Evaluation Details

: Final evaluation of UNJP on implementation of CEDAW Concluding Observations in the Philippines
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: Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (Thailand)
: 2010 - 2011,Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (Thailand) RO
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: Not Rated
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: $30,000.00
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: Non-core
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: Philippines Commission for Women, UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, ILO, Habitat, NGO implementing partners 1. Increased number of national development strategies (including PRSs, SWAPs, post-conflict reconstruction strategies, and other nationally-owned plans) incorporate gender equality in line with national commitments to women's empowerment (e.g., MDGs, SC1325, etc.) and human rights (e.g., CEDAW and regional human rights commitments) 2. Increase in numbers of Constitutions and legal frameworks and processes ? particularly those related to economic security and rights, women's care work, property and inheritance rights, trade, migration, ending VAW, and electoral and security sector reform ? that promote and protect women's human rights and eliminate gender inequality 3. Gender equality experts, advocates and their organizations and networks enhance their capacity and influence to ensure that there are strong gender equality dimensions in national laws, policies and strategies 4. Key policy, service delivery and media institutions have increased resources, structures, procedures, incentives and capacities to implement laws and policies that promote and protect women's human rights in line with global, regional and national agreements
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