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Philippine Commission on Women

Gender and Development (GAD)


Planning and Budgeting
National Seminar-Workshop on
GAD Planning and Budgeting for Advocates
November 26, 2013

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I. Why do we need to do gender and development


(GAD) planning and budgeting?
II. How do we go about GAD planning and
budgeting?
- elements
- processes
- procedures for submission, review and endorsement
- chargeable and non-chargeable PAPs
III. Parameters for Review of GAD Plan and Budget

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Why do we need to do GAD


planning and budgeting?
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Because…
1. DIFFERENCES EXIST IN THE LIFE SITUATION OF
WOMEN AND MEN
– Roles, expectations, needs and interests differ due to
gender stereotype
– Unequal status, inequality as shown in discriminatory law,
policies as well as in data and results of programs

2. WOMEN’S OR GENDER ISSUES, WHICH ARE OFTEN


OVERLOOKED, HAVE TO BE ADDRESSED
- Apply gender perspective in planning and project
development

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Because…
3. WE NEED TO PRACTICE GENDER- RESPONSIVE
GOOD GOVERNANCE
– Government agencies cannot achieve good
governance without being transparent,
participatory, equitable, and gender-responsive.

4. LIMITED RESOURCES

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Hence the need to….
pursue equal opportunities for women and
men and ensure equal access to resources and
development results
abolish unequal structures and practices that
perpetuate discrimination and gender
inequality
capacitate institutions and people to instill
gender perspective
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Policy Imperatives for GAD planning and
budgeting
1. RA 7192 – Women in Development and Nation Building Act
2. General Appropriations Act
3. Joint Memorandum Circular 2001-01 for LGUs
4. Joint Memorandum Circular 2004-1 for NGAs, SUCs
5. RA 9710 – Magna Carta of Women Act of 2009
6. DBM, NEDA and PCW Joint Circular 2012-1 The Guidelines in
Preparing GAD Plan and Budget and GAD AR to implement
the MCW
7. DILG, DBM, NEDA and PCW Joint Memorandum Circular
2013-1 Guidelines on the Localization of the MCW

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RA 9710 – Magna Carta of Women

“GAD programs addressing gender issues and concerns shall be


designed and implemented based on the mandate of NGAs
and LGUs” (Sec 36.a)

“ All agencies, offices, bureaus, SUCs, GOCCs, LGUs and other


government instrumentalities shall formulate their annual GAD
plans, programs and budgets within the context of their
mandates” (Sec 37 A.1.a MCW IRR)

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How do we go about
GAD planning and
budgeting?
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Gender-Responsive Planning
It is the process of incorporating (identifying and
addressing) gender issues in the PLANNING PROCESS
by:
1. Generating sex-disaggregated data
2. Analyzing the situation with gender lens
 Being aware of personal and work- environment values
 Understanding how these values influence your work and decisions
 Being sensitive to gender issues
 Involving men and women in the planning process
3. Specifically identifying the gender issues
4. Addressing the gender issues in the plan
 Formulating gender-responsive programs and projects
 Formulating gender-responsive legislations
 Allocating funds
…. in the PLAN (Document)
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WHAT IS A GAD PLAN?

• A systematically designed set of programs,


projects and activities carried out by an
agency over a given period of time
• It addresses gender issues and concerns of the
agency clients and its personnel
• It is an integral part of the agency’s
Development Plan
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ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS IN GAD PLANNING AND
BUDGETING
1. Creation and/or Strengthening of the GAD Focal
Point System (GFPS)

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GFP Structure Composition
Department Secretary;
Bureau Directors; Chair
of Commissions, etc

Existing Agency EXECOM


or highest policy making
body to be headed by the
USEC OR Equivalent
positions as may be
designated by the agency
head
Planning, Finance, HRD,
Senior technical Officers
from operations units, Stat or
MIS (may be modified in the
Regional and SUC GFPS)

May follow the structure of


mother agency or at least
have a TWG headed by the
Director or equivalent
ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS IN GAD PLANNING
AND BUDGETING
2. Build capabilities of agency on GAD
- Gender Sensitivity Sessions/Trainings
- Gender Analysis and Tools for GA
- Gender Mainstreaming Tools
- GAD Planning and Budgeting
- Harmonized Gender and
Development Guidelines
- Issue Specific Training Sessions

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ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS IN GAD PLANNING
AND BUDGETING

3. Conduct Gender Audit

- ILO Participatory Gender Audit Tool/Process


- Gender Mainstreaming Evaluation Framework
- Gender Responsive LGU Ka Ba? (GeRL Tool)
- HGDG

4. Institutionalize GAD database and generate sex-


disaggregated data
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GENERAL GUIDELINES IN GAD PLANNING
AND BUDGETING
1. Guided by the desired goals and outcomes of
national laws and international commitments

2. Synchronize with and form part of the annual


planning and budgeting process of agencies and
LGUs

3. Utilize approved/existing agency budget to


implement GAD PAPs

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GENERAL GUIDELINES IN GAD PLANNING
AND BUDGETING
4. Adopt gender mainstreaming strategy to attain
desired outcomes (use of Harmonized GAD
Guidelines in conduct of gender analysis)

5. The GAD budget, the cost of implementing the GAD


plan shall form part of and is not in addition to the
NGA and LGUs’ Annual Budget.

6. Led by the GAD Focal Point Mechanism

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STEPS IN FORMULATING
THE GAD PLAN
1. SET THE GAD AGENDA

Central agencies in consultation with their regional and


attached agencies shall identify the priority gender issues
and/or specific GAD mandates that agencies will respond to
over a 3-year period.

In consultation with local functionaries/ stakeholders, the


LGU GFPS shall set the GAD agenda or identify priority
gender issues to be addressed by the LGU during the three-
year term of its leadership.

