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Index: All Analysis Tools

This page offers a view of all analysis tools, in lists that can be filtered to your specific interests. To narrow the list/ filter through the tools listed, press the arrows next to the column header.

Before browsing tools for your study, it is important first to have a clear idea of what questions one would like to answer, and then consider how each of the following tools may help deepen the team’s understanding to answer these questions.
 

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It may be easier to find tools through the following pages, organized around the program cycle: 

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  1. Emergencies
  2. Organizational and Programmatic Review and Planning
  3. Gender Analysis Tools
    • Macro and Secondary Analysis, Observation Techniques
    • Participatory Learning and Action
    • Numbers: Participatory Numbers and Quantitative Analysis
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Emergencies

Analysis tools to quickly assess a situation in terms of both identifying key gendered considerations while planning emergency relief, as well as analyzing the impacts of interventions:

Organizational and Programmatic Review and Planning

In addition to learning about the situational context concerning a particular community, a set of tools have also been developed to think through an organization’s own commitment to gender equality, programmatically and operationally:

Gender Analysis Tools

Macro and Secondary Analysis, Observation Techniques

Secondary analysis and observation techniques can be applied across contexts, and are useful complements to any study – whether a situational analysis, exploration of defining women’s empowerment and notions of gender equity in a given environment, monitoring and evaluation, or impact studies.

These methods have been done both individually or as a team. Approaches include:

Participatory Learning and Action

These methods have been widely adopted as an approach that seeks more equitable relations between researcher and participant, as they mutually engage in critical self-reflection and plans of action to promote social justice and equality.

This section comprises a majority of tools highlighted in this site. To filter the view and narrow this list, click the arrow next to each category/column header:

 

Numbers

A number of studies have engaged the following tools to engage in quantitative analysis. These methods have been used to track changes in indicators across time, or between different groups/communities in relation to an intervention. Often these tools are combined with qualitative methods in research.

For support in analyzing information gathered, please see the Quantitative Analysis Page.

In a number of cases teams have also used participatory numbers gathered from participatory learning and analysis, as a basis for analysis:

 SHARE further tools

Have you engaged other analysis tools that you would recommend be featured in this collection? To suggest a new tool, please fill out the New Tool Form, and email to PQLibrarian@care.org.

 

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Name

Tool name and link to that page.

Source

Primary document or exercise that describes the analysis tool or exercise

Use/Goal

How has the tool been used in the program cycle? (Situational analysis, Monitoring and evaluation, Monitoring impact/impact measurement)

Tool Requirements

  • Team Requirements: Facilitation team composition and roles.
  • Environment: in what environments has the tool been used: Are exercises tailored for rural, urban or emergency settings? Do they require privacy? Can exercises focus on analysis of specific development or government / justice institutions (i.e. schools, health services, etc.)?
  • Participants: Are exercises appropriate for children or youth? Would it be helpful to include older adults who have a broader experience on changes and trends? Do exercises require participants to be able to read / write?

Description

A brief summary on what the tool explores

Area of Inquiry

In relation to the Good Practices Framework on Gender Analysis, which areas of inquiry does the tools explore?