Statistics on Women and Men in the Philippines

PSA Issues Updates on Women and Men in the Philippines

In support of this year’s upcoming celebration of Women’s Month, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) has issued a Factsheet on Women and Men in the Philippines, which focuses on the latest statistical updates on women and men in the country. This year’s edition contains 99 indicators covering 15 socio-economic sectors and gender concerns, namely: Population; Education; Health and Nutrition; Work and Economic Participation; Family Income and Expenditures; Agriculture; Public Life; Sustainable Development Goals specifically on Goals 4 and 5; Trade and Industry; Tourism; Social Welfare and Development; Violence Against Women; Child Abuse; Filipino Youth; and Women Empowerment.

ERRATA on the “2017 Factsheet on Women and Men in the Philippines” released by the Philippine Statistics Authority on 2 March 2017

On page 3, Total Number of Clients Served by Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), by Sex for (a) Children and (b) Youth are reflected as follows:
 
UPDATES ON WOMEN AND MEN IN THE PHILIPPINES
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PSA Issues Updates on Women and Men in the Philippines

In support of this year’s upcoming celebration of Women’s Month, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) has issued a Factsheet on Women and Men in the Philippines, which focuses on the latest statistical updates on women and men in the country. This year’s edition contains 83 indicators covering 14 socio-economic sectors and gender concerns, namely: 1) Population; 2) Education; 3) Health and Nutrition; 4) Work and Economic Participation; 5) Family Income and Expenditures; 6) Agriculture; 7) Public Life; 8) Trade and Industry; 9) Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), specifically on Goal 3; 10) Tourism; 11) Social Welfare and Development; 12) Violence Against Women; 13) Child Abuse; and 14) Filipino Youth. A comparison among ASEAN countries in some indicators disaggregated by sex is also available.

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