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STEPS IN FORMULATING
THE GAD PLAN
Priority gender issues may be derived from:

 Review of national GAD policies and plans


 Result of the conduct of gender analysis
 Results of program and project evaluations
 Review of GAD fund audit results and remaining
issues identified in the GAD Accomplishment
Reports

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STEPS IN FORMULATING
THE GAD PLAN
2. IDENTIFY APPROPRIATE PAPS TO ADDRESS
PRIORITY GENDER ISSUES : PAPs may be client
focused or organization-focused

Client-focused GAD Activities are activities that seek to address the gender issues of the
agency’s clients or contribute in responding to the gender issue of the sector

Organization-focused activities may seek to: a.) create the organizational environment
for implementing gender-responsive policies, programs and projects; b.) address
the gap in knowledge, skills and attitudes of key personnel on gender
mainstreaming; and c.) address the gender issues of employees in the workplace,
subject to the mandate of the organization

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In identifying GAD PPAs, priority is given to emerging
and/or continuing issues and concerns on:

a. Provision of basic
services and facilities b. Women’s
to protect and fulfill economic
women’s human rights empowerment, c. Participation in
d. Other
including right to including women’s governance
provisions
protection from participation in and decision-
of the MCW
all forms of violence economic making
governance
STEPS IN FORMULATING
THE GAD PLAN
3. APPLY THE HARMONIZED GAD GUIDELINES: in
assessing gender responsiveness of major
programs and projects

4. FILL-OUT THE REVISED GAD PB AND GAD AR


TEMPLATES: Annex A and B of JC 2012-01

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HGDG Application to
GAD Planning and Budgeting
 PCW-NEDA-DBM Joint Circular 2012-01, Section 6.4.1 states
that agency “may attribute a portion or the whole budget
of major programs” to their GPBs using the HGDG tool.
 Planning
– A tool for reviewing programs and projects
– Opens up possibilities of identifying areas for action to
enhance mainstream program/ project implementation
 Budgeting
– Estimation of how much of program/project budget can
be linked to the GAD budget
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OLD GPB FORM FOR NGAs (JC 2004-01)
GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT (GAD) PLAN
FY _____

Department:
Agency:
Major Final Output:

Program/Activity/ Gender Issue/ GAD Objective Identified GAD Target / Performance GAD Budget
Project Concern (3) Activity Output Indicators (7)
(1) (2) (4) (5) (6)

TOTAL

Prepared by:______________ Approved by:__________________ Date:_________

Recommending Approval: President:_____________________ Date:__________

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_______________________
NEW GPB FORM FOR NGAs (JC 2012-01)
ANNUAL GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT (GAD) PLAN AND BUDGET
FY 20____
Agency/Bureau/Office:__________________________ Department (Central Agency):___________
Total GAA of Agency:__________________________

Gender Issue Cause of GAD Result Relevant GAD Output GAD Source of Responsi
and/or GAD Gender Statement/G Agency Activity Performance Budget Budget ble Unit
Mandate Issue AD Objectives MFO/ (5) Indicators (7) (8) (9)
(1) (2) (3) PAP and Targets
(4) (6)

TOTAL XXX
Prepared by: Approved by: Date:
Chairperson, GAD FP System Head of Agency Day/Month/year
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COSTING AND ALLOCATION
OF THE GAD BUDGET
1. At least 5% of total agency and LGU budget under
the GAA shall be used to fund GAD PAPs
GAD budget is not an additional budget over agency’s total budget
GAD budget may be drawn from MOOE, PS and CO of agency

2. GAD budget may be allocated based on any or a


combination of the following schemes:
 A separate GAD fund to support GAD focused PAPs
 A fund to support the integration of GAD perspective in major programs of
agencies
 A counterpart fund to support gender-responsive ODA funded projects

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COSTING AND ALLOCATION
OF THE GAD BUDGET

3. 5-30% from ODA should be for GAD


supportive PPAs

4. Attributing the cost or a portion of the cost


of implementing major programs to the GAD
budget

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ATTRIBUTION (JC 2012-01)
1. If an agency intends to attribute a portion or the whole
budget of major programs during the GAD planning
and budgeting phase, it may subject the program to
gender analysis using the HGDG tool.
2. The use of the HGDG tool will yield a maximum score of
20 points for each program or project. Depending on
the score on the HGDG, a percentage of the budget of
the agency’s existing and proposed major program may
be attributed to the GAD budget as follows:

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HGDG Description Corresponding budget for the year of the
Score program that may be attributed to the
GAD Budget
Below 4.0 GAD is invisible 0% or no amount of the program budget
for the year may be attributed to the GAD
budget
4.0-7.9 Promising GAD prospects 25% of the budget for the year of the
(conditional pass) program may be attributed to the GAD
budget
8.0-14.9 Gender sensitive 50% of the budget for the year of the
program may be attributed to the GAD
budget

15.0-19.9 Gender-responsive 75% of the budget for the year of the


program may be attributed to the GAD
budget
20.0 Fully gender-responsive 100% of the budget for the year of the
program may be attributed to the GAD
budget
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Guide in Completing the GAD Plan
and Budget Template

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ANNUAL GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT (GAD) PLAN AND BUDGET
FY 20____
Agency/Bureau/Office:__________________________ Department (Central
Total GAA of Agency:__________________________ Agency):___________

Gender Cause of GAD Result Relevant GAD Output GAD Source of Responsi
Issue Gender Statement/ Agency Activity Performance Budget Budget ble Unit
and/or GAD Issue GAD MFO/ (5) Indicators (7) (8) (9)
Mandate (2) Objectives PAP and Targets
(1) (3) (4) (6)

TOTAL XXX

Prepared by: Approved by: Date:


Chairperson, GAD FP System Head of Agency Day/Month/year
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Gender Issue and/or GAD Mandate
(1)

The gender issue to be addressed should result from the review of sex disaggregated
data or analysis of relevant information that surface the unequal situation of women and
men. The issue could be client-focused or organization-focused ;

A client-focused gender issue refers to concerns arising from the unequal status of
women and men stakeholders of a particular agency including the extent of their
disparity over benefits from and contribution to a policy/program and/or project of the
agency

organization-focused gender issue points to the gap/s in the capacity of the organization
to integrate a gender dimension in its programs, systems or structure

The agency, SUC, or LGUs may directly cite a specific mandate that it needs to
implement, (e.g. based on a specific provision of the Magna Carta of Women)
Gender Issue and/or GAD Mandate
(1)

Client-Focused

Lack of integration of gender fair language and GAD core


messages in the curriculum

Need to increase awareness of students, parents and people in


partner communities on violence against women (VAW) and
other gender-related issues and concerns

Weak monitoring of compliance of SUCs and PHEIs on RA 7877


Gender Issue and/or GAD Mandate
(1)

Organizational-Focused

Limited capacities of agency focal point mechanism to advance


gender mainstreaming

Uneven level of appreciation of GAD within the organization


especially among top level officials

Inadequate support services for employees with young children


and breastfeeding mothers (affecting productivity, especially
among women non implementation of RA 10028)
Cause of the Gender Issue
(2)

It is important to establish the cause (what and the why


of the issue) of the issue to ensure that the GAD
program or activity will directly address the gender issue
leading to its gradual or complete elimination
Gender Issue and/or GAD Mandate Cause of the Gender Issue
(1) (2)

Client-Focused

Lack of integration of gender fair language Lack of capacity of the Technical Panels and
and GAD core messages in the curriculum Technical Committees on curriculum revision on
gender mainstreaming

Need to increase awareness of students, Lack of opportunity on raising awareness of


parents and people in partner communities students, parents and people in partner
on violence against women (VAW) and other communities on VAW and other gender-related
gender-related issues and concerns issues and concerns

Weak monitoring of compliance of SUCs and Lack of mechanism to monitor reported cases of
PHEIs on RA 7877 sexual harassment in SUCs and PHEIs
Gender Issue and/or GAD Mandate Cause of the Gender Issue
(1) (2)

Organizational-Focused
Members of the GAD Focal Point and Technical
Working Group lack the necessary competencies and
skills to initiate and sustain gender mainstreaming.
Limited capacities of agency focal point Non-implementation of PCW Circular 2011-01 on GAD
mechanism to advance gender mainstreaming Focal Point System

Uneven level of appreciation of GAD within the Limited or lack of top level support and champion for
organization especially among top level officials GAD issues manifested by low priority to implement
GAD related programs.

Inadequate support services for employees with Productivity of employees affected due to filial
young children and breastfeeding mothers obligations, affecting promotion of women to higher
(affecting productivity, especially among women positions or from participating in capability
non implementation of RA 10028) enhancement sessions.
GAD Result Statement/ GAD Objective/
(3)

Both the GAD objective and the GAD activity should respond to the gender issue
including its cause or the specific GAD mandates relevant to the
agency.

The GAD Result Statement/Objective Column clarifies and spells out the result
that the agency intends to achieve.

It may also be the intended outcome of the GAD mandate the agency
intends to implement (e.g. improved provision of gender-responsive PPAs for the
clients of the organization)
Gender Issue and/or GAD Cause of the Gender Issue GAD Result Statement/ GAD
Mandate (2) Objective/
(1) (3)

Client-Focused
Lack of integration of gender Lack of capacity of the GAD core messages and gender fair
fair language and GAD core Technical Panels and Technical language integrated in selected
messages in the curriculum Committees on curriculum curriculum
revision on gender
mainstreaming
Need to increase awareness of
students, parents and people Increased awareness of students,
Lack of opportunity on raising
in partner communities on parents and people in partner
awareness of students, parents
violence against women (VAW) communities on VAW and other
and people in partner
and other gender-related gender-related issues and concerns
communities on VAW and
issues and concerns
other gender-related issues
and concerns
- Compliance of SUCs and PHEIs on RA
Weak monitoring of Lack of mechanism to monitor 7877 regularly monitored
compliance of SUCs and PHEIs reported cases of sexual - Reported cases on sexual harassment
on RA 7877 harassment in SUCs and PHEIs properly addressed/handled by
functional CODI
- SUCs and PHEIs with functional CODI
Gender Issue and/or GAD Cause of the Gender Issue GAD Result Statement/ GAD
Mandate (2) Objective/
(1) (3)
Organizational-Focused Members of the GAD Focal Point GAD Focal Point System able to
and Technical Working Group lack lead gender mainstreaming
the necessary competencies and efforts of the organization.
Limited capacities of agency focal
skills to initiate and sustain GPFS with enhanced capacities
point mechanism to advance gender
gender mainstreaming. Non- to formulate, implement and
mainstreaming
implementation of PCW Circular monitor GAD PB.
2011-01 on GAD Focal Point
System

Limited or lack of top level Increased awareness on GM


Uneven level of appreciation of and identified top-level GAD
GAD within the organization support and champion for GAD
issues manifested by low priority champions
especially among top level officials
to implement GAD related
programs.
Employees with young children
Inadequate support services for Productivity of employees and lactating mothers provided
employees with young children and affected due to filial obligations, with private, clean and well
breastfeeding mothers (affecting affecting promotion of women to ventilated facility (for childcare
productivity, especially among higher positions or from and lactation)
women non implementation of RA participating in capability
10028) enhancement sessions.
Relevant Agency MFO/PAP
(4)

This column indicates the major final output of the agency that
can be integrated with gender perspective to respond to the
gender issues and/or implement the specific GAD mandate/s
identified in Column 1.

This ensures that gender perspective is mainstreamed in the


agency's mandates.
Gender Issue Cause of the Gender GAD Result Statement/ Relevant Agency
and/or GAD Issue GAD Objective/ MFO/PAP
Mandate (2) (3) (4)
(1)

Client-Focused Plans/Policies/
Lack of capacity of the GAD core messages and gender
Technical Panels and Technical
Standards/
Lack of integration of fair language integrated in
Committees on curriculum selected curriculum Programs for
gender fair language and
GAD core messages in revision on gender Higher Education
the curriculum mainstreaming

Increased awareness of students,


Need to increase Lack of opportunity on raising parents and people in partner
awareness of students, awareness of students, parents communities on VAW and other Extension
parents and people in and people in partner gender-related issues and Services
partner communities on communities on VAW and concerns
violence against women other gender-related issues
(VAW) and other gender- and concerns
related issues and
concerns
-Compliance of SUCs and PHEIs on
RA 7877 regularly monitored Plans/Policies/
Weak monitoring of
Lack of mechanism to monitor -Reported cases on sexual Standards/
compliance of SUCs and
PHEIs on RA 7877 reported cases of sexual harassment properly Programs for
harassment in SUCs and PHEIs addressed/handled by functional
CODI Higher Education
-SUCs and PHEIs with functional
CODI
Gender Issue and/or Cause of the Gender GAD Result Relevant Agency
GAD Mandate Issue Statement/ GAD MFO/PAP
(1) (2) Objective/ (4)
(3)

Organizational-Focused Members of the GAD Focal Point GAD Focal Point System able Staff Development
Limited capacities of agency and Technical Working Group to lead gender
focal point mechanism to lack the necessary mainstreaming efforts of the
advance gender mainstreaming competencies and skills to organization. GPFS with
initiate and sustain gender enhanced capacities to
mainstreaming. Non- formulate, implement and
implementation of PCW Circular monitor GAD PB.
2011-01 on GAD Focal Point
System

Limited or lack of top level Increased awareness on GM Higher Education


Uneven level of appreciation of and identified top-level GAD Services
GAD within the organization support and champion for GAD
issues manifested by low champions
especially among top level
officials priority to implement GAD
related programs.
General Admin and
Inadequate support services Employees with young Support Services
Productivity of employees children and lactating
for employees with young affected due to filial obligations,
children and breastfeeding mothers provided with
affecting promotion of women private, clean and well
mothers (affecting to higher positions or from
productivity, especially among ventilated facility (for
participating in capability childcare and lactation)
women non implementation of enhancement sessions.
RA 10028)
GAD Activity
(5)

Client-focused GAD activities are activities that seek to address the


gender issues of the agency’s clients or contribute in responding to the
gender issues of the sector.

Organization-focused activities may seek to: a) create the organizational


environment for implementing gender-responsive policies, programs and
projects; b) address the gap in knowledge, skills and attitudes of key
personnel on gender mainstreaming; and c) address the gender issues of
employees in the workplace.
Gender Issue and/or GAD Cause of the Gender GAD Result Relevant GAD Activity
Mandate Issues (2) Statement/ GAD Agency (5)
(1) Objective/ MFO/PAP
(3) (4)
Client-Focused

Lack of integration of Lack of capacity of the GAD core messages Plans/Polic Conduct of meetings with
gender fair language and Technical Panels and and gender fair ies/ the different Technical
GAD core messages in the Technical Committees language integrated in Standards/ Panels and Technical
curriculum on curriculum revision selected curriculum Programs Committees of the different
on gender for Higher disciplines for revision of
mainstreaming Education curriculum

(The meetings may include


orientation on GAD,
integrating gender-fair
language in curriculum,
etcfor the members of the
Technical Panels and
Technical Committees)

Issuance of CMO on gender-


fair language and GAD
integration in the curriculum
Gender Issue and/or GAD Cause of the Gender GAD Result Relevant GAD Activity
Mandate Issues (2) Statement/ GAD Agency (5)
(1) Objective/ MFO/PAP
(3) (4)
Client-Focused
Need to increase Lack of opportunity on Increased awareness Extension Conduct of
awareness of students, raising awareness of of students, parents Services Symposium/Forum on Anti-
parents and people in students, parents and and people in partner VAW laws among students,
partner communities on people in partner communities on VAW their parents and the people
violence against women communities on VAW and other gender- in the community (Anti-
(VAW) and other gender- and other gender- related issues and VAWC Act, RPRH Law, Anti-
related issues and related issues and concerns Trafficking Law, Anti-Rape
concerns concerns Law, Anti-Sexual Harassment
Law, Solo Parent Act, Anti-
Hazing Law and others)

Compliance of SUCs
Weak monitoring of Lack of mechanism to and PHEIs on RA 7877 Plans/ Policy issuance reiterating
compliance of SUCs and monitor reported regularly monitored Policies/ the creation of CODI in every
PHEIs on RA 7877 cases of sexual Standards/ SUC and PHEI including
harassment in SUCs monitoring of compliance to
Reported cases on Programs
and PHEIs the CODI policy issued by
sexual harassment for Higher
CHED in 2011
properly Education
addressed/handled by
functional CODI Updating of SUCs/PHEIs data
on CODI based on the results
of the compliance
SUCs and PHEIs with monitoring conducted by
functional CODI CHED
Gender Issue Cause of the Gender GAD Result Relevant GAD Activity
and/or GAD Issues (2) Statement/ GAD Agency (5)
Mandate Objective/ MFO/PAP
(1) (3) (4)
Organizational-Focused Members of the GAD GAD Focal Point Staff -Issuance of admin orders to
Limited capacities of Focal Point and System able to lead Development reconstitute and strengthen the
agency focal point Technical Working gender
GAD Focal Point
mechanism to advance Group lack the mainstreaming efforts
gender mainstreaming necessary competencies of the organization. -Continuing systematic capability
and skills to initiate GPFS with enhanced building for members of the GFP
and sustain gender capacities to and TWG
mainstreaming. Non- formulate, implement -Preparation of 2014 GAD Plan and
implementation of PCW and monitor GAD PB. Budget and 2012 Accomplishment
Circular 2011-01 on GAD
Report
Focal Point System

Uneven level of Limited or lack of top Increased awareness


appreciation of GAD Higher Education -Preparation of communication
level support and on GM and identified Services
within the organization and training plan for top level
champion for GAD top-level GAD
especially among top issues manifested by champions officials.
level officials low priority to -Conduct of orientation sessions
implement GAD related and briefings for top level
programs.
officials
Inadequate support
services for employees Productivity of Employees with
employees affected due young children and General Admin
with young children and Support -Setting-up of Day Care facility
to filial obligations, lactating mothers
and breastfeeding Services -Provision of lactation room with
mothers (affecting affecting promotion of provided with private,
women to higher clean and well wash room, refrigerator and
productivity, especially
among women non positions or from ventilated facility (for sofa set
implementation of RA participating in childcare and
10028) capability enhancement lactation)
sessions.
Output Performance Indicator
and Target
(6)
Indicators are quantitative or qualitative means to measure achievement
of the results of the proposed activity and how they contribute to the
realization of the GAD objective.

Quantitative indicators are measures or evidence that can be counted


such as, but not limited to, number, frequency, percentile, and ratio.

Qualitative indicators are measures of an individual or group’s judgment


and/ or perception of congruence of established standards, the presence
or absence of specific conditions, the quality of something, or the opinion
about something (e.g. the client’s opinion of the timeliness of service).
(RBM Tools at CIDA)
Output Performance Indicator
and Target
(6)
The target is an important consideration in budgeting that
specifies what the agency’s GAD plan and budget intends to
achieve within one year in relation to the GAD result or
objective. The target should be realistic and attainable
within the implementing period. Monitoring and evaluating
the GAD plan and budget will largely be based on attainment
of targets and performance indicators.
Gender Issue Cause of GAD Result Relevant GAD Activity Output Performance
and/or GAD the Gender Statement/ Agency (5) Indicator
Mandate Issue GAD MFO/PAP and Target
(1) (2) Objective/ (4) (6)
(3)

Client-
focused
Lack of Lack of GAD core Plans/Poli Conduct of meetings with 10 meetings with the
capacity of messages and cies/Stand the different Technical Panels Technical Panels and
integration
the Technical
of gender gender fair ards/Progr and Technical Committees of Technical Committees
Panels and
fair language Technical language ams for the different disciplines for conducted
and GAD Committees integrated in Higher revision of curriculum
core on curriculum selected Education Public Consultation re
messages in revision on curriculum (The meetings may include
gender proposed CMO
the orientation on GAD,
mainstreamin
curriculum g integrating gender-fair
language in curriculum, CHED Memo Order (CMO)
etcfor the members of the on gender-fair language and
Technical Panels and GAD integration in the
Technical Committees) curriculum issued and
published

Issuance of CMO on gender- Public Orientation re


fair language and GAD approved CMO
integration in the curriculum
Implementation of GAD
Integration in the
curriculum of 50 SUCs and
200 PHEIs within one year
Gender Issue Cause of the GAD Result Relevant GAD Activity Output Performance
and/or GAD Gender Issues Statement/ GAD Agency (5) Indicator
Mandate (2) Objective/ MFO/PAP and Target
(1) (3) (4) (6)

The need to Lack of Increased Extension Conduct of 2 symposia/Fora


increase opportunity awareness of Services Symposium/For conducted in the
awareness on on raising students, um on Anti-VAW partner
violence awareness of faculty and laws among communities with
against women students, staff on VAW students, their 100 participants by
(VAW) and faculty and and other parents and the 3rd quarter of 2014
other gender- staff on VAW gender-related people in the
related issues and other issues and community 1 Symposium/
and concerns gender- concerns (Anti-VAWC Act, Forum conducted
related issues RPRH Law, Anti- with 200 students
and concerns Trafficking Law, and 200 parents as
Anti-Rape Law, participants by end
Anti-Sexual of 2014
Harassment Law,
Solo Parent Act,
Anti-Hazing Law
and others)
Gender Issue Cause of the GAD Result Relevant GAD Activity Output Performance
and/or GAD Gender Issues Statement/ GAD Agency (5) Indicator
Mandate (2) Objective/ MFO/PAP and Target
(1) (3) (4) (6)

Weak monitoring Lack of Compliance of Plans/ Policy issuance At least one policy on
of compliance of mechanism to SUCs and PHEIs on Policies/ reiterating the sexual harassment issued
SUCs and PHEIs monitor RA 7877 regularly Standards creation of CODI by CHED reiterating the
on RA 7877 reported cases monitored / in every SUC and compliance of education
of sexual Programs PHEI including and training institutions to
harassment in Reported cases on for Higher monitoring of the provisions of RA 7877
SUCs and PHEIs sexual harassment Education compliance to Updated database on SH
properly the CODI policy cases
addressed/handle issued by CHED
d by functional in 2011
CODI Approximately 912 HEIS
Updating of monitored and evaluated
SUCs and PHEIs SUCs/PHEIs data for CODI compliance40% of
with functional on CODI based all HEIs in the country (40-
CODI on the results of 50% of total HEIs within
the compliance each region) have
monitoring established and functional
conducted by CODI
CHED
Gender Issue Cause of the GAD Result Relevant GAD Activity Output
and/or GAD Gender Issues Statement/ GAD Agency (5) Performance
Mandate (2) Objective/ MFO/PAP Indicator
(1) (3) (4) and Target
(6)

Organizational- Members of the GAD Focal Point Staff Issuance of admin Admin Order
Focused GAD Focal Point System able to Development orders to strengthening GAD
and Technical lead gender reconstitute and FP issued by Q1 of
Limited Working Group mainstreaming strengthen the 2014.
capacities of lack the efforts of the GAD Focal Point
agency focal necessary organization. GPFS
point mechanism competencies with enhanced Continuing 2 deepening
to advance and skills to capacities to systematic sessions on GAD
gender initiate and formulate, capability building conducted for the
mainstreaming sustain gender implement and for members of the member of GAD FP
mainstreaming. monitor GAD PB. GFP and TWG and TWG
Non-
implementation Preparation of Agency FY 2014
of PCW Circular 2014 GAD Plan and GAD PB approved
2011-01 on GAD Budget and 2012 and endorsed
Focal Point Accomplishment
System Report
Gender Issue Cause of the GAD Result Relevant GAD Activity Output
and/or GAD Gender Issues Statement/ GAD Agency (5) Performance
Mandate (2) Objective/ MFO/PAP Indicator
(1) (3) (4) and Target
(6)

Organizational- Limited or lack Increased Higher Preparation of -100% completion


Focused of top level awareness on GM Education communication and of communication
support and and identified top- Services training plan for top and training plan
Uneven level of champion for level GAD level officials. -Communication
appreciation of GAD issues champions and training plan
GAD within the manifested by Conduct of adopted by
organization low priority to orientation sessions management
especially among implement GAD and briefings -4 orientation
top level officials related sessions conducted
programs. by the end of 2014

Inadequate Productivity of Employees with Setting-up of Day Day care and


support services employees General Admin Care facility lactation room fully
young children and and Support
for employees affected due to lactating mothers functional by
with young filial obligations, Services Provision of second semester of
provided with
children and affecting private, clean and lactation room with 2014
breastfeeding promotion of well ventilated wash room,
mothers (affecting women to facility (for refrigerator and
productivity, higher positions childcare and sofa set
especially among or from lactation)
women non participating in
implementation capability
of RA 10028) enhancement
sessions
GAD Budget
(7)

The GAD budget is the cost of implementing the GAD plan. For
more realistic budgeting, the cost of implementing each
activity should be estimated by object of expenditure.

For example, if the agency conducts one GST, it should cost the
board and lodging (if training is live-in) or food for x number of
persons for x number of days, professional fee for resource
persons, supplies and materials, travel expenses,
communication costs for coordinating the training, among
others. It is possible that certain activities, such as nomination
of women to third level positions, do not have direct cost
implications
GAD Budget
(7)

The GAD budget may be drawn from the agency’s (CO), and/or
(PS) – based on the agency’s approved general appropriations.

All agencies shall allocate at least five percent (5%) of their


annual budget appropriations to support their respective GAD
PPAs. This “allocation” shall not act as a budget ceiling for GAD
PPAs but shall be utilized to influence the 95% of the agency’s
budget.
Source of Budget
(8)

•General Appropriations Act (GAA) of the agency;

•Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) of legislators;


•Complementation with LGUs and other government offices;
•Official Development Assistance (ODA);
•Corporate Operating Budget (COB) and;
•Partnership with private sector, NGOs, and CSOs, among others.
Gender
Issue and/ Cause of GAD Result Relevant GAD Activity Output GAD Budget
or GAD the Statement/ GAD Agency (5) Performance (7) Source of
Mandate Gender Objective/ MFO/PA Indicator Budget
(1) Issue (3) P and Target
(2) (4) (6) (8)

To Women Increase in the Scholars Provision of 988 Attributing GAA


increase lack number of hip and scholarships to Scholarships 75% of the
enrollmen opportuni women who Student women in non- provided to Total
ties to have availed of Auxiliary traditional and qualified female
t of pursue scholarships Services male- students who
Scholarship
women in higher from CHED; dominated want to enroll in Budget
non- education More women courses non-traditional Allocation
traditional due to would have the and male-
courses poverty opportunity to dominated
complete
With HGDG courses
(MCW rating of 15 =
Sec.16 tertiary
education in Gender
B.1.) non-traditional Responsive
fields and # and types of
pursue courses
productive enrolled by
women
engagement
Responsible Unit/Office
(9)
This column specifies the unit or office tasked to implement a
particular GAD activity.

The responsible unit shall have a direct knowledge or


involvement in GAD PPAs and shall periodically report the
progress of implementing its assigned tasks to the agency’s
GAD Focal Point System.
Guide in Completing
the GAD
Accomplishment
Report
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Preparation of
GAD Accomplishment Report

• Submitted together with GPB


• Prescribed template for GAD AR
• Agencies submit 2 copies of GAD ARs to DBM

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ANNUAL GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT (GAD) ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT
FY ____

Agency/Bureau/Office: ____________ Department (Central Agency) _______________

Total GAA of Agency: _____________


Gender Issue Cause of the GAD Result Relevant GAD Output Actual Total Actual Variance/
and/or GAD Gender Issue Statement/ Agency Activity Performance Result Agency Cost/Exp Remarks
Mandate (2) GAD Objective/ MFO/ (5) Indicator and (outputs Approve enditure (10)
(1) (3) PPA Target and d Budget (9)
(4) (6) outcomes) (8)
(7)

Client-focused

Organization-focused

TOTAL

Prepared by: Approved by: Date


Chairperson, GAD Focal Point Head of Agency Day/Mo/Year
Column 1: Gender Issue / GAD Mandate
• This column lists down the gender issues and/or GAD mandates identified
in the previous year’s GAD Plan and Budget (GPB).

• Gender issues and GAD mandates and commitments that were not
previously identified in the GAD plan and budget but were addressed or
implemented by the agency shall also be reflected.

Column 2: Cause of the Gender Issue


• This column lists down the causes or reasons for the identified gender
issues in the previous year’s GPB.

Column 3: GAD Result Statement/GAD Objective


• This column reflects the results/objectives that the agency intended to
achieve in relation to the GAD mandates and/ or gender issues it
committed to address in the previous year’s GPB.

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Column 4: Relevant Agency MFOs/PPAs
• This column reflects the agency MFOs/PPAs relevant and appropriate to
the gender issues and GAD mandate identified in Column 1 of the
previous year’s GPB.

Column 5: GAD Activities


• This column enumerates the activities or interventions that were
undertaken by the agency in response to the identified gender issues,
concerns and GAD mandates. GAD activities that are not included in the
endorsed GAD Plan and Budget but were implemented by the agency shall
also be reflected.

Column 6: Targets

• This column indicates the targets identified in the previous GPB which the
agency committed to achieve within a specific period.

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Column 7: Actual Results
• This column reflects all the results/outputs of the GAD activities that were
conducted and or implemented. It shall provide a description of the change that
has occurred after implementing a particular GAD activity. The agency must also
indicate the accomplishment of previously identified targets.

Column 8: Total Approved Agency Budget


• This column indicates the actual agency budget. The figure may differ from the
amount identified in the PCW-endorsed GAD Plan and Budget.

Column 9: Actual Cost or Expenditure


• This column shows the actual cost or expenditure in implementing the identified
GAD activities of the previous GPB. To avoid double counting and attribution, the
agency shall provide a breakdown of the expenditure if necessary.

