Social oversight report- Santa Rosa de Copán
The document is presented in the framework of Financing for Gender Equality (F4GE), with European Union funds, specifically in the project of cooperation and assistance between UN Women and the Women Solidarity Commission (CCMS). It is a social monitoring report made to the City of Santa Rosa de Copan budget in the fiscal year 2013. The report contains the findings from the oversight process, in addition to comments obtained at the conference held socialization and validation between the CCMS,...
Gender budgeting handbook for civil society organizations
Gender and Corruption in LAC
The recent release of the Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) – Latin America and the Caribbean is an important step for understanding how corruption affects women. Based on a survey of more than 17,000 people in 18 countries across the region, the report reveals new data that could help develop more gender-responsive anticorruption programmes and policies.
Proposed Gender Strategic Plan for the Government Plan 2014- 2018
This document corresponds to a fifth product of the international consultancy for the development of a Gender Strategy Plan 2014-2017. Government of the Republic of Honduras; formulated a product as follows: "Final Document on the inclusion of proposed in the Sectoral Planning as part of the mandate of the Presidential Strategic Planning, Budget and Public Investment".
Outcomes Of the Gender Analysis in the Planning And Budgeting Process And the information System generated by the Institutions On the national budget
Manual to incorporate the gender perspective in municipal budget/ activities for the civil service
Costing Budget Guide With Gender PerspectiveII PIEGH
This document is introduced in the framework of the implementation of Gender Responsive Project (GRB) that was implemented until June 2012 at the municipal level in Santa Rosa de Copan Budgets and under the implementation of the Partnership Programme between the European Union (EU) and UN Women for gender equality (2011-2015), called Financing for gender equality(F4GE).