The aim of this research project was to develop, trial and deliver a gender budgeting framework for breastfeeding that can be used to assess, monitor and evaluate government policies on breastfeeding that will advance material and child health and gender equality, within established WHO public health goals. The gender budgeting framework was to be trialled in a research workshop that aimed to develop capability building and training materials for in-country use.
|Tax and Transfer Policy Institute, Crawford School of Public Policy
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|Published - 2017