Gender-based Violence

3.1 % of women and girls in target locations who report a positive change in their social standing


Measures how many women and girls report improved participation in decision-making fora. 



The indicator must be reported at a minimum bi-annually, however, it is a continuous measure throughout the year.

The humanitarian programmes receiving funding through the NCA-MFA framework agreement will have to report in the online reporting system monthly.

Data Source

Project reports, FGDs with women groups, KIIs with selected women participants in NCA and Partner’s programmes.

How to Collect

Women and girls should be asked to describe their experience of participation in decision-making spaces in their communities. This can be done through FGDs or individual interviews (KIIs). Qualitative data collection methods will provide the most robust data and insight into women’s participation. 

How to analyse

Qualitative data related to women and girls’ experiences of participation and the level of acceptance of their participation by family and community members, should be analysed to identify trends and patterns in responses. Unique but interesting responses should also be documented. A summary of this analysis should be presented to the program/project management team for discussion and possible strategy revision/adaptation agreed if necessary. Further investigation/follow-up data collection regarding particular trends/responses may also be required for further clarity.

For the quantitative data related to changes in women and girls’ perceived ability to influence decisions at community and family/household levels, the number of respondents providing a “improved” or “somewhat improved” should be added and divided by the total number of respondents (excluding those who provided “don’t know” as a response), and multiply by 100. 

Dissagregate data by

Gender Age Wealth Diversity Not applicable

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