Explore this online course, which provides a set of multimedia and learning tools to build understanding of gender in environmental and sustainable development.
Learn how to select and analyse value chains for opportunities to improve climate change resilience and reduce gender inequalities; as well as how to identify and prioritise investments to promote market development in line with these opportunities.
Explore key concepts and methodologies on how to assess gender-responsiveness and disability inclusion, including understanding how gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) is being framed in international disaster risk reduction agreements and recommendations.

This checklist is a quick reference card - representing minimum actions for project managers delivering in the field and remote locations.

Please refer to the IASC Interim Technical Note for additional guidance for country-level programmes.

This note sets out a methodology to assist governments: assess the overall socio-economic impact of the pandemic including on vulnerable groups, as well as on services and production of goods and governance; identify priority needs for affected households and critical sectors of the economy; recommend institutional mechanisms and policy measures to be undertaken in support of the recovery.

Find out more about this rapid assessment tool, which has two elements: a data collection tool (in Excel) and this accompanying guidance note. The rapid assessment tool provides a quicker assessment of progress on GEWE results than standard evaluations to enable humanitarian actors to make real-time adjustments to interventions when and where necessary. Application of the tool within UN Women will contribute to strengthening monitoring and evaluation processes to further adapt humanitarian programming to results.

Have a look at these guidelines, which were developed to support national governments and service providers in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey on how to better respond to the needs of women and girls victims of violence throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

Review this guidance document, which provides support for UN Women colleagues in Regional and Country Offices and other stakeholders seeking to integrate the gendered impacts of COVID-19 into their work and to better understand COVID-19’s disproportionate impacts and implications for women and girls. It explains why gendered impact analysis is important; provides core as well as thematic questions relating to the gendered impacts of COVID-19; and offers a sample/reference questionnaire, including tips and guidance.
Take a look at this template, which serves as a data collection tool for use during hurricane shelter activation to ensure gender inclusion.
Explore this toolkit, which outlines the process of age inclusion in programming for disaster risk reduction. It draws from existing resources developed by HelpAge International and other development agencies on age-inclusive disaster risk reduction.