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Organizational Gender Analysis (ASTI) and Project Case Study (“Commercialization of a Locally Developed Human Breast Milk Pasteurizer”): Table of Contents

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

List of Acronyms

Part I: Organizational Gender Analysis of ASTI

I.      The Philippine Science and Technology Framework. 1

II.     The Advanced Science and Technology Institute. 1

1.    Mandate and Functions. 1

2.    Objectives. 2

3.    Vision. 2

4.    Mission. 2

5.    Goals and Strategies. 2

6.    ASTI Organization. 3

7.    Human Resources. 5

8.    ASTI GAD Framework. 7

III.    Findings and Analysis. 10

1.    Organizational Gender Analysis. 10

a.     V-M-G-S.. 10

b.     Organizational Structure. 10

i.      Human Resources. 10

ii.     Lines of Authority. 12

iii.    Flow of Information and Communication. 13

iv.   Integrating Gender Mainstreaming in the Organization: Commitment and policy. 13

c.     Organizational Processes. 14

i.      Organizational Culture. 14

ii.     Conflict Management 14

iii.    Work culture & styles. 14

iv.   Systems & practices. 14

2.    Assessing the Progress of Gender Mainstreaming Efforts of ASTI Using the Gender Mainstreaming Evaluation Framework (GMEF) 15

a.     General Findings. 16

b.     Specific Findings. 16

IV.   Recommendations. 19

1.    V-M-G-S.. 19

2.    Policies. 20

3.    Overall GAD Plan. 20

4.    Programs and Projects. 21

5.    Organizational Structure. 21

6.    Organizational Processes. 21

PART II: Project Case Study: Gender Analysis of the Project “Commercialization of a Locally Developed Human Breast Milk Pasteurizer”

I.      Project Background. 22

1.    Rationale. 22

2.    Activities Conducted in Developing the Project 22

3.    Project Goals. 23

4.    Project Objective. 23

5.    Project Organization Structure. 23

II.     Gender Analysis of the Project 23

III.    Project Logical Framework. 26

IV.   Recommendations. 27

1.    Women’s Development Criteria. 27

2.    Policy Recommendation. 28

3.    Further Research. 29

4.    Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) Campaigns. 29

5.    Impact Evaluation. 29

List of Tables

Table 1. ASTI female-male staff distribution by gender………………………………………………5

Table 2. ASTI female-male staff distribution by age range…………………………………………..5

Table 3. ASTI female-male staff distribution by job function…………………………………………5

Table 4. ASTI female-male staff distribution by job appointment……………………………………5

Table 5a. ASTI female-male staff distribution by position (Technical) ………………………………5

Table 5b. ASTI female-male staff distribution by position (Administrative)…………………………6

Table 6. ASTI female-male staff distribution by educational background…………………………..6

Table 7. ASTI female-male staff distribution by highest educational attainment…………………..7

Table 8. ASTI 2007 Annual GAD Plan and Budget……………………………………………………8

Table 9. Project Logical Framework (Proposed)……………………………………………………..26

List of Figures

Figure 1. ASTI Organization…………………………………………………………………………..…4

References

“Organizational Gender Analysis of the Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI) and the Gender Analysis of the Project ‘Commercialization of a Locally Developed Human Breast Milk Pasteurizer'” written by Jeng Tetangco, Cindy Cruz-Cabrera and Queen Olivar | March 2007

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