Gender monitoring and evaluation is a process requiring that the monitoring, reporting and evaluation practices of all policies and plans integrate a gender perspective both in processes and inputs as well as in results and impacts, so as to learn how programmes or specific projects affect women’s and men’s lives and to guarantee that inequality is not perpetuated.
See also: gender perspective
OECD – Development Assistance Committee (DAC) Working Party on Gender Equality (1988). DAC Source Book on Concepts and Approaches Linked to Gender Equality. Paris. Available at: