SEAGA Intermediate Level Handbook
Socio-economic and gender analysis (SEAGA) is an approach to development. Its three guiding principles are: (1) gender roles and relations are important; (2) disadvantaged people are a priority in development initiatives; and, (3) participation of all stakeholders is important for sustainable development.
When to Use This Tool
This tool is most useful for development impacts assessments focused on:
Learn more about the topics for assessing the impacts of low-emission development strategies (LEDS).
A systematic assessment of the performance of programs/projects.
How to Use This Tool
Level of Expertise
Varies by project. The handbook lists examples of data that may be used for analysis. This data is collected through questionnaires, focused interviews, and rapid appraisal techniques.