Management Response

: Rwanda
: 2014 - 2018 , Rwanda (CO)
: Final Evaluation of the Joint Programme "Advancing and Sustaining Gender Equality Gains in Rwanda"
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: Rwanda
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UN Women Rwanda agrees in general with the lessons identified and recommendations proposed in the final evaluation of the Joint Programme "Advancing and Sustaining Gender Equality Gains in Rwanda". Evaluation recommendations have been taken into account within the framework of the new UN Women Rwanda Country Office Strategic Note (2019-2023) as well as within the new Joint Programme proposal developed with the National Gender Machinery (NGM). If funded, this Joint Programme will be a successor framework to the "Advancing and Sustaining Gender Equality Gains" programme. Furthermore, evaluation recommendations are addressed within the One UN Joint Work Plans under the development results on transformational governance and social transformation, as well as within NGM partner institutions’ strategic and work plans.

: Approved
Recommendation: Recommendation 1.1 National Gender Machinery (NGM) institutions to develop modalities of maintaining and sustaining the achievements realized, attracting and retaining specialists in gender responsive planning, communication and Monitoring & Evaluation
Management Response: UN Women Rwanda and programme Implementing Partners accept the recommendation. The comprehensive implementation thereof requires securing sufficient resources for the new Joint Programme on Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment. The status of the proposed activities will therefore also be updated in function of the progress made on Resource Mobilization.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Leadership and participation in governance systems (SP 2018-2021)
Operating Principles: National ownership
Organizational Priorities: Partnership
UNEG Criteria: Sustainability, Gender equality
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Pooling of resources under one Single Project Implementation Unit (SPIU) to support salaries of project staff and ensure their funding is strategically secure and institutionalized MIGEPROF 2023/06 Initiated National Gender Machinery Project staff (GMO, MIGEPROF, NWC) are managed under the SPIU and UN Women is proposing in the new programme prodoc to increase the institutional human capacity by providing for more robust staffing through Gender and Family Cluster as a technical coordination structure of gender equality work in the country.
Recommendation: Recommendation 1.2 Target capacity building of civil society organizations, private sector and institutions of higher learning, e.g. universities, on gender mainstreaming, gender responsive research and policy analysis
Management Response: The management responses under this recommendation can only be consistently applied if the new Gender Joint Programme is sufficiently funded. However, effective resource mobilization efforts are underway within the One UN through the Resident Coordinator Office managed Sustainable Development Fund (SDF) and the National Implementing Partners.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Not applicable
Operating Principles: Capacity development
Organizational Priorities: Partnership
UNEG Criteria: Effectiveness
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Capacity enhancement of government planners and budget officers including those from institutions of higher learning, CSOs and Private Sector in Gender Responsive Budgeting (GRB) and Gender Responsive Economic Policy Management Initiative (GEPMI) Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion (MIGEPROF) and Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MINECOFIN) in collaboration with UN Women 2023/06 Initiated The action to be taken is an inclusive part of the programme proposal document for the new One UN Joint Programme on gender which has been finalized pending resource availability to kick-start .
2. Conduct gender audit and gender seal in the private sector and provide technical support to ensure that technical skills are available for the implementation of recommendations Gender Monitoring Office (GMO) 2023/06 Initiated After a successful launch of HeForShe in Private Sector and the commitments from prominent CEOs , the UNDP built from the momentum instilled by UN Women and launched a gender seal certification process in private which also include extensive capacity building initiatives on gender equality at work place and the implications of gender responsive private sector.
3. Review of GEPMI modules to ensure that they are contextualised and aligned to national needs and planning frameworks Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MINECOFIN) in collaboration with the Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion (MIGEPROF), University of Rwanda and UN Women 2019/06 Completed GEPMI Modules were developed in 2012 but they need to be updated based on the most recent data and align to the new national development framework which is the National Strategy for Transformation (NST1) and the SDGs internationally.
