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GAD Planning and Budgeting

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franie solejon

on 8 May 2014

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Transcript of GAD Planning and Budgeting

General Guidelines
The LGU GAD Plan and Budget (GPB) shall be:

1. Formulated within the context of the LGU mandate to ensure gender mainstreaming in PPAs.

2. Synchronized with the planning and budgeting calendar (DILG-NEDA-DBM-DOF JMC 2007-01)

3. Incorporated in the CLUP, CDP, AIP, ELA and in sector plans (e.g. DRRM plans)

4. In identifying GAD PPAs, priority is given to emerging and/or continuing issues and concerns on:

6. Provision of adequate resources by the LCE; GPB implementation should not be affected by austerity measures.

7) The GAD budget, which is the cost of implementing the GAD plan shall form part of and is not in addition to the LGUs’ Annual Budget.

8) Consultation with employees and constituencies through accredited women or people/civil society organizations, among others to ensure the relevance of their GPBs.

9) GAD planning and budgeting shall adhere to Executive Order 43 s. 2011 (Social Contract) [bottom-up Budgeting]


1 . In consultation with local functionaries/ stakeholders, the LGU GFPS shall set the GAD agenda or identify priority gender issues to be addressed by the LGU during the three-year term of its leadership.

5. For effective planning and implementation of GAD PPAs, essential elements in GAD planning and budgeting should be in place:

(a) creation and strengthening of the LGU GFPS;

(b) capacity development on gender mainstreaming, gender-responsive planning and budgeting, gender analysis and gender assessment;

(c) institutionalization of the GAD database.

i. Review of GAD-related laws and policies relevant to the LGU (Section 2.0 and item C.1.4 of JMC);

ii. Results of gender analysis and/or gender assessment using sex-disaggregated data (LGU GAD database, Ecological Profile, CBMS and/or LGPMS/NHTS-PR, LGU’s major programs and services of the LGU reflecting gender gaps/issues);

iii. Results of program and project evaluation in terms of benefits to target beneficiaries; and

iv. Review of COA audit findings and GAD ARs to surface remaining gender issues not addressed in previous GPBs.

GAD Planning and Budgeting
2. Identify appropriate PPAs to address priority gender issues that are included in the GPB.

PPAs may be client-focused (addressing gender mainstreaming in regular/flagship PPAs); and organization-focused (addressing gender issues of the LGU and its personnel).

3. The GAD Budget is prepared based on the estimated costs of functions and PPAs translated from the demands/commitments identified in the GAD Plan.

4. Fill out the GPB and GAD AR forms

(Refer to Annex D: Guide in Completing the LGU GAD Plan and Budget Form; and Annex E: Guide in Completing the LGU GAD Accomplishment Report Form).

1. At least five percent (5%) of the total LGU budget appropriations authorized under the Annual Budget shall correspond to activities supporting GAD PPAs.

The GAD budget shall be drawn from the LGU’s maintenance and other operating expenses (MOOE), capital outlay (CO), and personal services (PS).

The GAD budget shall not constitute an additional budget over an LGU’s total budget appropriations.

2) The five percent (5%) GAD budget shall endeavor to influence the remaining 95% of the LGU budget toward gender-responsiveness.



Budget CANNOT be used for the following:

“Individual purpose” i.e. payment of fees for livelihood training of individual LGU staff
Livelihood activity will benefit the LGU organization, e.g. LGU’s cooperative
Livelihood options for retiring employees


Cervical cancer vaccination, mammography among others
provision of health cards
purchase of physical fitness equipment

1. Programs, projects, activities (PPAs) included in the DILG-approved LGU GAD plan, including relevant expenses such as supplies, travel, food, board and lodging, professional fees, among others;

2) Capacity development on GAD (e.g. Gender Sensitivity Training; Gender Analysis, Gender-responsive Planning and Budgeting, among others.);

3) Activities related to the establishment and/strengthening of enabling mechanisms that support the GAD efforts of LGUs (e.g. GAD Focal Point System, VAW desks, among others);

Salaries of LGU personnel assigned to plan, implement and monitor GAD PPAs on a full-time basis, following government rules in hiring and creating positions;

5) Time spent by LGU GAD Focal Point System members or LGU employees doing GAD related work. Overtime work rendered in doing GAD related PPAs may be compensated through a compensatory time off (CTO), following government accounting and auditing rules and regulations;

6) Salaries of police women and men assigned to women’s desks;

7) Salaries of personnel hired to manage/operate the GAD Office, if established;

8) LGU programs that address women’s practical and strategic needs (e.g. day care center, breastfeeding rooms, crisis or counseling rooms for abused women and children, halfway houses for trafficked women and children, gender-responsive family planning program, among others);

9) Construction expenses for the following : a) Day care center; b) VAWC Center; c) Halfway Houses for trafficked women and girls; and d) Women crisis center

10) Consultations conducted by LGUs to gather inputs for and/or to disseminate the GAD plan and budget;

11) Payment of professional fees, honoraria and other services for gender experts or gender specialists engaged by LGUs for GAD-related trainings and activities; and

12) IEC activities (development, printing and dissemination) that support the GAD PPAs and objectives of the LGUs.

Programs, projects, activities (PPAs) that are not in the LGU’s DILG–approved GAD plan;
Personal services of women employees unless they are working full time or part time on GAD PPAs;
Salaries of casual or emergency employees UNLESS they are hired to assist in GAD-related PPAs;
Provision of contingency funds or “other services” of PPAs; and
Purchase of supplies, materials, equipment and vehicles for the general use of the LGU.

The following expenses CAN NOT be charged to the GAD budget UNLESS they are justified as clearly addressing a specific gender issue:
Physical, mental and health fitness including purchase of supplies, materials, equipment and information dissemination materials;
Social, rest and recreation activities; and
Religious activities and implementation of cultural projects;
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