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1 Honduras CPS FY12-14 Mainstreaming Gender Trina Haque Country Operations Advisor, Central America, LC2

2 Honduras Lower middle income country with per capita GDP of US$1, million people of whom half rural, most practicing subsistence agriculture 66.2% of Hondurans were poor in 2010 and 45.3% extremely poor Weak institutions, fiscal consolidation, slow growth major challenges Rising tide of crime and violence 1

3 Honduras—continued Complex Socio-Economic Dynamics ◦ 82.4 murders/100,000 people—Top Rank! ◦ High teenage pregnancy rate, FHHs (35% in 2006), lack of parental monitoring (migration), high drop-out rates for girls and boys ◦ Harder for youth to get quality jobs, easier for young men to turn to the maras (gangs) ◦ Availability of guns, drug trafficking very high  violence: homicides, femicides, domestic violence 2

4 Honduras CPS FY12-14 IDA country with possibility of IBRD Strategic Objectives ◦ Improving Citizen Security ◦ Expanding Opportunities through Reducing Vulnerabilities ◦ Enhancing Good Governance Lessons learned  ◦ Selectivity ◦ Simplicity ◦ Programmatic engagement 3

5 Engendering the CPS (Just…!) prior to CN Review (July 2011), contacted the PREM-Gender LCR Group ◦ Based on Central America Gender Study ESW and other rapid work, the team provided basic analysis for CN ◦ Decision on mainstreamed treatment of gender issues ◦ Agreed on additional plan of inputs/TA 4

6 Engendering the CPS—2 CAS-Gender Clinic with CT (Sept. 2011) TTL inputs on their projects (Sept. 2011) Gender Review of Portfolio (previously done, revised Sept. 2011) VC with Donor Gender Group (Sept. 2011) Gender Annex for CPS ROC (Oct. 2011) CPS Results Matrix Review (Oct. 2011) 5

7 Example Box 4. Gender is Central to the Honduras Land Administration Program The second phase of the Honduras Land Administration Program APL, PATH includes Gender Strategy, building on a Social Assessment and a Gender Audit. The Gender Strategy includes a plan to promote Miskito women’s participation in the process of recognition of their communities’ collective land rights. The strategy was prepared with support from the Gender Action Plan (GAP)-financed initiative, Improving Land Tenure for Women in Honduras which aimed to improve women’s access to land in Honduras by: (i) promoting greater attention to gender issues throughout Program activities, (ii) developing a tool to facilitate and promote joint land titling, and (iii) providing capacity building for PATH staff and for government agencies, local governments, women’s organizations and NGOs working on land administration issues. Accordingly, 13 workshops were conducted across Honduras. Gender is also reflected in Phase II’s Results Matrix: (a) total number of female beneficiaries; (b) At least 50,000 families in rural and urban areas complete process to obtain new land titles through the Project (of which at least 30% are women); (c) at least 70% of women rate modernized registry services as "satisfactory"; (d) 80 Miskito community leaders trained on alternative conflict resolution mechanisms (of which at least 20 are women); and (e) 80 community leaders trained on territorial planning and natural resource management (of which at least 20 are women). Finally, Phase II will include at least one impact study to measure the gender-equity impact of the program’s procedures. 6

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9 Challenges—the CMU perspective CMU should have started engagement earlier Balancing between mainstreaming and “visibility” Engaging some TTLs Results matrix—including all potential indicators will require some restructuring 8


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