4. Train newly elected Parliamentarians on Gender Responsive Budgeting (GRB) and the Gender Responsive Economic Policy Management Initiative (GEPMI) Rwanda Women Parliamentary Forum (FFRP) 2019/03 Ongoing Due to limited budget, there was a need to prioritize between two trainings; Transformational Leadership and GRB. In consultation with FFRP, the recommendation was to start by transformational leadership and to postpone GRB, in order to be able draw on the outcome of the training and await budget. Through the financial and technical support of UN Women, Rwanda Women Parliamentarian Forum (FFRP) organized an executive training held on the 23-24th of December 2019. 44 female parliamentarians out of 66 targeted Members of the Rwanda Women Parliamentary Forum (FFRP) undertook the transformational leadership journey through a two-day training. Their own testimony and initiated bills at parliament show a significant change towards gender equality in exercising leadership roles or applying gender lenses in their legislative roles.
Recommendation: Recommendation 2.1 Develop practical and innovative strategies to increase public awareness of gender equality and women’s empowerment policies, strategies and programmes, with a special focus on the districts.
Management Response: The UN Women Rwanda Office and Implementing Partners fully accept the recommendation and the implementation of the management responses has already been initiated through a Knowledge Management plan and the gender equality national accountability framework, including but not limited to Open Days and gender equality and women's empowerment accountability day/week.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Not applicable
Operating Principles: Advocacy
Organizational Priorities: Youth engagement, Engaging men and boys
UNEG Criteria: Effectiveness
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Development of a simplified booklet on gender sensitive laws in both Kinyarwanda (local language) and English. Rwanda Women’s Parliamentary Forum (FFRP) 2018/09 Completed The booklet presents a compilation of different gender sensitive laws to be disseminated to the wider public for reference and use.
2. Organize awareness raising campaigns on existing gender sensitive laws, policies, strategies and programmes National Gender Machinery (NGM) with support of UN Women 2022/12 Not Initiated Following the production of a compendium of gender sensitive laws, the National Gender Machinery (NGM) with support from the One UN is planning an extensive awareness raising campaign to enhance legal literacy of the general public on gender equality.
3. Organise an open day on gender equality and women’s empowerment National Gender Machinery (NGM) with support of UN Women 2018/10 Completed The open day was held successfully. The open day was an opportunity to showcase the existing legal and policy framework on gender equality as well as the innovative solutions applied in Rwanda in order to advance gender equality and women's empowerment with reference to the recently ended UN Women led Joint Programme "Advancing and Sustaining gender Equality Gains in Rwanda".
4. Organise regular gender accountability days in different districts of Rwanda Gender Monitoring Office (GMO) in collaboration with the Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion (MIGEPROF) and UN Women 2018/11 Completed Accountability weeks have been organized in accordance to plan, in Ngororero and Nyaruguru Districts with heads of villages and local authorities and a handbook on GBV prevention and response was developed and disseminated to heads of villages as a guidance tool in the GBV prevention and response endeavor. Accountability days will occur on annual basis and so far, there has been consistency in the organization of accountability days. The new JP will continue implementing and follow up on the Accountability days.
Recommendation: Recommendation 2.2. Developing a strategy and work plan to effectively implement various policies, strategies and Gender Responsive Budgeting initiatives that have been developed within the framework of the Joint Programme
Management Response: UN Women Rwanda and Implementing Partners fully agree with the recommendation, especially since the Joint Programme that has ended had supported the formulation of gender mainstreaming strategies for some sectors that need to be effectively implemented.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Leadership and participation in governance systems (SP 2018-2021)
Operating Principles: Oversight/governance
Organizational Priorities: Urban agenda (safe cities and safe public spaces)
UNEG Criteria: Effectiveness
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Mobilize funds to develop a comprehensive GRB programme National Gender Machinery (NGM), Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MINECOFIN), UN Women 2020/06 No Longer Applicable Covid-19 crisis and subsequent reprogramming of funds may not allow us to develop a comprehensive Gender-responsive budgeting (GRB) programme but now more than ever, it is important to apply the GRB skills and capacity built up to analyse the economic stimulus packages and new budget allocations in the recovery phase where health and social protection are taking precedence together with economic recovery initiatives. The country update of Gender-responsive budgeting, led by Minecofin, FFRP and GMO, does not necessitate a stand-alone GRB programme. Instead, a different approach is taken to mainstreaming GRB in all our work.
