According to ADB website, the project aims to build the capacity of executing and implementing agencies in delivering quality gender equality results from the central to the decentralized levels of operations. In particular, the TA will support the Local Government Engineering Department (LGED), a pioneer in mainstreaming gender both at the organizational and operation levels, strengthen their operational capacity to deliver effective gender equality results. The TA will also study the existing best practices at the central level and propose possible ways to translate these to the decentralized levels of LGED operations. Lastly, the TA through studying enabling mechanisms that have facilitated the mainstreaming of gender into policies, institutional structures, programs, and projects will explore ways to replicate and expand the LGED practices to other EA and IAs.
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