To build the capacity of its GAD focal persons and program implementers in assessing and promoting gender responsiveness of programs and services, NWPC participated in an online course on Assessing and Promoting the Gender Responsiveness of Programs Projects, or the workshop on Harmonized Gender and Development Guidelines HGDG). NWPC and RTWPB officers attended the workshop from June 16-18, 2021.
The module discussed gender analysis and identification of gender issues at the program and project level application of the HGDG: Project Design and Project Implementation, Management, Monitoring and Evaluation (PIMME), GAD integration in project proposal development and GAD integration at the project implementation and management.
The Harmonized Gender and Development Guidelines (HGDG) is a set of analytical concepts and tools developed for integrating gender concerns into development programs and projects. It ensures gender equality and women’s empowerment results in programs and projects.