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

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Resources on Gender

DBM/NEDA/NCRFW. Guidelines for the Preparation of Annual Gender and Development (GAD) Plan and Budget and Accomplishment Report to Implement the Section on Programs/Projects Related to GAD of the General Appropriations Act. Joint Circular No. 2004-1. April 5, 2004

Huyer, Sophia. Gender and Science and Technology from an International Perspective. June 2004. Washington, D.C.

Longwe, Sara Hlupekile. Gender Awareness: The Missing Element in the Third World Development Project. 1991

Handout materials given out in WD231 class (2nd Sem, SY 2006-07): (1) The Tool as Instrument to Assess the Progress of Gender Mainstreaming; (2) The Gender Mainstreaming Evaluation Framework

Web Sources

“Framework for an Organizational Gender Analysis. Adapted from www.sdc.admin.ch/en/Home/Themes/Gender/General_and_thematic_tools/ressources/resource_en_24025.pdf

Resources on ASTI and Pasteurizer Project Documents

______________. ASTI Strategic Plan 2006-2010, version 1. Office of the Director. December 2006

______________. ASTI Personnel Profile. Human Resources Unit. March 15, 2006.

______________. Terminal Report of the Commercialization of a Locally Developed Human Breast Milk Pasteurizer. 2006

SEA Consultants, Inc. Preparation of a Technology Commercialization/Business Plan for ASTI’s Tabletop Breast Milk Pasteurizer. Technology Commercialization Plan. November 30, 2006.

SEA Consultants, Inc. Preparation of a Technology Commercialization/Business Plan for ASTI’s Tabletop Breast Milk Pasteurizer. Business Plan. November 30, 2006.

SEA Consultants, Inc. Preparation of a Technology Commercialization/Business Plan for ASTI’s Tabletop Breast Milk Pasteurizer. Market Feasibility Study. November 30, 2006.

SEA Consultants, Inc. Preparation of a Technology Commercialization/Business Plan for ASTI’s Tabletop Breast Milk Pasteurizer. Inception Report – Backgrounder. November 30, 2006.

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