Publications

This publication discuses women’s role and status in the community and how this status had changes over the decade. It also presented the analysis of women’s situation in education, in employment, in public affairs and in health.

This publication discusses women’s role and status in the community and how this status had changes over the decade. It also presented the analysis of women’s situation in education, in employment, in public affairs and in health.

This publication assesses the resources that the Philippines government, through its various agencies, spends for the advancement of women. It is an early assessment of the extent of agency utilization of Section 27 (Provision on Gender-Responsive Projects) of the 1995 General Appropriations Act (GAA).

This book introduces the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women. It also highlights the commission’s ten year with photo folio (1975 – 1985).

This occasional paper attempts to identify provisions in the National Health Insurance (NHI) Law (Republic Act 7875) which neglect, disregard or out rightly discriminate against women’s needs and rights. An analysis of on whether the civil service provision for women in public service institutions are consistent with the Philippine Plan for Gender-responsive development (PPGRD) upon reviewing the NHI Law and its implementing rules and regulation is also presented in this paper.

The Framework Plan for Women is the blueprint for the advancement of women for 2001-2004.

This preliminary study about women in the Cordillera explores the gender and development issues in an upland agricultural community engages in both subsistence rice and commercial vegetable production. An assessment of the status of women in the community was undertaken using a feminist framework by addressing four major concerns: male-female dichotomy, public domestic sphere dichotomy, double burden and marginalization of women.

This trainer’s guide is a supplement to the video case study that calls attention to how industrialization in the Cavite-Laguna-Batangas-Rizal-Quezon (CALABARZON) area has displaced agriculture in the area which force women and men to shift from land cultivations to factory work.