The project is giving evidenced-based answers to whether the allocation of public resources in Egypt is gender sensitive. More precisely, the project investigates how the public recognize the importance of public services for women protection, and whether the political institutions are capable of turning public values about women protection with clear weights. It does not only relate to public values and gender values, but also relates to the mechanism of budgeting allocation. The research is driven by three types of data sources: public believes, planners and administration experience, as well as documented public regulations, laws and political speeches.
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