Case studies on GAD

Posted: Thu, 2015-09-17 12:51
Pre-natal care through the Lingap Kalusugan program

Local government units (LGUs) doing gender mainstreaming need strong leadership and commitment, organized women’s groups, adequate resources — and lots of inspiration — to see things through.

Posted: Thu, 2015-09-17 12:03
A social worker from Bantay Familia counsels a survivor of gender-based violence

Local government units (LGUs) doing gender mainstreaming need strong leadership and commitment, organized women’s groups, adequate resources — and lots of inspiration — to see things through.

Posted: Thu, 2015-09-17 11:58
Results-based management to attain gender-responsive “good governance”

Local government units (LGUs) doing gender mainstreaming need strong leadership and commitment, organized women’s groups, adequate resources — and lots of inspiration — to see things through.

Posted: Thu, 2015-09-17 11:42
Inauguration of one of Davao City’s Child Minding Centers led by the City Mayor

Local government units (LGUs) doing gender mainstreaming need strong leadership and commitment, organized women’s groups, adequate resources — and lots of inspiration — to see things through.

Posted: Thu, 2015-09-17 11:20
Men advocates of MOVE Aklan take a stand against VAWC

Local government units (LGUs) doing gender mainstreaming need strong leadership and commitment, organized women’s groups, adequate resources — and lots of inspiration — to see things through.

Posted: Fri, 2011-03-11 10:46

Prior to the GREAT Women Project (GWP), gender mainstreaming in Iloilo Province, consisted mainly of a series of trainings on gender sensitivity and gender analysis that were meant to enhance the province’s Gender and Development (GAD) Plan.

Posted: Fri, 2011-03-11 10:08

Through the GREAT Women Project (GWP), the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) recognized the need to build up DOST’s capacity for integrating a gender dimension in its technology transfer and diffusion services, as well as the need for protocols and tools to assess the gender-responsiveness of DOST technologies used by micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). The DOST entered into a project partnership with the Philippine Commission on Women (PCW) which provided institutional and policy support, advocacy, networking, skills training and resource materials. The PCW also conducted a DOST-wide GAD Orientation on Gender-Responsive Planning and Budgeting that provided information on basic GAD concepts to at least 95 percent of DOST employees until 2010.

Posted: Wed, 2011-03-09 11:17

The implementation of the GREAT Women Project (GWP) in Barugo, Leyte has shown that partnership and collaboration between a local government unit and a women’s social foundation can open up opportunities for the development of women-led enterprises.

Posted: Wed, 2011-03-09 11:14

The LGU-Cooperative partnership with the Pavia Eco-Savers’ Bank is a model of women economic empowerment (WEE) transformation. In Pavia, Iloilo, WEE is highly visible in the public market operations and in the Eco-Savers’ Bank projects, through the Pavia Entrepreneurs Multi-Purpose Cooperative (PEMPC). The PEMPC, which was established by women market vendors, supports the economic initiatives of women.

Posted: Wed, 2011-03-09 11:09

The municipality of Jagna, Bohol is seeing an emerging model in which the local and national government are orchestrating improvements to grow the women-led home-based enterprise of calamay-making.

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