A flyer on Violence Against Women
This infographics booklet summarizes the results and accomplishments towards women’s economic empowerment of Philippine Commission on Women, national government agencies, local government units, private sector and WME groups under the GREAT Women Project. The booklet features the enabling environment for the GREAT Women Project.
This handbook is developed to provide barangay officials with a step-by-step guide in establishing and maintaining a Violence Against Women (VAW) Desk in their respective barangays. This tool contains information on how to efficiently and effectively address VAW cases. It also outlines the roles and responsibilities of barangay officials as well as VAW desk officers as person-in-charge of the Desk.
Implications to Local Government Units, Small Business Establishments and Women
This environmental primer, produced by the Environmental Management Bureau with technical assistance by the GREAT Women Project, details the Philippine Clean Water Act of 2004 alongside its gender and development dimensions, including the participation of women and women organizations in water quality management.
Implications to Local Government Units and Small Business Establishments
This environmental primer, produced by the Environmental Management Bureau with technical assistance by the GREAT Women Project, details the
Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000 and the participation of women in community solid waste management.
The Gender and Development (GAD) Taxonomy is a PCW-developed tool designed to help in classifying, organizing and accessing information and knowledge products on GAD.
This three-page brief summarizes the national, local and WME-level results and outcomes of the GREAT Women Project within years 2007 to 2013.
Communication Guide for Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE) is a PCW-developed information tool to assist enterprise desks and other similar enabling mechanisms for women microentrepreneurs to promote women’s economic empowerment (WEE) at the local level.
The case study is on making enterprises resilient require environmental soundness and gender-responsiveness, through the PCW-developed tool Environment and Social Management Guidelines (ESMG) that pushes forward environmentally-sustainable and gender-responsive enterprises. Adopted in 2010, ESMG is a tool that aims to identify and address environmental problems that may be caused by establishing new and up-scaling enterprises.
The DOST Gender Assessment Tool, an output of the GREAT Women Project, is a tool used for determining the gender-responsiveness of DOST technologies relevant to women enterprises.