To promote gender awareness and sensitivity among its employees, the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) will be establishing gender-neutral restrooms in airports starting this month.
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According to rapper.com, the move to create communal restrooms or “all-gender” restrooms is part of CAAP’s Gender Awareness Development (GAD) program to continuously encourage employees to be gender sensitive as required by law.
Other objectives of the GAD program is to make the top management of the CAAP sensitive to gender issues and to establish gender responsive policies to eliminate gender discrimination.
Eric Apolonio, spokesperson of the CAAP, explained that gender-neutral will be available alongside the male, female, and persons with disabilities (PWD) restrooms.
Gender-neutral restrooms will be initially built in CAAP’s central office in Metro Manila and 11 other CAAP-run airports in the country, said the report.
The agency aims to rehabilitate comfort rooms in 41 CAAP-run airports in the country.
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