2. Ensure a systematic monitoring of the implementation of various gender mainstreaming strategies produced per specific sectors National Gender Machinery (NGM) and other line Ministries 2023/06 Not Initiated
Recommendation: Recommendation 2.3 Identify relevant partners to work with in implementing the policies and strategies and monitoring accountability at national and district level and in all sectors.
Management Response: UN Women Rwanda Country Office is committed to enhancing partnership with CSOs that have greater outreach at grassroot level to drive the social and cultural norms change for gender equality. CSOs are also expected to be instrumental in fostering universal access to justice for victims of GBV. This is an inclusive part of the new Strategic Note (2019-2023) priorities and the country office has undertaken the capacity assessment with some of the potential partners, including local and international NGOs operating in Rwanda as well as CSOs that have a strong footprint on Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Governance and planning (SPs before 2018)
Operating Principles: Oversight/governance
Organizational Priorities: Partnership
UNEG Criteria: Effectiveness
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Identify key partners for the new joint programme proposal on gender equality and women's empowerment that include CSOs, private sector, government institutions including the City of Kigali as well as UN Agencies National Gender Machinery and UN Women 2019/03 Completed Proposal for new joint programme on gender completed- programme approved by PAC for 2018-2023. Resources partially mobilized through Swiss Development Cooperation and SIDA. Programme implementation underway.
2. Explore other potential partnerships with key stakeholders National Gender Machinery (NGM) and UN Women 2019/06 Completed Satisfactory capacity assessments were conducted for new potential partners from civil society. CSOs partners that have strong grassroots level representation and operations are expected to be instrumental in ensuring that accountability on gender equality at local level is fully achieved.
Recommendation: Recommendation 3.1 Identify strategic interventions under programmes such as "HeforShe” and the Men Engage initiatives and support interventions that address the root causes of gender inequality and patriarchy.
Management Response: Addressing root causes of gender inequalities by addressing social and cultural norms that exacerbate gender inequalities is one of the priorities for the UN Women Rwanda Country Office throughout the new SN duration 2019-2023. The office is of the same view that tapping into the Rwanda’s momentum on HeForShe would add value to such interventions.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Not applicable
Operating Principles: Advocacy
Organizational Priorities: Engaging men and boys
UNEG Criteria: Effectiveness
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Address social and cultural norms that perpetuate gender inequalities with special focus at community level and in schools Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion (MIGEPROF) and UN WOMEN 2023/12 Not Initiated Social norm change has been included as an important pillar in UN Women's new Strategic Note 2019-2023 as well as within the new Joint Programme project proposal in support of gender equality and women's empowerment. The implementation of these programs is expected to start in January 2019.
2. Advocacy and capacity enhancement for an increased number of women and girls embracing Science, Technology, Engineering and Match (STEM) within their education and related career paths after school completion Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion (MIGEPROF) 2022/06 Initiated The Ministry of Gender and Family promotion (MIGEPROF) is leading the HeForShe campaign in the Country and part of the central triple commitments made by HE Paul Kagame, the President of the Republic of Rwanda, as Global Impact Champion for HeForShe is to bridge the digital divide and triple the number of girls in Technical Vocational Education Trainings (TVETs). The next campaign to be taken to Universities and Institutions of Higher learning will be centred around STEM.
Recommendation: Recommendation 3.2 Intensify advocacy, education, and communication by working with media houses, cultural groups and local leaders to address the root causes of gender inequality and changing mind-sets.
Management Response: UN Women agrees with this recommendation and intends to engage “Intego izirikana” which is a government formed proxy of traditional leaders in order to address cultural practices favouring patriarchal societies and harmful practices /gender based violence. Similarly, the media through the Rwanda media commission are expected to play a fundamental role to propagate gender equality messages. The Step It Up media campaign will be launched and leveraged in this regard.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Not applicable
Operating Principles: Advocacy
Organizational Priorities: Not applicable
UNEG Criteria: Effectiveness
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
Engage the Rwandan Association of Elders ‘’Inteko Izirikana’’ with the aim to address culturally rooted discrimination that encourages gender inequalities Ministry of Sports and Culture (MINISPOC) and UN WOMEN 2019/06 Completed MINISPOC has been supported to develop a gender strategy. The new office strategic plan for 2018-2023 identifies social norms and gender stereotypes as an area of focus. The work with the Association of Elders will continue in this regards.
