The GAD approach seeks to analyses the causes of gender inequality within the context of relations between women and men and social structure, and to change stereotyped division of labor as well as institutions and systems that bring about gender disparity. GAD program collaborates with government agencies, private institutions, civil society organizations, and academic institutions to hold interactive gender training activities. This research assessed the status of the Gender and Development (GAD) programs and activities in identified barangay. The researchers used the descriptive research method to gather information about the respondents’ demographic profile. The data obtained were analyzed using percentage weighted mean, and t-test for significant difference for the status of the GAD programs and activities. Based on the findings data suggested that improvement in service in gender and development area is highly suggest to meet the community expectations in our government in general. Despite the importance of GAD in respected barangays, however, the programs and activities were not enough due to lack of funds and support by the government. Moreover, significant difference was seen on the aspect of administrative, organization focus, gender roles and issues while no significant difference was seen on the aspects of client focus. The results also indicated the urgent necessity for the government to elevate its support to the local government to maximize its GAD programs and activities.