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UNICEF Philippines and its partners have produced books, publications, and reports to advocate for children's rights. You may now access the latest information on children and development in the country.

For more UNICEF publications, please visit UNICEF's global site.

 
Developed by the International Labour Organization in partnership with UNICEF and the European Union, this toolkit aims to advance maternity protection and nutrition security for Filipino children through the promotion of breastfeeding in the workplace.

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The State of the World's Children 2016

Child Poverty in the Philippines

Perils and possibilities: Growing up online

Management of severe acute malnutrition in the Philippines: From emergency-focused modelling to national policy and government scale-up

Adolescent Development and Participation in Humanitarian Response

Technical guidance paper


Progress for children beyond averages: Learning from the MDGs (No. 11)

One year after Typhoon Haiyan: Progress report

25 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child: Is the world a better place for children?

Committing to child survival: "A Promise Renewed" progress report 2014

After Yolanda: What children think, need and recommend

Youth migration from the Philippines: Brain drain and brain waste

The Filipino youth and the employment-migration nexus

Case studies: Child-Friendly Local Governance
Developed by the Council for the Welfare of Children, Communities of Practice on Child-Friendly Local Governance provides a venue for local government units and stakeholders to exchange knowledge and experiences in implementing child-friendly programmes in their areas. 

Social Policy briefs
Here are policy briefs culled from the study Child poverty in the Philippines:

 

 

 

 

Convention on the Rights of the Child

UNICEF Annual Reports


UNICEF Philippines
Annual Reports

2015
2014
2013

UNICEF Global
Annual Reports

2015
2014 
2013


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