||- The future strategy should clarify who is responsible for allocating funds towards the implementation of the strategy. For this, the JNCW can make use of the same funding model as is being used for the JONAP.
- Clarify the role of the JNCW and all other relevant stakeholders involved in the coordination or implementation of the strategy. Where possible, stakeholders should officially confirm their responsibility in the implementation of the strategy. Furthermore, Ministries should function as the main implementors of the strategy and other stakeholders (i.e. CSOs, private sector, etc.) should support those efforts.
- Responsibility should be based on the decision- making structure in Jordan. Therefore, JNCW will follow up with the gender focal points appointed in each governmental institution/ministry/municipilaty. These gender focal points should communicate with the relevant stakeholders at the national level and in their respective governorate as well as monitor and report on the progress of the implementation of the strategy.
- JNCW should be tasked with monitoring and coordination roles and providing technical support to implementation by relevant ministries and government officials and ensuring it is moving towards achieving results. The Interial Ministerial Committee IMC on the other hand, as a political body, should have an overarching role in ensuring implementation and promoting political will.
|Management Response Category:
||Women economic empowerment (SPs before 2018), Leadership and political participation (SPs before 2018), Governance and planning (SPs before 2018), Ending violence against women (SPs before 2018), Leadership and participation in governance systems (SP 2018-2021)
||National ownership, Advocacy, Promoting inclusiveness/Leaving no one behind
||Human Rights, Gender equality