The National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC) lauds the passage of Senate Bill (SB) 1305 or the “Expanded Maternity Leave Law of 2017 which seeks to grant 120 days of maternity leave to expectant mothers in the government, private, and informal sectors.
NAPC welcomes passage of the expanded maternity leave; Maternity should never be a burden—NAPC Sec. Liza Maza
March 10, 2017
March 6, 2017
Filipino women remain among the poorest sectors in our society (1 in 4 women and 3 in 10 children account for the country’s poor). Women are more likely to go hungry, lack access to the most basic needs, and remain impoverished. The National Anti-Poverty Commission works with the Filipino women in their fight against hunger and poverty.
March 1, 2017
The National Anti-Poverty Commission-Office of the Vice Chairperson for the Basic Sectors (NAPC-OVCBS) expressed its support for Environment Secretary Gina Lopez and her cause against destructive mining and other activities that pose threats to the country’s natural resources.
December 19, 2016
Pagbabago ng Pagpapatuloy, Pagpapatuloy ng Pagbabago
July 25, 2016
Sinasalamin ng Toolkit na ito ang proseso ng pagbubuo ng isang plano ng pamayanan na nakaugat sa kanilang pinagsamang naisin, adhikain at pangarap na kaunlaran.
July 1, 2016
Official Statement of the NAPC Sectoral Representatives Council
July 1, 2016
A long-term government intervention to address hunger in the country, the ICFP Program is our response to the call of the United Nations to return to or develop a more sustainable and natural organic system to feed the world. The ICFP Program empowers the people to produce their food requirements around their home through fruit, vegetable and root crop gardening, small poultry and livestock raising, and small fish culture.
June 27, 2016
Ang Batingaw (Balita, Tinig, at Gawa ng Batayang Sektor) ang opisyal na pahayagan ng Basic Sector Councils ng NAPC.
June 11, 2016
“Lagi nang may masusustansyang pagkain para sa mga anak ko,” said Merlina Acibron, a partner family of the ICFP program.
June 10, 2016
“We need to understand the hunger situation before we can fully address the problem,” said NAPC Director Nikkin Beronilla.