Insight Thursday: Delivering Gender Equality Results: Drawing on Practices and Experiences of Project Teams
- Strong project design and at entry, SMART gender indicators, and implementation process that incorporates monitoring and evaluation systems from the beginning of the project implementation, and full engagement with executive and implementing agencies from an early stage are key to success of the project at completion overall and in delivering gender equality results.
- It is useful to start talking about project completion with executive and implementing agencies counterparts at an early stage of project implementation to plan and support a continuous system for collection of sex-disaggregated data and qualitative evidence of gender activities and deliverables. A clear Gender Action Plan reporting template is an important tool for monitoring and reporting on project gender designs.
- Having gender experts in the team, engaging them in all project related activities and meetings with counterparts, empowering and supporting gender specialists in their work, are critical elements if we want to make the project successful in delivering project gender results and initiate broader gender transformative changes.
|Date||Session / Activity||Presentation Material||Speaker(s)|
|24 Mar 2022||Opening Remarks||Samantha Hung, Chief of Gender Equality Thematic Group, SDCC , ADB|
|24 Mar 2022||Delivering Gender Equality Results: drawing on practices and experiences of project teams||Lessons Learned||Mairi Macrae, Senior Social Development Specialist (Gender and Development), Social Sectors and Public Sector Management Division, PARD, ADB|
|24 Mar 2022||Delivering Gender Equality Results: drawing on practices and experiences of project teams||Mian Shafi, Senior Project Officer, Pakistan Resident Mission, ADB|
|24 Mar 2022||Delivering Gender Equality Results: drawing on practices and experiences of project teams||Muzaffar Bukhari, Associate Project Officer, Pakistan Resident Mission, ADB|