Final report: Gender integration training for the USAID/EGAT/AGR office and its partners
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This report provides a synopsis of four gender integration training workshops which were offered to USAID Washington office staff, mission officers, and partners, occurring between April 2004 and June 2005. The sessions were designed to improve the incorporation of gender issues in activities ranging from office programs to policy. Results, recommendations, and the materials used in the workshops are provided in the report.
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