2. Launch of Step It Up Media Compact Rwanda Media Commission (RMC), National Women Council (NWC) 2021/03 Initiated For strategic reasons the launch of Step It Up Media Compact was rescheduled to the year 2020. Activities are planned to be implemented as part of the 2020 AWP.
Recommendation: Recommendation 3.3 Document and disseminate good examples of gender mainstreaming at district and community level, and use the same as platforms for taking the campaign on addressing negative cultural norms and practices, myths and attitudes that promote gender inequality and discrimination against women national-wide.
Management Response: The UN Women Rwanda Country Office accepts the recommendation and the implementation of the office's communication and advocacy strategy will be a corner stone towards achievement of the recommendation.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Not applicable
Operating Principles: Knowledge management
Organizational Priorities: Not applicable
UNEG Criteria: Effectiveness
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Organize exchange visits among Districts to learn from one another on the progress made on leadership and gender responsive budgeting and planning as part of accountability campaigns. Knowledge products will also be produced from the visits and disseminated for emulation of the good practices Gender Monitoring Office (GMO) 2021/12 Not Initiated
2. Document and disseminate the success stories from the implementation of activity 3.1.1 (Address social and cultural norms that perpetuate gender inequalities with special focus at Community level and in schools) National Gender Machinery (NGM) with technical and financial support from UN Women 2022/12 Initiated
Recommendation: Recommendation 4.1 Building on the lessons learned from the Joint Programme, a new Joint Programme on gender equality and women´s empowerment should be developed in participatory/consultative manner, and various funding modalities and sources agreed upon to support such a programme.
Management Response: The recommendation is accepted and the formulation of the new Strategic Note 2019-2023 and the new Gender Joint Programme has involved extensive consultations and strategic prioritization within and outside the UN, Government and non-government partners.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Not applicable
Operating Principles: Not applicable
Organizational Priorities: UN Coordination
UNEG Criteria: Sustainability
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Develop a new joint programme on Sustaining Gender Equality in the National Strategy for Transformation Agenda 2018-2023) National Gender Machinery in collaboration with One UN, including UN Women as lead agency 2018/10 Completed A new programme proposal has been developed and resource mobilization is underway for the new Joint Programme on Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment
2. Use the lessons learned from the past Joint Programme to inform new UN Women Strategic Note 2019-2023 UN Women 2018/09 Completed Among other elements, the UN Women Country Office integrated the lessons learned from the implementation of the Joint Programme "Advancing and Sustaining Gender Equality Gains" within the new Country Office Strategic Note 2019 - 2023. The Strategic Note was also informed by other programme and UNDAP evaluations, stakeholder consultations and reports and research on the status of gender equality and women's empowerment in Rwanda.
Recommendation: Recommendation 5.1 Based on lesson learned from economic empowerment (start-up and giving out cows), consider expanding the economic empowerment interventions after a comprehensive assessment of the outcome of the Joint Programme interventions.
Management Response: Economic Empowerment constitutes a priority area within the new UN Women Rwanda Country Office Strategic Note 2019-2023. Additionally, the Rural Women Economic Empowerment Joint Programme (JP-RWEE) jointly implemented with Rome based agencies is expected to complement the gains that the Advancing and Sustaining Gender Equality Gains Joint Programme has achieved. The country office is also planning to strengthen community based Voluntary Savings and Loans Schemes (VSLs) in partnership with experienced Implementing Partners.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Women economic empowerment (SPs before 2018)
Operating Principles: Not applicable
Organizational Priorities: Not applicable
UNEG Criteria: Relevance
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Reinforce women's economic empowerment in UN Women Rwanda's next programming cycle with the new Strategic Note 2019-2023 by adding new partners who are succeeding with innovative approaches to promote Women’s Economic Empowerment, especially of the most vulnerable. UN Women 2023/06 Initiated
Recommendation: Recommendation 5.2 Focus more resources and action towards vulnerable teenage mothers and working with local government structures and NGOs in selected poor districts to support them economically.
