The Sahel Adaptive Social Protection Programme (SASPp) was launched in 2014 to support the design and implementation of adaptive social protection programmes and systems in 6 Sahel countries: Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, and Senegal. The SASPp aims to increase access to adaptive social protection systems for poor and vulnerable populations to help them anticipate, absorb, and recover from covariate climate shocks and stresses (such as drought and flooding), and to support national social protection systems to become more adaptive and responsive to shocks and stresses (World Bank, 2019). With funding from the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) this report sought to assess the gender-sensitivity of the SASPp, including the extent to which the SASPp considers the differential needs and impact of programme activities on women and men, girls and boys, and uses this information to inform programme design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation.