Author: Amelou B. Reyes, Chairperson, National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women
This paper is presented during the National Conference on Women Realities, Women Voices at Miriam College, 14-16 April 1999.
Gender Responsive Local Planning and Budgeting: A Guidebook For Beginners
This guidebook explains the importance of gender mainstreaming in local development planning and budgeting; enumerates guidelines in adopting gender responsive strategies and programs in the preparation of local plans and budget; and includes tips on how to implement the government’s gender equality policy as mandated under the Women in Development and Nation Building Act (RA 7192) and other laws.
Gender Mainstreaming and Institutionalization in the Budgeting Process: Primer
This primer provides budget people the mechanics on how to evaluate and review the various GAD budget proposals submitted by national government agencies (NGAs), government owned and controlled corporations (GOCCs) and local government units (LGUs).
A Guidebook on Gender Mainstreaming: How Far Have We Gone?
This guidebook has 3 separate booklets which are: Book 1: Rationale behind gender mainstreaming; Book 2: Applying the tool to assess gender mainstreaming; and Book 3: Using the tool for gender mainstreaming. It also includes the Gender mainstreaming evaluation framework (GMEF) matrix. This guidebook aims to track programs and provide GAD practitioners with a holistic view of the gender mainstreaming process. It provides a framework for goals, objectives and strategies for systematic gender mainstreaming; and cases of effective application of strategies at the various stages of gender mainstreaming in national agencies.
Guidelines for Developing and Implementing Gender-responsive Programs and Projects
This publication presents a step-by-step guide to decision-makers, project planners and implementors in providing them with firm basis for strengthening their efforts to address gender concerns and development.