Institutionalizing gender in TVET

Institutionalizing gender in TVET The GREAT Women Project (GWP) implemented by TESDA highlighted the process of mainstreaming gender and entrepreneurship in the Enhanced Technology-Based Community Training Program curriculum, through the development and use of gender-responsive training modules. The use of gender-responsive training modules in the curriculum hopes to stimulate the “tech-vocpreneurship” capabilities of women, thereby continue reading : Institutionalizing gender in TVET

Emerging Good Practices in Creating the Local Enabling Environment for Women Microentrepreneurs

Emerging Good Practices in Creating the Local Enabling Environment for Women Microentrepreneurs Quezon Province had been a staunch gender advocate long before the entry of the GREAT Women Project (GWP). It had a Provincial GAD Office, 40 municipal gender and development councils that met regularly, and one city gender and development council (CGADC). The GWP continue reading : Emerging Good Practices in Creating the Local Enabling Environment for Women Microentrepreneurs

When WEE Sees through the Lens

When WEE Sees through the Lens Infanta, Quezon did not regard GAD and women economic empowerment (WEE) as priority concerns and the municipality did not have WEE policies to speak of. Through the GREAT Women Project (GWP) however, Infanta learned to use a “ WEE lens” to assess policy directions, the gender capability of officials continue reading : When WEE Sees through the Lens

Integrating WEE: The GREAT Women Project Experience in Buenavista, Bohol

Integrating WEE: The GREAT Women Project Experience in Buenavista, Bohol Mainstreaming gender at the local level becomes a reality when key local plans such as the Annual Investment Plan and comprehensive local plans are infused with gender and women economic empowerment (WEE) perspectives through a participatory process. Buenavista, Bohol used as its main entry point continue reading : Integrating WEE: The GREAT Women Project Experience in Buenavista, Bohol

Orchestrating Change: Managing Multi-stakeholder Partnership in Advancing Gender and Development

Orchestrating Change: Managing Multi-stakeholder Partnership in Advancing Gender and Development 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. Jagna is known for calamay, a local delicacy made from glutinous rice. Calamay-making is a century-old industry continue reading : Orchestrating Change: Managing Multi-stakeholder Partnership in Advancing Gender and Development