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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.

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.

This document presents the Philippine Country Program for Women (CPW I), 1990-1992 which substantiates the thrusts of the Philippine Development Plan for Women. It presents an integrated package of projects proposed by government agencies and non-government agencies (NGOs) in line with the goals, objectives, strategies and policies of the PDPW.

This report presents the accomplishments of NCRFW from 1986-1992 in its gender mainstreaming work.

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.

This study focuses on two major areas of concern about women lawyers – (1) their numerical rise and representation in the legal profession, and (2) customary behavioral attitudes toward, and perceptions of women lawyers.

This RSFW reviews and analyzes the progress that was made between 2001 and 2003 using the Framework Plan for Women (FPW) as guide. It focused on three areas of concern: Women’s economic empowerment, women girl’s human rights, and gender-responsive governance.

This publication presents a new set of core GAD indicators as a refinement of the gender indicators identified from previous projects that will monitor the over-all development of women as compared to men.