Organizational Structure


1. Office of the Chairperson (OC)

Formulates the policy direction of the PCW with government institutions in pursuit of the PCW’s mandate;

2. Office of the Executive Director (OED)

Administers, oversees, and formulates policies for the day to day operations of PCW;

Manages the work and resources of PCW;

Facilitates the preparation and management of the strategic and corporate plans 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)

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.