Project Title

Advancing Inclusion through Enhancing Women and Girls' Digital Literacy and Skills in the Context of Industry 4.0 

Project Year

2018   

Project Number

PPWE 02 2018A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

PPWE 02 2018A 

Project Title

Advancing Inclusion through Enhancing Women and Girls' Digital Literacy and Skills in the Context of Industry 4.0 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Women and the Economy 

Project Year

2018 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

90,000 

Co-funding Amount

27,000 

Total Project Value

117,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Policy Partnership on Women and the Economy (PPWE) 

Topics

Gender 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Viet Nam 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Chile; China; Japan; New Zealand; Russia; Chinese Taipei; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/06/2018 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2018 

Project Proponent Name 1

Nguyen Minh Hang 

Job Title 1

Deputy Director General 

Organization 1

Department of Multilateral Economic Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 

Postal Address 1

9th Floor, 2 Le Quang Dao, Me Tri, Nam Tu Liem, Ha Noi, Viet Nam 

Telephone 1

84-24 37995789 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

apecmofavn@gmail.com 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Nguyen Minh Hang 

Project Summary

Most jobs that are created nowadays require some form of digital literacy and skills. Digital capacity is imperative for inclusive growth in all economies, especially in the context of Industry 4.0 and the age of digital transformation, to unlock job opportunities and entrepreneurship. Enhancing women and girls' digital literacy and skills development will help advance their economic, financial and social inclusion, as they would be better equipped to not only enter the workforce but also have increased flexibility, pay, and potential for advancement.

In line with the continued importance that APEC and this year's host attach to advancing inclusion, the proposed project aims to further efforts toward building digital capacities for women and girls in the Asia-Pacific region through sharing experience and policies on facilitating their participation in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) education and training and access to digital services.

A workshop will be held in Viet Nam in the third quarter of 2019 with a view to: (i) promoting the exchange of information and policies on women and girls' digital literacy; (ii) developing best practices and recommendations to improve women and girls' digital literacy; and (iii) encouraging relevant collaborative initiatives in APEC.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: Nine in ten jobs that are created nowadays require some form of digital literacy, and nearly 80% of middle-skill occupations require digital skill like spreadsheet and word processing, according to recent data released by Burning Glass Research. Digital literacy is imperative for inclusive growth in all economies, developing and developed, especially in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and digital transformation.

Enhancing women and girls' digital literacy and skills development will help advance their economic, financial and social inclusion in the Asia-Pacific. Women and girls can be empowered through embracing STEM, ICT and enabling environment for employment and business opportunities. They would be better equipped for the future of work with digital knowledge and skills, such as coding and programing, to not only enter the workforce but also have increased flexibility, pay, and potential for advancement. Women entrepreneurs in Asia-Pacific, in particular, will benefit from better access to financial technology and e-commerce platforms to become more competitive in the global value chains.

Relevance – Eligibility: The project fits the eligibility criteria for the ASF Sub-fund on Women and the Economy as it supports the PPWE's mission and priorities (develop skills and capacity; and advance women and girls' inclusion and economic participation, in particular). Through the project, government officials and other participants of APEC economies will be able to enhance their capacity in implementing program or policies impacting women’s economic participation. The project is subject to PPWE endorsement. Women and girls and their perspectives are at the center of the project's design, implementation and evaluation. It takes a multi-stakeholder approach and addresses various of the PPWE's pillars impacting women's economic participation, including innovation and technology, skills and capacity building, etc.

Relevance – Capacity Building: The project focuses on capacity building through sharing of information and knowledge and exchange of experience and policies in enhancing women and girls' digital literacy and skills development. It is anticipated that the workshop and the resulting recommendations/best practices will help improve the related legal and regulatory capacities of policy makers and relevant stakeholders in APEC member economies, particularly developing economies and those with higher rates of digital illiteracy.

The project is also expected to contribute to identifying capacity gaps and further capacity building needs among member economies.

The outcome of this projec is also expected to help enhance policy coordination related to digital literacy and skills development for women and girls, and therefore  sustainably contribute to capacity building for developing economies in APEC.

Objectives

The proposed project aims to further efforts toward building digital capacities for women and girls in the Asia-Pacific region through sharing experience and policies on facilitating their participation in STEM, ICT education and training and access to digital services.

The workshop to be held in 2018 is aimed at: (i) sharing information and   coordinating policies on women and girls' digital literacy and skills development; (ii) developing best practices and recommendations to improve women and girls' digital literacy and skills; and (iii) encouraging relevant collaborative initiatives. 

