Filipiniana

This handbook presents the list of recommended gender fair terms.

This paper presents the source of Filipino women’s oppression and exploitation during the period of 1976-1985. More specifically detailing the state of Filipino women who engages in prostitution and mail-to-order brides.

Keynote address by Dr. Amelou Benitez Reyes, Chairperson, National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women.

A contemporary sarswela based on "The Women of Malolos" by Nicanor G. Tiongson.

This publication is a guide on RA 9262 or the Anti-Violence Against Women and Their Children Act of 2004.

This book contains statistical reports of cases on violence against women and children during the period of 1997-1999.

The Environment and Social Management Guidelines (ESMG) for PCW and its partners is a tool for assessing programs and projects for microenterprises that are not covered by the DENR’s Environmental Impact Assessment System. It is a set of guidelines in assessing the gender-responsiveness and environmental soundness of micro and small enterprises (specifically those that are women-led).

The National Anti-Poverty Commission, together with the Philippine Commission on Women, through the GREAT Women Project, developed the Gender and Financial Literacy Training Manual to enhance the capacities of trainers to deliver financial literacy training using a gender perspective and to increase on gender dimension of work, gender in microfinance, women’s empowerment through microfinance and microenterprise development programs, financial and risk management with gender perspective, and GAD training skills.

The Philippine Commission on Women-GREAT Women Project partnered with the Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources in the development of this Tool Kit which aims to provide information to LGUs and protected area managers in preparing and developing their ecotourism management plans and ensuring that ecotourism strategies are gender responsive.

The kit on Gender Responsive Environment and Natural Resources Enterprises (GREEn) in the Philippines shows how to go about establishing various environmental enterprises, based on real-life models, as guide to new investors.The GREEn Kit is divided into two volumes, upland ecosystem and lowland–urban and coastal ecosystems.DENR-FMB hopes to generate greater interest on ENR-based enterprise development among the following: (1) men and women individuals who subsist primarily from natural resources; (2) cooperatives, associations, and local communities in upland, lowland–urban, and coastal ecosystems; (3) local government units (LGUs); (4) non-government organizations (NGOs); and (5) the private sector.