Typology Guideline

The typology guidelines are meant to raise awareness of the opportunities and pitfalls when making typologies. The guideline will show the different purposes for which typologies can be made, and how this is reflected in the methodology. Furthermore, potential indicators are presented for different aspects that can be included in a typology. Also a list with contact persons for the different tools and approaches in the methodology will be included. Throughout the document, a real life example will be presented to clarify the different methods and approaches.

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Contact person Issa Ouedraogo
Alternate contact Jennie Barron
Participatory approach / method to address complexity
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When in the project cycle is the tool useful
Contribution to gender research
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Tool manual/User guide not yet published by Stephanie Alvarez, Wim Pass, Katrein Descheemaeker, Jeroen Groot
Citation not yet published by Stephanie Alvarez, Wim Pass, Katrein Descheemaeker, Jeroen Groot