Diane Elson has suggested that different tools can be employed for a gender-sensitive analysis of budgets. The choice of tools employed in analysis as well depends ultimately on the accessibility of data, expertise of personnel, time constraints and other resources like access to computers.
(a) What do you understand by the term gender-sensitive budget?
(b) List and illustrate the tools which can be employed for gender-sensitive analysis of budgets according to Diane Elson.
Make a distinction between a programme and a sub-programme in implementation of programme based budgeting (PBB).
Why do we require to measure performance in PBB?
Recognize and describe the elements of performance measurement to be included in three-Year PBB statement.