Design & Implementation of a Sustainable Gender Management System
The specialist course is an executive programme that guides delegates through a series of steps necessary for sound and productive system for gender mainstreaming.
The system is a comprehensive network of structures, mechanisms and processes for bringing a gender perspective to bear on all government policies, plans, programmes and projects.
The course look into GMS in detail and provides easy to understand and implement guide to gender mainstreaming in specific sectors; and resource documents to assist the user in gender analysis, monitoring, evaluation and other aspects of gender mainstreaming.
Each session of the course presents essential points in gender based projects, especially those implemented by policy makers, planners, field staff and other government personnel involved in gender main-streaming, as well as for NGOs, the private sector and others who have a stake in advancing gender equality and equity.
The course brings to bear all issues that affect today’s children, especially the girl-child, women and their male counterparts.
It is a must attend for women leaders in the public sectors, especially in government, at national, regional and local levels.
- A sound understanding of gender mainstreaming in conflict transformation.
- Developing strategies for promoting Human Rights of women and children.
- Able to develop poverty alleviation strategies for disadvantaged citizens, especially children and women.
- Able to work with women in politics, public sector, and other sectors and making your voice heard.
- Develop gender sensitive approaches in dealing with HIV/AIDS.
- Financing gender equality Able to carrying out public functions in acceptable gender friendly manner.
- Develop strategies for combating trafficking of children and women Able to follow the step-by-step guide to setting up an effective Gender Management System, and how to make it work.
Who should attend
Top executives at national, regional and local govt levels including fe-males, such as First Ladies, female Honourable Commissioners, female Permanent Secretaries, female Special Advisers, Local Government Chair-persons and female Heads of Local Government Commissions.