Column 10: Variance/Remarks


• This column shall indicate any deviation from the identified results, activities,
targets. The reasons for the deviation as well as the factors that have facilitated
or hindered the implementation of the agency's PCW- endorsed GAD Plan and
Budget, shall also be cited.

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Schedule to be observed in GAD
planning and budgeting for NGAs
September (2 years before budget year):
PCW issues notification letters to all
line Departments

September-October:
Line departments or central agencies issue notification letters
to all their attached agencies, bureaus and regional offices;
agencies formulate their annual GAD plans and budgets

November:
Attached agencies, bureaus and regional
offices submit their annual GPBs and ARs
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Schedule to be observed in GAD
planning and budgeting for NGAs
November-December:
Central agencies with field and regional offices,
bureaus and attached agencies review all GPBs and GAD ARs

January (1 year before budget year):


Submission of reviewed GPBs and ARs to PCW.

January-February:
PCW reviews all submitted GPBs vis-à-vis GAD ARs.

March:
Central agencies submit revised GPBs to PCW for
approval and endorsement
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Submission, review and endorsement of
Agency GAD Plans and Budgets
• Regional offices of national agencies will submit their GPBs to
their central office. In the case of SUCs, they will submit their
GAD PB to CHED RO for review and transmittal to CHED CO
• The central office reviews submissions, forwards these to their
mother agency for transmittal to, review and endorsement of
PCW
• The agency GFPS reviews all submitted GPBs
• PCW acknowledges GPBs within two (2) working days, and
reviews it within 15 days. Agencies are given 30 days to revise
and resubmit enhanced GPB
• Agencies shall submit their PCW-endorsed GPB and AR to DBM
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Review and Consolidation of NGA Annual GPB and GAD AR
Agency submits to DBM with the rest of
their budget proposal

DBM (2)
PCW
Reviews and
Endorses (or returns
(1) if there are
Central office/
mother agency comments or questions)

Review and
consolidate Bureaus/Attached Agencies/
Central Office

Regional Office Regional Office Regional Office


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Review and Consolidation of NGA Annual GPB and GAD AR

2 1

Agency submits to DBM with the rest Reviews and Endorses (or returns
of their budget proposal if there are comments or questions)

Review and consolidate

Regional Office Regional Office Regional Office

SUC SUC SUC SUC SUC SUC SUC SUC


Expenses that CAN and
CANNOT be
charged/attributed to the
GAD Budget

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Expenses that CAN be charged to the
GAD budget
 PAPs included in the PCW-endorsed GAD plan, including
relevant expenses such as supplies, travel, food, board and
lodging, professional fees among others;
 Capacity development on GAD;
 Activities related to the establishment and strengthening of
enabling mechanisms that support the GAD efforts of
agencies (e.g. GAD Focal Point System, VAW desks, among
others);
 Salaries of agency personnel assigned to plan, implement
and monitor GAD PAPs on a full-time basis, following
government rules in hiring and creating positions;
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Expenses that CAN be charged to the
GAD budget
 Agencies may cost the time spent by GFPS members and of
agency personnel doing GAD -related work (e.g. auditors
doing audit of GAD funds) and charge this to the GAD budget.
Overtime work rendered in doing GAD related PAPs may be
compensated through a compensatory time off (CTO),
following government accounting and auditing rules and
regulations;
 Salaries of police women and men assigned to women’s
desks;
 Agency programs to address women’s practical and strategic
needs (e.g. daycare center, breastfeeding rooms, crisis or
counseling rooms for abused women);

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Expenses that CAN be charged to the
GAD budget
 Consultations conducted by agencies to gather inputs for
and/or to disseminate the GAD plan and budget;

 Payment of professional fees, honoraria and other services for


gender experts or gender specialists engaged by agencies for
GAD-related trainings and activities; and

 IEC activities (development, printing and dissemination) that


support the GAD PAPs and objectives of the agency.

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Expenses that CANNOT be charged to
the GAD budget

PAPs that are not in the agency’s PCW-endorsed GAD plan;

 Personal services of women employees UNLESS they are


working full time or part time on GAD PAPs;
 Honoraria for agency GAD Focal Point System members or
other employees working on their agency GAD-programs;
 Salaries of casual or emergency employees UNLESS they are
hired to assist in GAD related PAPs;

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Expenses that CANNOT be charged to
the GAD budget
 Provision for contingency funds or "other services" of PAPs;
 Car-pooling, gas masks for traffic/ environment enforcers, among others;
 The following expenses may NOT be charged to the GAD budget UNLESS
they are justified as clearly addressing a specific gender issue:
 Physical, mental and health fitness including purchase of equipment
and information dissemination materials;
 Social, rest and recreation activities;
 Religious activities and implementation of cultural projects; and
 Construction expenses
 Purchase of supplies, materials, equipment and vehicles for the general
use of the agency.

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PCW shall endorse GPBs if:

• They are part of the consolidated agency GPBs


• Additional information or comments are responded
and accepted within set time frames
• They are accompanied by GAD accomplishment
reports

DBM shall return to the submitting agency GAD plans


and budgets that do not have PCW’s endorsement.

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GAD Fund Audit

• COA to issue guidelines on GAD funds audit


and to conduct actual audit of GAD funds

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Parameters for
GAD Plan and
Budget Review
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GUIDE IN REVIEWING
GAD PLAN AND
BUDGET

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GENERAL GUIDELINES
GAD Plan and Budget Format
– Did it follow the prescribed format in the PCW-DBM-
NEDA Joint Circular No. 2012-01: Guidelines for the
Preparation of Annual Gender and Development (GAD)
Plans and Budgets and Accomplishment Reports to
Implement the Magna Carta of Women
– Did it completely satisfy the elements (gender
issue/GAD Mandate, Cause of Gender Issue, etc.)
prescribed in the GPB template?

Rule: If the not, suggest that the prescribed GPB template be


followed.

