Transforming Government to Think and Act GAD: A Handbook on Gender and Development Training was developed in an effort to provide GAD trainers with conceptual handles and innovative approaches to GAD application. The Handbook is a tool to help agencies design their GAD training program and conduct training sessions. It has four parts. Parts 1-3 are included in Book 1 while Part 4 or Gender 101 comprises Book 2 of the Handbook.

This guidebook gleans from the experience of agencies that sought to transform themselves into more gender-responsive organizations through a review of their mandate, structure, leadership, culture, resources and other elements.

The book on Mainstreaming Gender in Development Planning: Framework and Guidelines describes how the integration of gender perspectives can enhance macro development planning particularly at the National Economic and Development Authority, the central planning agency of government. It focuses on the application of the tool in reviewing and drafting the Medium Term Philippine Development Plan (MTPDP). It develops a set of guidelines in the analyses, formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies, programs and projects to promote gender equality.