At project’s completion, member economies, particularly developing economies, will have at their disposal a set of best practices and recommendations for enhancing women and girls' digital literacy and skills development.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  APEC Leaders in 2017 “encourage economies and the private sector to implement initiatives that enhance women’s economic empowerment, improve women’s access to capital, assets and markets, increase women’s participation in high-growth and high-wage sectors, and promote women’s leadership, entrepreneurship, skills and competencies.” and “Increase MSME’s innovation capacities, including by facilitating their access to finance,technology and capacity building, especially for women and youth-led businesses”.

The APEC Action Agenda on Advancing Economic, Financial and Social Inclusion endorsed by APEC Leaders in 2017 identified the priority areas of work to achieve a more inclusive APEC community by 2030, which include, inter alia, promoting the internet and digital economy, capitalizing on the opportunities, overcoming challenges presented by the 4th Industrial Revolution, and enhancing the social empowerment of women, including by enabling access to digital platforms. APEC Leaders also called on APEC fora to collectively propose in 2018 two initiatives for each of the economic, financial and social inclusion areas.

The project is well in line with the continued importance that APEC and this year's host attach to advancing inclusion, as demonstrated in the APEC 2018 theme "Harnessing Inclusive Opportunities, Embaracing the Digital Future" and two of the three policy priorities, namely, Promoting Sustainable and Inclusive Growth and Strengthening Inclusive Growth through Structural Reform.

Alignment – Forum: The 2017 APEC Women and the Economy Forum acknowledged the opportunities and challenges for women and girls presented by the digital age and the 4th Industrial Revolution, as well as their unprecedented impacts on the nature of work and women's economic inclusion and empowerment, in particular. Ministers and Senior Officials at the Forum reaffirmed their support for concrete and actionable measures to advance women's economic, financial and social inclusion. They also called for efforts to enhance women and girls' digital literacy to unlock job opportunities and entrepreneurship, including through targeted technical training.

The project aligns well with PPWE Workplan for 2018, which includes discussions and consideration of the challenges and opportunities for women’s participation in an evolving digital economy, including challenges for women brought about by digital disruption and the fourth industrial revolution. The project is also in line with the PPWE's Gender Inclusion Guidelines to integrate an equity-focused and gender-responsive approach to all APEC policy and projects.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: Pre-Meeting background documents prepared by the Contractor, including a  baseline survey to be given to 21 APEC members through the HRDWG contact points, to be circulate 2 months before the Workshop, focuses on measuring participants’ understanding of the theme and topics of the Workshop and their expectation of the Workshop; an overview report which gives preliminary assessment of the situation and related statistics; suggested agenda.

A Workshop in August 2019 : A two-day event,  with 6 sessions : (i) assessing the current situation of women and girls’ digital literacy in the region; (ii)exchanging on the current policies on women and girls' digital literacy; (ii) Sharing best practices and  scholars’ recommendations to improve women and girls' digital literacy; and (iv) developing recommendations to be submitted to PPWE’s Work Plan 2019-2021.

An endline survey  of participants (tailored on the standard APEC Survey template) to measure knowledge gain and participants’ satisfaction of the Workshop compared to their expectation.

A Summary Report documenting the key  findings and conclusions, summary of the discussion,  as well as the analysis of the result of the evaluation surveys.

A List of best practices and recommendations for enhancing women and girls' digital literacy and skills development for member economy to consider apply at their disposal. This list will be developed during the workshop by the contractor and  secretariat team and will be discussed in the concluding session for approval by the Workshop.

Other documents and presentations which are presented at the Workshop will be shared to participants.

Outcomes: For the medium terms (2019-2021), We expect the workshop will produce at least “10 recommendations for action” related to women and girl’s digital literacy to be built into the PPWE Action Plan 2019-2021.The current PPWE Action Plan 2015-2018 have set a very comprehensive action agenda for the PPWE, yet, in the last three year, attention has been much paid to issue of women’s access to capital, market, knowledge. The opportunities and challenges for women and girls of the 4th Industrial Revolution has not been highlighted  and elaborated enough considering the changing context of 4IR (This was only mentioned as a sub-item 2.5 “Technology and Innovation advances economic growth through women’s business enterprises and women entrepreneurs, including through increased female use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) assets” under Objective 2 “Advance women’s economic participation through five priority pillars”). This project output and recommendations will be one of the important source of intelectual feed for PPWE to workout the follow up Action Plan and Annual Workplan from 2019 with more focus on challenges and opportunities for women’s participation in an evolving digital economy, including challenges for women brought about by digital disruption and the fourth industrial revolution. Once the recommendations from the Project are taken into the new Action Plan, they will be the source for actions of PPWE in the next 3-year Action Plan. Members will be requested to initiate projects and carry out activities in line with the new Action Plan and report to the regular PPWE meetings on progress in their economy.

