IFI, WHSMPC conduct Kiangan Women's Congress.
The Women's Health Women's Health Definition
Women's health is the effect of gender on disease and health that encompasses a broad range of biological and psychosocial issues. and Safe Motherhood Project Partnerships Component (WHSMP-PC) in partnership with IGOROTA Foundation and the Municipality of Kiangan recently conducted a Kiangan Women's Congress on Sept. 12, 2003.
Around 100 participants from the WHSMP-PC/IFI areas Nagacadan, Duit and Bolog and from the eleven other municipalities attended the said event. The Congress intends to initiate networking between and among women's organizations This is a list of women's organisations. International
Balbina Guiniling, the Women's Health point per son with the Kiangan Municipal Office, gave a women's health situationer for Kiangan, providing the participants with vital health indices as child birth and death rates, leading causes of illness and death and the leading women's health problems in the community.
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IFI Industrial Fasteners Institute program manager, on the other hand, gave the socio-cultural dimensions to women's health, enumerating the factors that affect the poor status of women's health in the community, such as genetic or biological inheritance Biological inheritance is the process by which an offspring cell or organism acquires or becomes predisposed to characteristics of its parent cell or organism. Through inheritance, variations exhibited by individuals can accumulate and cause a species to evolve. , environment (economic, socio-cultural, political and physical) and behavior/ lifestyle.
She also presented to the participants some effective actions to improve the women's health situation, such as information/awareness-raising, increasing women's participation, health and education, organizing and networking and advocacy and action.
Armed with these inputs, the participants were grouped according to according to
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3. community to identify and prioritize five issues that impinge on women's health and safe motherhood. This later served as basis for the formulation and adoption of a Kiangan advocacy agenda.
The communities identified first and foremost women's low status which have made them vulnerable to violence, overwork overwork
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The participants then identified appropriate responses to serve as basis for the formulation of an advocacy agenda. The advocacy agenda aims to uplift the socio-cultural status of women, to mobilize communities against gender-based violence, to adopt a comprehensive information education campaign in reproductive health and sexuality, to transform local governance, so that the agencies could prioritize the allocation of resources allocation of resources
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The said advocacy agenda will next be presented to the communities, local government units and network partners, after which the communities will explore possible ways to implement the said advocacy agenda.
WHSMP-PC and IFI also recently concluded an organizational diagnosis meeting with its three areas at Kiangan (Bolog, Duit and Nagacadan).
Meanwhile, other IFI community organizers have already finished conducting participatory rural appraisals, community health planning, leadership trainings and project proposal making seminars and are working for the sustainability of identified community projects.