Organization chart of the PCW
1. Office of the Commissioners (Comm)
- Formulates policies on substantive and operational concerns of PCW and establishes ties with government institutions in pursuit of the PCW’s mandate;
2. Office of the Executive Director (OED)
- Oversees implementation of policies formulated by the Commission, manages the work and resources of PCW;
3. Policy Development, Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation Division (PDPMED)
- Develops Gender and Development (GAD) policies/guidelines and spearheads the preparation of a national plan on women and gender equality;
- Provides technical inputs to ensure the gender-responsiveness of the government’s policies, plans, programs, and international commitments;
- Liaises with Congress and other concerned sectors for gender-responsive laws;
- Maintains a national monitoring system for gender and development indicators and targets; and
- Monitors and reports on the implementation of the Magna Carta of Women, GAD policies, and other relevant women/gender-related laws and international commitments.
4. Sectoral Coordination Division (SCD)
- Manages the coordination with and provision of technical assistance to sectoral agencies on gender-responsive policy development, planning, and programming;
- Reviews and monitors the gender-responsiveness of sectoral agency development plans, including gender and development plans, and consolidate sectoral inputs and perspectives in the overall monitoring and reporting responsibility of PCW; and
- Influences the gender-responsiveness of sectoral mechanisms, frameworks, tools, and policies.
5. Technical Services and Regional Coordination Division (TSRCD)
- Facilitates localization of the MCW through the provision of GAD-related technical assistance to regional line agencies and LGUs;
- Coordinates and conducts GAD capacity development sessions, e.g., GFPS Assemblies, GAD Plans & Budget Fora, partnership-building in training delivery, etc.; and
- Develops and updates modules and tools for GAD-related capacity building programs of LGUs and NGAs and mainstreaming the GAD perspective in government training programs.
6. Corporate Affairs and Information Resource Management Division (CAIRMD)
- Facilitates the preparation and management of the strategic and corporate plans of PCW;
- Provides strategic and reliable ICT infrastructure and services to facilitate access and exchange of information for GAD policy making, monitoring and planning;
- Manages the PCW’s Women’s Information Center which produces information and reference materials on women and GAD and provides information services to the public and to its target clients; and
- Leads in the development and management of PCW’s communication strategy for greater visibility and reach.
7. Administrative and Finance Division (AFD)
- Takes responsibility for the day-to-day administrative and financial support services, such as human resource management and development, budgeting, accounting, cashiering, records management, supply management, procurement, and general services.