Participants can also benefitted by learning at the Workshop. In our experiences of organising similar events:the participants often asked for documents and presentation that they found relevant and useful for their work; the discussion will stimulate new ideas; and the workshop will also be a platform of connection between the participants including business opportunities (and Public-Private cooperation on the issue. From the Workshop there will be many possible outcome as the people from public sector might have new perspective to apply to their work; Scholars and experts will have more information and ideas to present and to lecture to the wider audiences; women participants will reorientating their priorities and pay more attention to training themselves on ICT skills…

Beneficiaries: Key/Direct Beneficiaries are the participants invited through HRDWG contact points and, depend on the nomination by the HRDWG contact points of each economies, they can be any representative from one of the 4 categories: government official, scholar, women association,  or women MSME.

Policy makers/regulators who are invited through HRDWG : participants from the government agencies from senior experts to DDG or DG, whose work and experiences related to HRD, gender, ICT . Further, government representatives should be aware of their own economies work to  share best practice, fully engage in the discussion. In return they can learn from the best practices and other recommendations to consider applying in their work

Academia/scholars, who have been doing research in this field and get hold of important statistics, analysis, and can present on suggested measures/recommendations.They also can find complement information and analysis from other researches.

Representatives from Women Organisations/Associations, who have statistics and case studies of the challenges that women and girls are facing in the 4IR. They can share the information and also learn from the Workshop to broaden their data knowledge

Women MSMEs: Representatives who can talk about challenges of new digital technologies in their business, challenges of catching up with other hi tech MSMEs in developed economies (in term of digital marketing, digital financing, digital management…)in the context of the Digital Age. In return, they can learn from both experiences and  success stories shared by others.

Indirect Beneficiaries

International  and Regional Organisations (UN, ASEAN, W20, OECD, WEF: Representative who have deep background knowledge and can share about the broad overview of international cooperation on the issue, and can give suggestion on measures and best practices from their respective organisations. They can also learn and acquire more information on the situation and cooperation in APEC.

Representatives from related Groups in APEC (ECSG, TELWG, PPSTI, HRDWG, SMEWG, ABAC), who can offer insights about ongoing work in their Group and oppoturnities of synergy and collaboration.

In the long term, the target beneficiaries are women and girls, who are the subject of discussion in the project and will enjoy more capacity building projects  or any policy change from member economies thanks to this Workshop.

Dissemination

Documents are including pre-meeting researches and documents, agenda, administrative circular, participant list, research papers and powerpoint presentations. Hard copies and soft copies will be provided to all the  participants at the Workshop. 

The Summary Report and The List of Recommendations will be APEC Publicaiton to be uploaded to the Publication Section of the APEC website,  after being endorsed by the Workshop and thoroughly check for  standard language, compliance with APEC Publications, IP and Logo Guidelines. 

Websites of the  Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Afairs, Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Viet Nam Women Association could also be used to disseminate the information with hyperlink to APEC website. 

A press release on the Workshop will be published on relevant media including the official newspaper of the Ministry of Labour, Invalids, and Social Affairs (www.laodong.vn ) and MOFA Viet Nam (www.baoquocte.vn).

Press Release and selected documents (subjected to PPWE’s approval) will be provide to the official websites of UN, ASEAN, OECD, and any other Women Originations  deemed fit. 

The target audience includes those who are interested in, involved directly or indirectly in including governments’ officials, educator, trainors, representatives from business and business associations.  There is no intention to sell the outputs delivered by this project. Member economies are expected to disseminate results of the Workshop with their respective agencies and business communities through their websites. All organizations, academia and other participants involved in the Workshop are also expected to share its outcomes. 

There is no intention to sell outputs arising from this project. 

We will ensure reporting, and other written outputs associated with this project will be presented to the Secretariat in a standard of English which requires no further copy-editing. The Completion Report and the List of Recommendation, which will be distributed and published as an APEC publication, will be prepared in accordance with the Guidebook on APEC Projects, the APEC Publication Guidelines and the APEC Logo Guidelines.

Gender

Gender will be a strong advantage of this project as it targets women and girls. The recommendations of this project are expected to be taken by member economies, which therefore lead to more policy coordination and the creation of more favourable policies on digital education for women and girls.

Gender issue is seriously considered in this projects. Women are involved in the development of this proposal and both men and women will get equal opportunity to participate in the project implementation including in the process of preparatory stage, consultation and direct labours, etc. In addition, to address gender concern and make sure that men and women are engaged efficiently in the workshop, the survey delivered at the end of the workshop will include information on gender to aggregate for project assessment.

