Gender Analysis in north Kosovo and concerned local authorities presents key findings of collection and analysis of sex disaggregated household, workplace and community data/information in the four Serbian municipalities in north of Kosovo. The analysis covers key areas of concern such as demography, labour market, local economy, health, education, politics, natural resources, infrastructure, safety etc. so as to gain insights into what resources are available in the targeted communities, and how women and men access to and benefit from these resources. It also includes an overview of public institutions and women´s and men´s access to their services.
The gender analysis is part of the comprehensive baseline assessment of the local governance environment in northern Kosovo.
The general purpose of the gender analysis specific to the north Kosovo is to highlight hierarchies of power, division of labour, social and cultural aspects (in institutions and in the community) in order to expose the manner in which gender relations will affect the baseline assessment, implementation and expected accomplishments of the Programme. The results of the analysis also aim to assist in setting gender baseline and targets as well as gender-responsive outcomes, outputs and indicators for monitoring progress over the course of the programme implementation, that are presented in a separate report “Gender Assessment of the Programme Proposal Fostering Inclusive Development and Good Governance in northern Kosovo.”