women, but in fact, gender is about people—both women and men. Gender analysis is a tool that looks at the different roles, rights, responsibilities and resources of women and men and how they impact a proposed strategy, project or policy.

Source: CEDPA
Gender, Reproductive Health, and Advocacy(GRAD) is a training program designed to assist program planners and implementers in putting into action the key concepts from the ICPD and the FWCW that are central to the achievement of sustainable development.

Source: DFID
This gender manual is designed to help non-gender specialists in recognising and addressing gender issues in their work. The intention is to demystify gender, make the concept and practice of gender "mainstreaming" accessible to a wide audience, and clarify when to call in specialist help.

Source: IPS
There are three (3) modules in the manual which can be used in a variety of ways. A three-day training programme can be designed , or, a one-week course can be developed using sections of the manual in conjunction with other training materials relevant to the topics covered.

Source: Center for Reproductive Rights
Gaining Ground is intended primarily as a tool for advocates involved in legal and policy reform in the area of reproductive rights. In the context of law reform, comparative legal and policy examples can serve a variety of functions.

Source: Engender Health
This document is intended to stimulate critical thinking about programmatic gaps related to the reproductive health needs of women and couples living with HIV and to help community- and facility-based providers of HIV care

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