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Evaluation study on the effects of female literacy on the health - seeking behaviors of mothers in Mountain Province.

HERDIN record number :
CAR-DOST-01131101015125
Author(s) :
Alicia G. Follosco, Celia M. Austria, PhD Erlinda C. Palaganas
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Abstract :
The main purpose of the study was to conduct an evaluation on the effects of Female Functional Literacy (FFL) in the care and health knowledge, practices and behavior of women FFL-learners in Mountain Province. The approach of the research employed both quantitative and qualitative methods, although . . .
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University of the Philippines, Baguio City
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Health consequences of gender-based knowledge, attitudes and practices.

HERDIN record number :
CAR-DOST-01131110012678
Author(s) :
Rosella C. Bahni, Arsenia Pinge, Jennilyn Nanglihan, Maria Visitacion P. Molintas, Rita Emilio, PhD Erlinda C. Palaganas
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The issue of gender in the Cordillera has generated interest and debate among groups, those in health development included. Some quarters contend that there are no gender inequalities among indigenous groups in the Cordillera since the Cordillera people successfully resisted Spanish feudal conquest. . . .
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University of the Philippines, Baguio City
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Mainstreaming indigenous health knowledge and practices.

HERDIN record number :
CAR-DOST-01131108011845
Author(s) :
Leticia Tolentino, Jennifer Josef, Marilu Cardenas, Anavic Bagamaspad, PhD Erlinda C. Palaganas
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PREFACE Primary healthcare is an important facet of health delivery systems especially in developing countries like the Philippines where the rural sector constitutes the majority of the population and where primary healthcare delivery is inadequate. Social services hardly reach indigenous communiti . . .
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University of the Philippines, Baguio City
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The public health safety of using human excreta from urine diverting dehydration toilets for agriculture : the Philippines experience.

HERDIN record number :
R10-XU-06291007063964
Source Document :
The Xavier UNiversity Journal of Medicine. ; Vol. 5 : p. 7-14 (Journal)
Abstract :
To determine the safety of using human excreta in agriculture, an observational study was conducted to determine the length of time necessary to eradicate parasitic ova and pathogenic bacteria in human excreta kept in storage vaults of urine-diverting dehydration toilets in Cagayan de Oro City, Phil . . .
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XU-JPRSM Library, Cagayan de Oro City
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