1. The University Gender-responsive Extension Program shall bring into identified communities tested and mature innovations, knowledge, structures systems and methods that are gender-responsive

2. The University Gender-responsive Extension Program shall make sure the conduct of capability-building projects that enable beneficiaries, both women and men, to earn through livelihood skills training including the transfer of financial knowledge, information and applications.

3. The University Gender-responsive Extension Program shall include the provision of professional expertise such as consultancy services, mentoring, counseling, etc. by trainers/professionals and GAD experts.

4. The University Gender-responsive Extension Program shall ensure the conduct of advocacy programs/information dissemination through various media, meetings, lectures, distribution of IEC materials and if necessary, Gender Sensitivity Training to promote gender and development concerns.

5. Establishment of linkages/partnerships or networking with government line agencies and non-government organizations at the local, national and international levels shall be a strategy of the University GREP to ensure promotion of gender and development

6. To ensure smooth mainstreaming of gender in the extension program, all activities such as those mentioned above shall be evaluated using the Harmonized Gender and Development Guidelines (HGDG) before their implementation.  A follow-up evaluation may be done using the same tool to validate improvement in the integration of gender in the activity.

7.  Monitoring and documentation shall be among the functions of the GFPS. A report shall be submitted to include the following:

  • gender issues identified
  • sex- disaggregated data
  • data results/recommendations
  • actual budget used
  • names of personnel involved