The Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) is an international network of partners working to develop pro-poor land tools, which are measures for land reform, improved land management or improved security of tenure. Its Secretariat is located within UN-HABITAT. Land tools help officials to move from principles, policy and legislation on land to implementation of reforms.
But how can we judge if a land tool is responsive to both women and men’s needs?
GLTN has been working on an evaluation framework to assess the gender-responsiveness of land tools and to identify pathways for bringing about improvements. This brochure presents an evaluation framework currently being piloted.