Republic of the Philippines

Public-Private Partnership Center

Gender and Development Corner

Vision and Mission
VISION

Women and men of the PPP Center to equally contribute in championing public-private partnerships that promote gender equality and women empowerment for the country’s inclusive growth and sustainable development.

MISSION

We, at the PPP Center, commit to bring about institutional change by promoting and providing equal rights and opportunities, and shared responsibilities among women and men through mainstreaming gender and development in the delivery of public infrastructure and other development services.

GAD Agenda
A. ORGANIZATION-FOCUSED
  • To increase PPP Center personnel awareness on GAD
  • To design and implement a capacity building program on gender analysis and GAD laws and issuances
  • To establish comprehensive sex-disaggregated data as basis for planning/policy decisions
  • To use gender-fair language in all transaction documents and communications
  • To have regular coordinating meetings where GAD efforts can be coordinated and status of implementation of the GAD Plan reported
B. CLIENT-FOCUSED
  • To capacitate Implementing Agencies on gender statistics, methodologies and analysis
  • To capacitate Implementing Agencies and LGUs on gender mainstreaming and responsiveness in all the phases (if necessary and applicable) of the PPP project
  • To establish a repository/database of gender related statistics
  • To expressly provide for GAD related obligations/ responsibilities in PPP contracts
  • To produce gender analysis reports, each of which has a score of at least 15.0 under the HGDG
  • To require analysis of gender issues and needs, as well as measures to address them, in all FS/BC
  • To enhance existing M&E mechanism to integrate GAD related indicators
  • To develop policy guidelines that will integrate GAD in PPP
GAD Committee Focal Point System (GFPS) Directory
Name Designation/Service Function Contact Number 709.4146
Ms. Dionne Marga M. Larin Training Specialist V/CBKMS- Chairperson (Lead for GAD Committee Steering Group) local 8101
Lani P. Ulep Chief Administrative Officer/AdS-HRD Vice Chairperson (Lead for Sub-Committee on GAD Advocacy and Capacity Development) local 7201
Ms. Maria Beatriz N. Quintos Planning Officer III/PFPEMS–PMD Vice-Chairperson (Lead for Sub-Committee on Mainstreaming Gender Safeguards in PPP Center Core Services) local 5103
Jun Ignacio M. Salcor IT Officer III/CBKMS – MISD Member local 8401
Janella B. Santiago Project Development Officer III//PDS – Social Division Member local 6105
Catalina R. Caraan Chief Administrative Officer/AdS-FD Member local 7101
Celso A. Agrabioso Jr. Project Development Officer IV/PDMFS–CRD Member local 3102
Marikis Florenz N. Garcia Project Development Officer III/PDMFS–PMD Member local 3203
Ronald M. Mangilin Project Evaluation Officer III/PFPEMS–PMD Member local 5205
John Emmanuel R. Pronto Project Evaluation Officer III/PFPEMS–PED Member local 5303
Gilbert S. Galvez Attorney III/LS-IOD Member local 4103
Jericho I. Galang Executive Assistant II/ODED Member local 2202
Eleazar E. Ricote Deputy Executive Director/ODED Advisor local 2201
Mildred A. Castillo Chief Administrative Officer/AdS–GSD Advisor local 7301
GAD Capacity Building Report
Building Institutional Capacity on Gender Empowerment in PPPC and Implementing Agencies

The PPPC Center through its Gender Mainstreaming activities has been conducting capacity building, knowledge and awareness training on the rights of women which are aligned with the Gender Equality and Women’s Economic Empowerment (GEWE) indicators of the Philippine Commission on Women through Output 1.1. on Gender sensitivity and competencies of duty-bearers and other stakeholders (private sector, employers, business owners, NGOs) in support of GEWE Increased. Topics range from gender sensitivity training to KSS on Magna Carta for Women to name a few.

In particular, the listing of capacity building and knowledge sharing programs also highlight the proportion of duty-bearers responsible for bureaucracy, politics and governance trained in GEWE and other GAD-related topics, by sex (O1-1-C8-3). Please refer to the attached matrix on the various KSS and capacity building programs on gender.

Institutional Capacity and Awareness Building on Gender Hours Year Date % Female % Male
2018
Feasibility Study Appreciation Course for Implementing Agencies incorporating gender responsive analysis   2018   53% 47%
Talk on women Empowerment   2018   64%  
Women inspiring women talk   2018   80% 20%
Symposium on Health and Fitness   2018   88% 12%
Film Showing   2018   100% 0
Gender Sensitivity Training   2018   59% (10) 41% (7)
Seminar Workshop on the use of the Harmonized Gender and Development Guidelines on PPP Contracts   2018   70% (35) 30% (15)
Briefing on Magna Carta for Women and Anti-Violence Against Women and Children   2018 Dec 11    
GAD Year End Assessment and Strategic Planning and Budgeting Workshop   2018   (11) (4)
Total Number of Capacity Building Programs for 2018 9
KSS and Capacity Building on Gender from 2019 to 2022
Institutional Capacity and Awareness Building on Gender Hours Year Date % Female % Male
2019
Gender Sensitivity Training (3rdQ)   2019   93% (13) 7% (1)
Gender Sensitivity Training (3rdQ)   2019   71% (20) 29% (8)
GAD Year End Assessment and Planning   2019   70% (16) 30% (7)
Capacity building workshop for Project Managers & other Technical Staffs on the use of HGDG on actual projects   2019   40% (8) 60% (12)
Total Number of Capacity Building Programs for 2019 4
 
