Gender analysis is defined by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance as “a useful tool that… offers strategies to increase understanding of the impact that policies and programming have on women and girls in all their diversity, compared to men and boys, and transgender people. Particular attention is paid to women and girls from key populations, as well as on trans people … More specifically, a gender analysis makes it easier to see gender inequality and harmful gender norms, as well as gender-related barriers to access to services by highlighting:
For a visual depiction of many of the controversial elements that may be considered in a “gender analysis,” see the “Discrimination, Multiple and Intersecting Forms of” and “Diversity, Women in All Their” sections.
 International HIV/AIDS Alliance. Good Practice Guide: Gender-transformative HIV programming. (2018, February). Retrieved from https://frontlineaids.org/wp-content/uploads/old_site/alliance_gpg-gender-transformative_original.pdf?1519649267