This booklet explains the Philippine plan for gender-responsive development for 1995-2025. It briefly enumerates the different laws that will enhance women empowerment and strategies of Philippine Plan for Gender Development (PPGD) among others.
- Ang Philippine Plan for Gender Development (PPGD)
- Masakit na katotohanan
- Pag-unlad na pabor sa babae
- Planong may pagsaalang-alang sa kinabukasan
This factbook contains statistical report of Filipino Women Migrants from 1990-1994.
Women overseas contract workers
This is a reprint of the first two chapters of the Philippine Plan for Gender-Responsive Development (1995-2025). It outlines the macro context and the basic socio-cultural, economic, political and legal framework. In macro context, the PPGD rests on a vision of development that is equitable, sustainable, free from violence, respectful of human rights, supportive of self-determination and the actualization of human potentials and participatory and empowering. In basic framework, a plan is only as good as its implementation and its implementation, on the other hand, is only as good as the will, the resources, and the people who choose to undertake the plan in its concrete form.
This publication introduces the issues of women in politics. It also discusses the state of women in the prevailing politics, her participation, and her representation.
This is pamphlet discusses the present state of the environment more specifically in the Philippines. Additionally, it explains the relationships of women to environment and what are the women’s roles in the environment protection and preservation program of the government and other private agencies.
This booklet reports the status of women from 1985-1995. It also highlights the different issues and role of women in the Philippines (e.i. women role as power sharers and decision makers, women’s right, women and poverty, economic development and women, education and employment, health and violence)
This book presents statistical data sets generated by National Statistics Office (NSO) from 1991 and 1994 of integrated survey of households of Filipino women. It includes tables on labor force participation, employment, marital status and household headship as well as occupational and industrial characteristics.
This book presents statistical reports of demographic profile, education, health, employment, public life of Southeast Asian women. Countries included in the statistics are Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand year 1985 and 1990.
This publication contains assessment report of Filipino women in the agricultural sector. It also contains statistical report on the topic and annexes regarding projects or initiatives elicited during group interviews and regional consultations, future strategic goals and activities and corresponding financial requirements, issues and strategies identified during regional group interviews and consultative meetings held in March 1994.
Review and appraisal: the situation in the early eighties
Programs, projects and initiatives
This sourcebook embodies the results of the original assessments undertaken in six government departments. It elaborates a theory and methodology for identifying gender concerns, including the use of gender analysis. It places importance on the human dimension of the planning process, which necessitates the use of participatory strategies. This sourcebook is for the use of anyone in the line agencies concerned with developing strategies for mainstreaming gender, be it in the internal organization, in programs and projects at the level of the central agency or in the localities they serve, or for the development of gender-responsive policies and departmental objectives.