2000

This publication is an assessment report of the 5 year implementation of the Platform for Action (PFA) a platform crafted to for the equality, development and peace for all women.

This book traces the long and varied history of the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women (NCRFW) from its early days as a rather traditional women’s organization to its pioneering work in envisioning gender mainstreaming and striving to put the vision into concrete practice. It outlines the strategies used by NCRFW to act as a catalyst for gender mainstreaming and the mechanism that it has developed in order to institutionalize mainstreaming.

This publication is about the Pamulinawen GAD Resource Center in Pangasinan State University (PSU) Lingayen. It was envisioned to provide all the necessary material and human resources to enable government agencies, Local Government Units (LGUs) and schools to mainstream GAD goals and strategies in their plans, policies and programs.

This publication is about the Pamulinawen GAD Resource Center in Vigan. It was established in response to the need for more concerted efforts in implementing the gender and development programs and projects in Region I.

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January 7, 2000
Anniversary newsletter of the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women (NCRFW)

This handbook highlights the experiences and lessons learned in making local legislation, development financing and programming women and girl-child friendly. Target users of the handbook are legislators working on women and family concerns.

Term report of NCRFW during Pres. Estrada’s administration.

This publication presents the experience of Region 1 in transforming the mainstream by institutionalizing the gender and development (GAD) perspective in the local and regional development planning process. It will serve as a practical guide for development planners, policy makers, local government executives and development workers at the sub-national level who have just embarked on their own mainstreaming journey.