Institutional Capacity and Awareness Building on Gender Hours Year Date % Female % Male
2020
Gender Sensitivity Training 5 2020 Jan 17 69% (9) 41% (4)
Short Course on Gender and Disaster Risk Reduction (GDRR) 50 2020 May 3-Jun 5 67% (2) 33% (1)
Online Course on Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion (GEDSI) 103 2020 Jun 29-Aug 27 100% (1) 0
Gender Sensitivity Training 5 2020 Aug 20 89% (8) 11% (1)
Fundamentals of Gender Mainstreaming: Review of Policy Imperatives on GAD and GM Concepts Webinar 4 2020 Sep 10 100% (1) 0
GAD Planning and Budgeting: From Preparation to GAD Funds Audit Webinar 4 2020 Oct 15 100% (1) 0
2021 GAD Planning and Budgeting 3 2020 Oct 19 & 22 67% (14) 33% (7)
genda: Formulating the GAD Strategic Framework and GAD Strategic Plan 4 2020 Nov 19 100% (1) 0
Gender Sensitivity Training 5 2020 Nov 24 33% (3) 67% (6)
Gender Scoping Activity 1.5 2020 Nov 26 61% (11) 39% (7)
Total Number of Capacity Building Programs for 2020 10
 
Institutional Capacity and Awareness Building on Gender Hours Year Date % Female % Male
2021
KSS on Monitoring for Gender Responsive Results: Actionable Steps 2 2021 Feb 19 53% (8) 47% (7)
Women’s Month Film Showing 1.5 2021 Mar 1 89% (8) 11% (1)
Gender Sensitivity Training 3 2021 Mar 17 100% (6) 0
KSS on GEDSI 2 2021 Mar 22 55% (12) 45% (10)
KSS on Unpacking Gender Analysis 2.5 2021 Mar 30 76% (22) 24% (7)
VAWC 2.5 2021 Mar 30 65% (22) 35% (12)
Online Course on Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion (GEDSI) 103 2021 May 7-Aug 31 0 100% (1)
Gender Sensitivity Training 8 2021 Jun 11 67% (6) 33% (3)
GAD Briefing for New members 2 2021 Jun 16 60% (3) 40% (2)
Virtual Regional Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion (GEDSI) Leadership Summit 10.5 2021 Jul 28-30 75% (6) 25% (2)
Online Session on Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Act and Anti-Traficking Act 2 2021 Sep 2 72% (23) 28% (9)
KSS on Gender and Social Safeguards 2 2021 Dec 3 54% (98) 46% (82)
Total Number of Capacity Building Programs for 2021 12
 
Institutional Capacity and Awareness Building on Gender Hours Year Date % Female % Male
2022
KSS on Developing and Assessing Gender Responsive and Inclusive PPP Projects: Foundation 2 2022 Jan 28 53% (9) 47% (8)
Online Learning Session on Women in the Midst of a Health Crisis 2 2022 Mar 7 70% (12) 30% (2)
KSS on National Women’s Day: Reproductive and Sexual Health Focus on Women 2 2022 Mar 8 93% (13) 7% (1)
Gender Empowerment: Defining for yourself and others 2 2022 Mar 9 61% (57) 39% (37)
Gender Sensitivity Training 6 2022 Mar 11 70% (7) 30% (3)
KSS on Safe Space Act: Defining Safety in the Workplace 1 2022 Mar 15 68% (41) 32% (19)
Total Number of Capacity Building Programs for 2022 (March 15, 2022) 6

The PPPC on average conducted eight (8) capacity building and knowledge sharing activities on gender sensitivity and competencies for its employees since 2018. Its commitment to gender mainstreaming is evident by including Gender Sensitivity Training as part of the induction training for new employees since 2018.

The Center has also conducted virtual training for its government counterparts to share gender mainstreaming for PPP project conducted last December 3, 2022, which was attended by 180 government employee participants (82 male and 90 female attendees).

The conduct of this activity is considered as an Institution-Capacity-Building (ICB) programs developed by the PPPC to strengthen the organizational capability of beneficiary groups, cooperatives and other organizations (O1-1-C8-2).

GAD Activities