The RETA will promote increased incorporation of Gender and Governance design features within ADB loans. Its outcome will be to identify sustainable strategies and mechanisms to increase women's participation in decentralized decision making processes and structures. The proposed TA will help: (i) stregthen policy and legal regulatory frameworks that support women's participation in decentralized decision making processess and structures (ii) assess the range and potential impact of ongoing and emerging gender reponsive budget initiatives (iii) develop mechanisms for interface among female representatives, and national women's organizations for lobbying and advocacy (iv) support the capacity of women elected nominated representative to perform their roles and responsibilities in local governments. Countries covered under the TA may include: CAM, NEP, INO and PAK.
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