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Print Print 2024-02-18

FY25: ministries asked to furnish GRB estimates

  • The Finance Division also seeks details of activities concerning employment and economic opportunity as well as safety and security, political participation, and meaningful engagement
Published February 18, 2024

ISLAMABD: The Finance Division has asked the ministries and Divisions to furnish Gender Responsive Budgeting (GRB) estimates for the next fiscal year (2024-25) along with budget and revised estimates for the current fiscal year.

The Finance Division has uploaded an additional form on gender responsive budgeting on its website subsequent to Budget Call Circular (BCC) 2024-25 in which it has asked the Principal Accounting Officers (PAOs) to furnish BCC forms to the Finance Division (Budget Wing) by 14th June 2024.

The Finance Division has sought in forms gender responsive budgeting with respect to equality and quality in education; (i) deterring drop out and accelerate enrollment of out of school children with particular focus on female students; (ii) advancing digital skill and employability for girls; (iii) incentivising and supporting higher qualification pathways with focus on female youth; (iv) institutionalizing gender-transformative education; (v) providing carrier counseling training and guidance and; (vi) generating employability skill to ensure financial inclusion.

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While under health and well-being, the Finance Division in the form has sought activities about; (i) contextualizing available health services for female; (ii) integrating personal health and reproductive health in formal education streams; (iii) protecting and promoting female mental health; (iv) providing hygiene and sensation facilities in educational institutions, workplaces, and markets; (v) Implementing occupation safety and health (OSH) at the workplace Convention C-176 of ILO.

While under governance, the PAOs have been asked to furnish details with respect to promoting gender-responsive data analysis planning, programming, monitoring across all programs and all ministries; advocating for accountability at highest levels; promoting gender-responsive leadership; standardizing, collating, and harmonizing collection of data on gender development and convening holistic multi-sectoral participation etc.

The Finance Division has also sought details of activities with respect to employment and economic opportunity as well as safety and security and political participation, and meaningful engagement.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2024

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Sohail Ahmad Feb 18, 2024 09:44am
Prime Minister of Pakistan and Chief Justice of Pakistan are requested to expedite recovery of the fine from Malik Riaz for up to Rs. 450 as soon as possible to finance cash starve country.
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KU Feb 18, 2024 01:30pm
Year 2021-22, from a population of 64 million youth, 450K were enrolled in technical education, 800K in colleges, 1.9 million in universities, what about the rest of 61 million left behind? Pathetic.
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