Gender and Technology Training Guidelines
I. Who will own the machine?
II. Who will operate the machine?
III. Who will be trained to carry out maintenance?
IV. How will access to credit be facilitated for the work?
I. How will the project support traditional roles and responsibilities?
II. Are all participants able to have control over their own labour?
III. How is the project supporting the different agricultural
priorities of men and women?
I. What assumptions have been made about men's and women's use of
II. How has women's access to technology been supported?
III. How has the issue of what is (or is not) "culturally acceptable"
been addressed by the NGO?
I. How have the poorest, especially women, been enabled to
participate in the project?
II. What has been done to re-evaluate women's and men's technical
III. How have the existing structures and institutions been helped to
become more democratic?
I. What assumptions have been made about men’s and women’s”’ use of
technology in this project?
II. How has the issue of what is (or is not) “culturally acceptable” been addressed
by the NGO?
III. If the project is promoting women’s access to new skill areas, how is this being