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Study day: implementation of the EU GAP

27 October 2016,
9:00 to 17:30

This study day is designed to provide practical guidance to EC staff from the Delegations and HQ on meeting the requirements of the EU GAP. One year after the implementation started there are experiences and different levels of progress across countries; this study day will treasure these experiences and seek to draw on the practical lessons learned to boost action as needed.

Objective: Strengthen the capacity to meet the requirements of the GAP and the exchange of experiences across Delegations and HQ units.

GAP consultation with partners July 2015

GAP Consultation with the EUMS November 2015


GAP webinar for EC staff November 2015


Time   Title of session Description Resource

9:00 9:30

Introduction and presentation of GAP

Brief review of the preparation and adoption process

Review of the four clusters and some key practical orientation for implementation

Discussing coordination with EUMS

Marina Marchetti

9:30 10:15 Progress of implementation to date and some examples

Comparative view of the progress across countries 

Gender analysis: how have the EUD achieved it and methodology used

Marianna Lipponen
10:15 11.00 How to use GA for programming – Part 1

Use of the GA for Selection of objectives 

Use of GA for Annual Planning/ preparation of the Action Documents

Blerina Vila
11:00 11:30 Break    
11.30 12.15 How to use GA for programming – Part 2

Experiences from the implementation of GAP 1 in Zambia and Tanzania 

Engagement of hierarchy in implementation and reporting 

Key lessons learned

Eric Beaume
12:15 13:00 OECD policy markers

What they are 

How to apply them correctly 


To be confirmed
13.00 14.00 Lunch break    
14.00 14:45

Selection of indicators from GAP 

Integrating gender indicators in programmes

Brief overview of types of gender indicators 

Using gender analysis to inform indicators 

Methodological resources 

Some examples from progress to date

Blerina Vila
14:45 15:30 Reporting to on the GAP implementation 2016

Schedule for reporting 


Issues encountered and answers to frequently asked questions

Marianna Lipponen
15:30 15:45 Break    
15:45 16:30 Showcasing work done: examples from the Delegations

Explore methodologies for different types of programmes, e.g. regional, geographical, etc

Identifying common issues and responses provided

B1 + To be determined
16:30 17:30 How to use GA for programming – Part 3 Exploring the experience of generating and using gender analysis based on the Zambia EUD example James Mc Nulty
17:45 Wrap up

Quick overview of training resources Suggestions for other exchanges of experiences from this point on





Margherita Sofia Zambelli uploaded a new Document 11 October 2016

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