A qualitative social and gender analysis was carried out in June 2015 in Luwingu and Mbala Districts in Northern Province, Zambia. The research explored the norms and power relations at various institutional levels that constrain certain social groups from benefiting from programmatic investments aimed at improving livelihoods, health status, and food and nutrition security within the Irish Aid Local Development Programme (IALDP). This technical paper provides a summary of the research findings, lessons learned and suggests options for action the IALDP could consider to help bring about gender transformative change in the lives and livelihoods of poor and vulnerable people.
A social and gender analysis of Northern Province, Zambia: Qualitative evidence that supports the use of a gender transformative approach
Cole, S.M., Sweeney, M., Moyo, A., Mwauluka, M. (2016)
Dublin, Ireland: Self Help Africa and Lusaka, Zambia: WorldFish