Management Response: Within the framework of the Joint Programme “Advancing and Sustaining Gender Equality Gains in Rwanda”, UN Women had provided seed funding a national umbrella Civil Society Organization to socially and economically support teen mothers. The seed funding revealed to be impactful and corresponding interventions are expected to be scaled up throughout the duration of the new strategic note and the new Gender Joint Programme.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Ending violence against women (SPs before 2018)
Operating Principles: Promoting inclusiveness/Leaving no one behind
Organizational Priorities: Not applicable
UNEG Criteria: Relevance
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Support teenage mothers to uplift their livelihood security and reintegrate them into education system including Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) Gender Monitoring Office (GMO) and Civil Society Organizations 2022/12 Initiated
2. Leverage from inter-agency partnership and joint programming to address the needs of teenage mothers UN Women, UNFPA and UNICEF 2022/12 Not Initiated The three agencies including UN Women, UNFPA, UNICEF and UNDP have included within their programmes and Joint Work Plans (JWP) interventions that speak to the response to teenage pregnancies and teenager mothers.
Recommendation: Recommendation 5.3 Forge stronger ties with entities such as the Business Development Fund (BDF), Private Sector Federation (PSF) to enhance efforts to provide more effective outcomes for women economic empowerment.
Management Response: Implementation of the recommendation is initiated, building on and leveraging existing partnership with the Business Development Fund (BDF) and the National Women Council (NWC).
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Women economic empowerment (SPs before 2018)
Operating Principles: Not applicable
Organizational Priorities: Not applicable
UNEG Criteria: Effectiveness
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Strengthen women’s financial inclusion to increase the proportion of their uptake of loans and the amounts received by women as bank loans National Gender Machinery (NGM) in collaboration with UN Women 2023/06 Not Initiated The new UN Women Country Office Strategic Note 2019-2023 Theory of Change proposes strategic partnerships to enhance financial inclusion for women and promote business investments for women, including for those living in rural areas.
2. Continue advocacy to extend the scope of Business Development Fund (BDF) reporting on agreed, gender responsive indicators National Gender Machinery (NGM) and UN Women 2019/12 Completed An indicator framework was developed in partnership with the National Women Council (NWC) and the Business Development Fund (BDF) with the support of UN Women. The indicator matrix will serve to report on the gender responsiveness of service delivery for women access to finance and economic empowerment.
Recommendation: Recommendation 6.1 Support to the catalytic initiatives with CSOs and the Private Sector (such as mentorship for in and out of school girls, enhancing women’s financial inclusion through New Faces New Voices) that were implemented under the Bridge Plan should be extended and given sufficient funding and technical support for at least 2 years.
Management Response: The recommendation is accepted, with its implementation being contingent upon the availability of resources.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Women economic empowerment (SPs before 2018)
Operating Principles: Not applicable
Organizational Priorities: Not applicable
UNEG Criteria: Effectiveness
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Introduce innovative approaches to youth (girls) mentorship building on the "Because I am a girl Campaign’’. National Gender Machinery (NGM) in collaboration with UN Women 2023/06 Not Initiated Scale up the “Because I am a girl Campaign” to empower young girls in and out of school leadership and entrepreneurship skills.
Recommendation: Recommendation 6.2 National Gender Machinery and identified CSO and INGOs to work in partnership in developing a comprehensive programme to address emerging national issues like teenage pregnancies, youth and social/cultural issues and relationships.
