UN Women Eastern and Southern Africa Publications Reader Survey Report
This is a report of a publications reader survey conducted by UN Women Eastern and Southern Africa with the aim of continually improving the user-friendliness, practicality and overall quality of their publications. Specifically, it inquired about the publications commonly sought by stakeholders of UN Women in the entire region, what form of publications are being sought by diverse audiences and how often the publications are consulted by the audiences, which parties seek them and in which format they preferred, whether electronic or hard copies, and the ways in which the UN Women could improve upon the presentation of their publications to accelerate demand by diverse stakeholders.
This survey marked a first step in a desirable process to strengthen UN Women publications quality assurance processes and development and policy impacts in Eastern and Southern Africa.
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Languages available: English
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Geographic coverage: Africa
Resource Type: Institutional reports
UN Women office involved in publication: East and Southern Africa Regional Office
Publication year: 2016
Number of pages: 35
Publishing Entities: United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women)