Project Components and Expected Outputs

The PCW-UNFPA Project will implement two major outcomes, namely (1) enhanced enabling environment to promote and protect the rights or women and girls and to advance gender equity and equality, and (2) strengthened socio-cultural practices to promote and protect the rights of women and girls and to advocate gender equity and equality.

OUTCOME OUTPUTS INDICATORS
Enhanced enabling environment to promote and protect the rights of women and girls to advance gender equity and equality Enhanced capacity of government at national, regional and local levels to formulate, implement, monitor and evaluate policies and programs to ensure reproductive rights and to combat gender-based violence National and subnational mechanisms
1. Regional and local IACATVAWCs created/organized
2. R/P/MIACATVAWCs functional
3. Operational VAW facility
4. National, sub-national and local inter-agency referral system/mechanism on handling VAW cases established
Performance Standards
5. VAW protocols and standards developed
6. Issuance of national and local policies adopting performance standards
VAW reporting system
7. VAW reporting system at the national and local levels harmonized Capacity Building
Capacity Building
8. Strengthened capacities of R/P/MIACATVAWC to monitor GBV
9. Service providers trained on how to respond to GBV cases
Advocacy
10. Increased awareness of clients of the measures to prevent and address GBV
Gender Mainstreaming
11. Increased availment of clients of the measures to prevent and address GBV
12. GAD plans and budget formulated and implemented in LGUs
13. Gender is mainstreamed and institutionalized in RH service delivery and PopDev Planning
Strengthened socio-cultural practices to promote and protect the rights of women and girls and to advance gender equity and equality Strengthened capacities of CSOs, community and religious leaders, parliamentarians and the media to advocate women’s and girls’ empowerment 1. Discriminatory provisions against women and girls removed from national and sub-national legislations.
2. Framework for the integration of gender and rights concerns in existing socio-cultural practices developed
3. Increased knowledge and understanding and appreciation of gender equality, reproductive health, human rights and laws particularly among project partners (civil society organizations, community leaders and religious leaders

 

Project Component Manager

The PCW serves as the Project Component Manager for the Gender Component. As such, PCW is responsible for coordinating the development of annual work plans of the component, prepare the annual component progress report, organize component level meetings, facilitate information sharing of lessons learned and effective practices among implementing partners and discuss and address, to the extent possible, any constraints encountered in the implementation of the AWPs under the component.