Management Response: The recommendation, while accepted, has been found to overlap with previous ones (notably 3.2, 5.2 and 6.1). Similarly, the proposed actions are similar to the ones proposed under the mentioned recommendations.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Ending violence against women (SPs before 2018)
Operating Principles: Not applicable
Organizational Priorities: Partnership
UNEG Criteria: Relevance
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Expand the partnership with CSOs and INGOs in Rwanda for more outreach to the grassroot and community level UN Women 2023/06 Ongoing The new UN Women Rwanda Strategic Note 2019 - 2023 emphasises the targeted strengthening of UN Women's collaboration with Civil Society Organisations. In the areas of addressing social norms that constitute a barrier towards the achievement of gender equality, of economically empowering women and of ending violence against women and girls, Civil Society Organizations will strategically be engaged. Furthermore, UN Women Rwanda will continue working with the Civil Society Advisory Group. The capacity assessment for some future partner organizations has already been successfully concluded.
2. Capacity strengthening of the national gender and family cluster formed under the ending Joint programme ‘’Advancing and Sustaining gender Equality Gains in Rwanda’’ in order to create synergy and stronger partnership between the National Gender Machinery and all actors operating on GEWE in the country. Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion (MIGEPROF) 2023/06 Not Initiated The new One UN Joint Programme on gender equality and women's empowerment envisions to provide institutional support to the Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion (MIGEPROF) in order to technically empower the national gender cluster.
Recommendation: Recommendation 7.1 Develop and agree on national, district and sectors Joint Programme M&E framework and build capacities to effectively operationalize and use the framework at national and district level within the programme.
Management Response: The District Development Strategies (DDSs), the development of which was supported by UN Women for an enhanced integration of gender equality and women’s empowerment aspect therein, as well as the Gender Management Information System (GMIS), can be leveraged by UN Women and partners to monitor the implementation of gender equality commitments at national and district level.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Not applicable
Operating Principles: Capacity development
Organizational Priorities: Culture of results/RBM
UNEG Criteria: Efficiency
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Strengthen the capacity of the National Gender and Family Cluster that was revived under the ending Joint Programme ‘’Advancing and Sustaining gender Equality Gains in Rwanda’’ in order to create synergy and stronger partnerships between the National Gender Machinery and key stakeholders working on gender equality and women's empowerment in Rwanda. Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion (MIGEPROF) and UN Women 2021/06 Not Initiated The National Gender and Family Cluster as a technical oversight and coordination structure will among other responsibilities have to set up a harmonious monitoring and evaluation system to track progress on gender equality at all levels of governance in Rwanda. The new One UN Joint Programme on gender equality and women's empowerment in Rwanda will support the development and implementation of such a system.
2. Support the roll-out of the Gender Management Information System (GMIS) at district level Gender Monitoring Office (GMO) 2020/06 Overdue-Initiated The Gender Management Information System (GMIS) set up under the UN Women led Joint programme "Advancing and Sustaining gender Equality gains in Rwanda" will be rolled out beyond the current national and centralised aspects to also capture the progress reported from districts. Local Government entities will be using the platform not only to report on progress achieved in terms of advancing gender equality in Rwanda, but also for evidence based planning and decision making. UN Women are providing support to upgrade the system. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the system is not yet rolled out on district level but is expected to be once the situation allows.
Recommendation: Recommendation 7.2 Facilitating and supporting development of knowledge management strategies at national, district and sector level, researching, documenting, analyzing and utilizing evidence for decision making and programming.
Management Response: The UN Women Rwanda Country Office and Programme Implementing Partners accept the recommendation and propose to commission the formulation of Knowledge Management Strategy(ies) for the National Gender Machinery institutions and few decentralized entities/Districts.
Description:
Management Response Category: Accepted
Thematic Area: Not applicable
Operating Principles: Knowledge management
Organizational Priorities: Not applicable
UNEG Criteria: Sustainability
Key Actions
Responsible Deadline Status Comments
1. Develop and implement a Knowledge Management Strategy for the National Gender Machinery (NGM) in Rwanda National Gender Machinery Institutions, with the lead of the Gender Monitoring Office (GMO) and the support of UN Women 2020/12 Not Initiated The development of a Knowledge Management Strategy for the National Gender Machinery will be included in the 2020 Annual Work Plan for UN Women and the Gender Monitoring Office (GMO) as an Implementing Partner. The strategy is expected to highlight the most effective way to engage local government entities in the Knowledge Management processes as well as the dissemination and use of the knowledge products.