Female participation as speakers or delegates to the workshop will be encouraged targeted to be at least 40%.

However, it is still based on the highest efficiency of the project, therefore, the percentage of female speakers and participants may be adjusted to be more or less at a later stage). The organizers will make sure that women are most encouraged and created favorable conditions to take part in and contribute to the workshop by disseminating information and invitation to as many women as possible. For example, invitations will be sent through APEC PPWE (Policy Partnership on Women and the Economy), women business associations of Viet Nam and APEC member economies if available to invite and draw their attention to the workshop. The project aims to target 55-70% of female participation and men to be at least 30% of the participants.

Work Plan

Timing

Activities

Deliverables

Feb 2018 – Mar 2018

Develop and submit concept note to APEC for consideration.

Concept Note

Mar 2018 – May 2018

Develop the full Project Proposal.

Proposal

June 2018 - July 2018

Finalize the Proposal

Proposal that met the Quality assessment

July 2018- 30 Dec 2018

Contact relevance academies/agencies to find the candidate contractors

Request for submission of CVs and related qualifications

Interview and select the candidate

Draft the TOR

Prepare the justification letter to APEC Sec

Inform the selected candidate on the contract’s terms and conditions

 PO and Contractor sign the contract

The ToR or Scope of Services;

CV of a recommended contractor;

A written justification for the choice of contractor.

Notice that the recommended contractor agrees to the standard contract terms and conditions; and

Notice of declaration from the contractor

1-30 Jan 2019

Contractor to prepare background documents and draft Agenda

PO to work with co-sponsors to identify speakers and to consult on the theme and method of organisation

Background Documents includes (statistics on the issue of women and girl’s digital literacy in the region; a preliminary assessment of the situation; suggested agenda)

Preliminary list of speakers

1-15 Feb 2019

PO to circulate the Agenda and background documents for co-sponsors and members’ comments

PO to send out invitation to speakers and request them to prepare presentations

Draft Agenda with information of key speakers

15-28 Feb 2019

PO and Contractor to check the feed back and make adjusment to the Agenda and background documents

PO to check on the response of speakers and make necessary adjustment if speakers do not  response.

Updated pre-meeting documents

Revised Agenda and confirmed list of speakers.

Mar 2019

The Contractor to continue to prepare for sustaintive issue of the Workshop.

The organizer to send out invitation to all participants, preparing finance, advance payment, secure venue and services for the workshop.

Finalised documents, agenda and confirmed list of speakers

Financial portfolio of the Workshop

Invitations to all participants and baseline surveys

Preparation checklist

April 2019

Conduct the Workshop

Background research and documents submitted by contractor

Activities carried out

Summary Report

List of Recommendations

Publication on APEC website

endline survey collected and reviewed

May 2019

Circulate the summary report and list of recommendations to PPWE and propose next steps.

Recommendations to PPWE

June 2019

Submit the Completion Report and supporting documents to the APEC Secretariat

Completion Report and supporting document

Nov 2019

Participate in the Long term evaluation report of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat

Long term evaluation report



Risks

To ensure that the workshop is effective, early consultation on its content and methodology (6 months before the event) would be held with APEC experts, external contractors and relevant international agencies. 

To ensure the gender-sific of this work shop, the propotion of attendants will be carefully monitored to ensure more than 50% of the participants are women, early invitation and consultation with APEC members’ relevant departments and international agencies will be conducted. The PO will maintain communications with participants, do a check 3 months before the event to allow postponement, and has a list of possible replacement participants. 

Another risk is short of capable speakers. Three months before the event ,The PO will make sure to work closely with potential speakers to secure their full participation and ask for a soft copy of presentation in advance.

To avoid duplication the PO will consult closely with the overseer of relevant projects to identify any overlapping contents.

Besides, any delays or untimely preparation will be strictly addressed. At the early implementation stage of this project, a team which is in charge of visa application, contract engagement, and participants confirmation will be established to guarantee internal deadlines. Organizers will also secure backup venue, keep financial reserve to cover unforeseen costs.

Monitoring and Evaluation

These following information and indicators will be monitor and evaluate:

The PO will monitor number of participants, Speakers, Press invited. We expect to have at least 15 member economies and six international speakers. The PO will seek to ensure that presenters/speakers and participants have a significant female representation which is targeted at least at 55%.

On the activities, indicators are the high attendance of  speakers and other relevant stakeholders of the Workshop agenda (expected to be no less than 100 participants and 8 international speakers),  the survey, and Workshop papers are timely prepared and collected.