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ANNUAL GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT (GAD) PLAN AND BUDGET
FY 20____
Agency/Bureau/Office:__________________________ Department (Central
Total GAA of Agency:__________________________ Agency):___________

Gender Cause of GAD Result Relevant GAD Output GAD Source of Responsi
Issue Gender Statement/ Agency Activity Performance Budget Budget ble Unit
and/or GAD Issue GAD MFO/ (5) Indicators (7) (8) (9)
Mandate (2) Objectives PAP and Targets
(1) (3) (4) (6)

TOTAL XXX

Prepared by: Approved by: Date:


Chairperson, GAD FP System Head of Agency Day/Month/year
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GENERAL GUIDELINES

• Was the TOTAL GAD Budget allocation


reflected at the last page?
• Was there an indicated Date of Submission?
• If it followed the format, was the GAD Plan
signed by the Head of the Agency?

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GENERAL GUIDELINES
Content of the GAD Plan and Budget
• Conduct horizontal review to check whether the
elements are aligned.
• When in doubt, probe before
agreeing/disagreeing to any of the proposed item
in the agency GAD plan and budget.
• Client-focused and Organization-focused should
be clustered separately.

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GENERAL RULES IN REVIEWING
THE GPB PLAN AND BUDGET

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Column 1: Gender Issue/ GAD Mandate
• The agency should prioritize client-focused gender
issues/GAD mandates relevant to their sector/mandate;
however if the agency is still new to/or is in the early stages of
gender-mainstreaming it may prioritize organization-focused
issues. e.g. absence of GAD Focal Point System, lack of
knowledge and skills of the management and/or employees
on GAD, GM and GPB among others.

• The reviewer should be knowledgeable of the mandate of the


agency to be able to check the relevance and alignment of the
gender issues/GAD mandates identified by the agency. If
these are not aligned with the mandate of the agency, the
reviewer should recommend enhancement/identification of a
relevant gender issue/GAD mandate.

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Column 1: Gender Issue/ GAD Mandate

• In reviewing the gender issue/s or GAD mandates,


the reviewer may use as reference the mandate of
the agency, its sectoral priorities, national/term
plans e.g. PDP; OPIF and other policies relevant to
the agency.

• The reviewer should probe whether the identified


gender issue/s were also based on gender analysis.
This will encourage agencies to institutionalize
gender analysis within the agency.
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Column 1: Gender Issue/ GAD Mandate
• Check with previous GPBs and GAD ARs to ensure
that gender issue/s identified in the previous GPBs
have been responded to or to check if the gender
issue/s have always been included in past and
current GPBs. If so, the reviewer should be able to
probe the reason why or recommend other gender
issue/s or GAD mandate he/she deems more
pressing and what the agency needs to prioritize.

• GAD-related economic- and health issues are NOT


allowed as gender issues, UNLESS it is within the
sector and mandate of the agency proposing them.
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Column 2: Cause/s of the Gender Issue
• It is important for the agency to establish the cause/s
of the issue to ensure that the GAD
activities/programs will directly address the gender
issues leading to its gradual or complete elimination

• The reviewer should use this item to probe the


gender issue/s. If the reviewer deems that the
cause/s of the gender issue is not aligned, then
she/he should probe further by calling the agency or
recommend the possible cause/s of the gender
issues that she/he deems relevant/related.
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Column 3: GAD Result Statement/GAD
Objective
• The agency may also include a long-term objective relevant to
their mandate and gender issue/s of its sector.

• Check past GAD plans and accomplishment reports and probe


if GAD objective is repeated over time, if so, ask agency why
the repetition over time. The objective maybe repeated over
time if it cannot be realized within the period of the GPB. If
there is lack of progress in their GAD efforts, recommend that
the agency addresses priority gender issues that have not
been addressed or GAD mandate and priority gender issues
identified in gender-related term plans.

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Column 4: Relevant Agency MFO/PAP
• The reviewer should use as reference the
mandate and OPIF of the agency.

• The reviewer should be very familiar with the


OPIF of the agency to be able to recommend
or input in the identification of the relevant
MFO/PAP that can be integrated with gender
to address the gender issues/implement the
GAD mandate.
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Column 5: GAD Activity
• GAD activities must be related to the mandate of the agency.

• The agency may plan related GAD activities to achieve the


same objective over several planning periods until the GAD
objective or targeted result is achieved.

• Establishment/operationalization of programs to address


women’s practical and strategic needs (e.g. daycare center,
breastfeeding rooms) are acceptable GAD activities, however,
the reviewer should probe deeper and assess if the agency
employees really need it before allowing such activity. The
operationalization of such must still follow government
accounting and auditing rules and regulations.
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Column 6 : Output Indicators and Targets
• The targets and indicators should be
attainable within the implementation period.
The monitoring and assessment the GPB will
largely be based on the indicators and targets.

• The target is also the basis for the allocation


of the GAD budget.

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Column 7: GAD Budget

• Check if the reflected budget was broken down


into specific budget items especially very large
budget allocation
• It is possible that certain activities do not have
direct cost implications.
• Budget of ODA-funded GAD activities should be
reflected.

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Column 8: Source of the GAD Budget
• This should indicate the source of the
budget for the activities e.g. GAA, ODA, COB
among others

Column 9: Responsible Unit/Office


• The reviewer must be familiar with the
offices and units within the agency and its
functions to be able to verify the relevance
of the assigned office/unit in the
implementation of the GAD activity.
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Filters (FOR PROPOSED LIVELIHOOD
ACTIVITIES)
Budget CANNOT be used for the following purposes:
• Budget for “individual purpose” i.e. payment of fees
for livelihood training of individual staff , or
livelihood training within the agency
• Livelihood activity will benefit the organization/
agency e.g. agency’s cooperative
• Livelihood options for retiring employees

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Filters (FOR PROPOSED HEALTH-
RELATED ACTIVITIES)
Budget will NOT be used for the following purposes:
• Cervical cancer vaccination, mammography among
others
• provision of health cards
• purchase of physical fitness equipment

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In Summary…

Gender planning is not just a


technical process.
It is a political tool to push
government to address gender
issues and allocate resources for it.

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In Summary…

It is important for all


stakeholders to determine and
articulate their ISSUES and
CONCERNS.
Hence, there is a need for inclusive
and participatory process in
development planning.
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