2014 Gender and Development Plans and Budget

ORGANIZATION-FOCUSED

Gender Issue and/or GAD Mandate.

Limited capacity of DOE GAD FPS, Attached Agencies, and PRC secretariat in developing, implementing, monitoring and auditing DOE PAPs using gender perspective

Cause of the Gender Issues

Lack of holistic training on the relevant tools to incorporate GAD perspective in DOE PAPs

GAD Result Statement of GAD Objectives

To equip the DOE GAD FPS, attached agencies, and PRC Secretariat with necessary tools to enable them to develop, implement, and monitor gender responsive DOE PAPs

Relevant Agency MFO/PAP

MFO 1: Energy Sector Policy Services PAP: Institutional Capacity Building

GAD Activity

Output performance Indicators and Target

GAD Budget

Responsible Unit/Office

Conduct of trainings on Harmonized GAD Planning and Budgeting (HGDG), Gender Analysis, Gender Audit, Gender-Responsive Work and Financial Programming; GAD Monitoring and Evaluation;

 No. of workshops conducted; number of participants;

P2.6 M

DOE GAD TWG and Secretariat

 

Post –activity feedback and evaluation report prepared;

 

 

 

Inclusion of gender component in energy project proposal development

 

 

 

Project Proposals on GAD compliant with PCW guidelines

 

 

Conduct of Orientation/Study Visits to various DOE GAD PAPs sites/areas of activities and/or other countries’ best practices on Mainstreaming Gender Dimensions in Energy Development

No. of monitoring visits conducted by DOE-FPS to GAD-DOE projects sites

 

 

 

Study visit/s in one (1) / two (2) identified countries in Asia

 

 

Conduct of other related GAD activities to include regular meeting every 3rd Wednesday of the month, GAD Day celebration in December including the purchase of necessary logistics / supplies/ collaterals requirements for the purpose

Regular monthly meetings of DOE GAD FPS and Annual celebration of GAD Day activities sustained within the National Energy Consciousness Month calendar events

 

 

Participation in the events/ activities of the Philippine Commission on Women (PCW), Philippine Sports Commission (CSC), Department of Health (DOH), and other government agencies or LGUs/GOCCs, which may be related to sports fitness, health, wellness, and safety aspects as stated, among others, under the Magna Carta for Women &Children’s Act, etc., but not limited to the procurement of needed logistics/ supplies and collaterals requirements for the purpose

No. of GAD-related inter-agency events attended by DOE

 

 

 

Quality and quantity of training supplies, materials and collaterals disseminated to promote DOE-GAD programs and projects

 

 

Procurement/Hiring of GAD consultant and Job Order personnel to handle GAD technical and general administrative matters

Contracting/hiring of GAD consultant and J.O. personnel

 

 

Setting up of GAD Des/Room. This shall include equipment/ supplies needed

A dedicated GAD desk/room set up in the DOE

 

 

 

CLIENT-FOCUSED

Gender Issue and/or GAD Mandate.

Lack of proper knowledge on the health and safety risks of bote-bote fuel retailing insofar as the sidewalks/street vendors particularly housewives are concerned

Cause of the Gender Issues

Inadequacy of information as to the health and safety risks of bote-bote fuel retailing particularly among women vendors in municipalities, sitios, barangays

GAD Result Statement of GAD Objectives

To equip concerned publics (particularly women vendors) with the right information on the health and safety risks ofbote-bote fuel retailing

Relevant Agency MFO/PAP

MFO 1: Energy sector policy services
PAP: Policy research and formulation
MFO 2: Energy sector Innovation 
PAP: Consumer welfare and promotion (conduct of BAWAL: Beh! Bote-Bote Nga!”)

GAD Activity

Output performance Indicators and Target

GAD Budget

Responsible Unit/Office

Phase 1: Conduct of situational analysis /pilot testing (survey, focused group discussion, field validation, gender mapping, data evaluation and analysis)

No. of IECs conducted
Situational analysis in pilot areas where IECs were conducted

P1.0M

OIMB

Phase 2: Formulation of policy recommendation, Strengthening IEC through advocacy tools/materials development 

Policy recommendation formulated and approved by the Secretary for implementation 

 

 

 Phase 3: Implementation of support programs: capacity building, public-private sector partnership for small-scale gender-led entrepreneurship; replication to other areas, monitoring and evaluation

No. of capacity building activities conducted

 

 

 

Gender Issue and/or GAD Mandate.

Minimal influence of women on concepts, planning, decision-making and implementation of policies, programs, projects and services concerning RES

Cause of the Gender Issues

Lack of holistic approach to women’s organized and systematic participation in RES program

GAD Result Statement of GAD Objectives

To promote women participation in RE-based systems projects towards sustainable community transformation and development

To Promote RES technologies as a means to establish and support enterprise development and empowerment of the rural sector especially the women

Relevant Agency MFO/PAP

MFO 1: Energy sector innovation
PAP: Capacity building

GAD Activity

Output performance Indicators and Target

GAD Budget

Responsible Unit/Office

Conduct of seminar-workshop on the construction of a 6 cubic meter biogas digester

No. of trainings conducted

P250,000.00

DOE-MFO

Conduct of training on biogas technology

Number of women participating and nature/level of participation of women in RES projects

 P500,000.00

DOE-LFO

Conduct of promotional activities among the Affiliated Renewable Energy Centers (ARECS) in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao thru the Mariano Marcos State University (MMSU) – AREC

No. of AREC proposals received and approved by DOE-GAD FPS

P2.0M

REMB-SWEMD and AS-HRMD

Provision of technical assistance to the ARECs on project conceptualization and development

Quarterly conduct of Project Steering Committee (PSC) Meetings and inspection/ monitoring of project sites in MMSU-AREC service communities

Implementation of “Sustainable RE Development (SUREDEP) Through Gender Power Up-streaming For Southern Luzon (Bicol Region) Project” through the Bicol University-AREC

No. of capability building conducted among ARECs
No. of actual visits in the project sites of the ARECs
No. of PSC meetings and monitoring visits conducted

P2.0M

REMB-SWEMD and AS-HRMD

Establish community-based RES (CBRES) that will accelerate access to clean energy

CBRES established in Bicol Region

 

 

Monitoring RES installations in Bicol Region towards an update of their status and performance

No. of actual visits in the projects sites of the ARECs

 

 

Conduct capability building to empower men and women with CBRES

No. of trainings conducted

No. of women participating and nature/ level of participation of women in RES projects.

 

 

Document the impact of RE projects on gender empowerment consistent with the millennium development goals in the remote barangays in Bicol Region (Albay, Catanduanes, Masbate, Camarines Sur, Camarines Norte, and Sorsogon)

Publication and IEC materials developed (Research output)

 

 

 

Gender Issue and/or GAD Mandate.

Lesser no. of female high school students pursuing science and technology courses in college (i.e. geology, chemistry, engineering) compared to their male counterparts

Cause of the Gender Issues

Inadequate information and guidance on the various opportunities in the S&T fields

GAD Result Statement of GAD Objectives

To generate interest among high school girls to pursue courses in S&T

Relevant Agency MFO/PAP

MFO 1: Energy Sector Innovation

PAP: Capacity building of High School girl students

 

GAD Activity

Output performance Indicators and Target

GAD Budget

Responsible Unit/Office

Conduct of Girls and Science; Girls in Science seminar workshops in an atleast two (2) schools each in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao

No. of high school girls trained/lectured on the importance of S&T as a future career

P1.5M

ERTLS

 

Conduct of Girls and Science; Girls in Science seminar workshops in an atleast two (2) schools each in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao

No. of participants who actually enrolled/decided