The PO will evaluate whether the Workshop meets its set objectives. This can be assessed comparing what participants gain from the Workshop (using surveys) and whether the Workshop is able to produce 10 practical recommendations to be submitted to relevant APEC committees/WGs/fora

On the output of the project, indicators will include the conduct of the Workshop as planned, and completion of reports and proceedings as scheduled.

An evaluation questionnaire/survey, including assessment of impacts of the project on women, will be prepared and distributed to all speakers and participants at the workshop. The results of the evaluation will be included in the project completion report to PPWE.

The PO will also monitor the download count of the project report.

Linkages

The PO will consult and seek inputs from relevant APEC fora. In particular, cross-fora work (on the topic of digital literacy education for women and girls) among PPWE, HRDWG, PPSTI, SMEWG, TELWG, and ABAC will be accounted for and in corporated into premeeting documents of the workshop. Apart from PPWE, the project proposal and the workshop's invitation, agenda and outcome documents will be circulated to these groups.

We have done our research and notice that there are some projects related to  our project, including: ICT training for women entrepreneurs; improving employment; promoting women in STEM; innovation for women  and economic development. These projects targets women entrepreneur and working women.. The importance and uniqueness of this project is that it focuses more on early education  and universalize education on digital literacy for all women and girls. The project therefore, will build onand not duplicate with the related projects, as follows:

Project Name

Working Group

Year

Proposing Economy

Women's Economic Empowerment and ICT: Capacity Building for APEC Women Entrepreneurs in the Age of the 4th Industrial Revolution

PPWE

2017

Korea

Workshop on Improving Quality Employment Opportunities for Women

HRD

2016

Australia

APEC Gendered Innovation for Technology and Science (GIFTS): Promoting Women in STEM for Sustainable Growth

PPWE

2017

Chinese Taipei

Innovation for Women and Economic Development - Facilitating Women's Livelihood Development and Resilience with ICTs

M SCE

2013

Chinese Taipei


Sustainability

2018 is a deadline for the PPWE to review the  Action Plan 2015-2018 and prepare for the follow up Action Plan from 2019 - 2021. This project  aims to provide intellectual feed to the construction of the Action Plan. As explained above in Item 5, the current Action Plan has not been able to cover the profound impacts, oppoturnities and challenges faced by women in girls in the 4IR. Therefore, the recommendations from the Project once are taken into the new Action Plan, will be the source for actions of PPWE in the next 3-year Action Plan. Members will be requested to initiate projects and carry out activities in line with the new Action Plan.

KPIs will also be set by measuring the number of project/activities that respond to the items in the Action Plan.

The  regular PPWE Meetings (organised biannually) will be the checkpoint when the members brief each other on the progress of work (changes of policy/regulation, adoption of new policies/regulation, improvement of training programs/curriculums) related to the new Action Plan.

Project Overseers

Name: Ms Nguyen Minh Hang

Organisation: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Viet Nam

Address: 2 Le Quang Dao, Ha Noi city, Viet Nam

Tel: +84-24-3799-5795

Fax: +84-24-3799-5769

E-mail: apecmofavn@gmail.com

Ms. Nguyen Minh Hang is Deputy Director-General, Head of the Department of Multilateral Economic Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Viet Nam. She has been working with  APEC fora for nearly 20 years and have been the PO of several APEC projects, including the The 3rd APEC Air Cargo Security Workshop and the  APEC Capacity Building Workshop on Search and Rescue at Sea in 2013.


Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Contractor: will liaise with all APEC members to collect statistics on the ratio of women/girls who receive basic IT education (may including purchasing data),  doing some case studies to build up the background documents. Contractor will assist in all the substantive preparation, statistics, pre-meeting research, baseline and endline surveys, note taking, drafting summary report, drafting recommendations, work as a secretariat team in all substantive matters (400 hours total), seek APEC Funding.


Waivers

Waiver

Justification

Waiver for advance payment

Travel airfare, per diem for speakers, active participants – to encourage participation in the project as many speakers and participants are not able to attend the Workshop because of reimbursement. 

Waiver is sought to invite up to 10 speakers to the Workshop

PO requests for funding of up to 10 speakers (2) for both days. In order to make this project a success, the PO strongly believes that experts from public and academic sectors should be invited to share their studies’ outputs and experiences. Their inputs will still be required during the last session that will include discussions of the participating APEC economies on recommendations of the Workshop to the PPWE.

The number of speakers if reaches 10 will be discussed and decided by the PD based on case by case.  The PO will provide justifications for the PD’s decision. 


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