The certification will provide facilitators with a method of organizational analysis for detecting and mapping discrimination at work, analysing accountability, evaluating and monitoring systems and instruments, developing a change-management approach, action planning, and identifying new challenges and possible improvements.
Past PGA participants trained by the ITCILO or the ILO, or having undertaken similar training; governmental, United Nations and civil-society staff, gender experts and candidates working on gender mainstreaming.
I can’t thank the Gender Team enough for the skills developed. My goal was to be more than passive about the inequalities while working on various projects in agriculture and financial inclusion. While I still have much to learn, I am more confident to contributing to gender equality, and more broadly economic empowerment in rural Uganda.
I believe that through increasing gender equality commitment of the organizations, we create more space to institutionalize gender equality, and ensure that policies and programs implemented from these organizations will have gender sensitive impact to the communities.
Participatory approach followed by PGA facilitators, according to my opinion is the best way to encourage the organization learning and advancing toward gender equality.