Externally-Funded Research

The IPC conducts research on critical development concerns, responding to the knowledge and field-level needs of various development actors such as national government agencies, local government units, nongovernment organizations, and international agencies. Since 1960, the IPC has conducted over three hundred contracted studies on a variety of research topics on Philippine cultures and societies, disadvantaged groups in the country, and other development concerns. Some topics of past and current externally-funded IPC research projects include: agriculture, agrarian reform and rural development, irrigation, forest management, watershed management, fisheries management, family planning, urban poverty and urban informal settlements, slum upgrading and low-cost social housing, community health, cultural heritage, indigenous peoples and Bangsamoro people, women and gender, and children and youth, among others. The IPC has also been at the forefront of pioneering and developing research methodologies such as survey research, process documentation research, child-friendly research, feminist research, qualitative life story interviewing, participatory poverty assessments which foreground the "voices of the poor," research with indigenous peoples, and electronic tablet-based data collection, among others.

Project No. Title of Project Project Director Funding Agency Year Completed
133 The Role of Rural Organization in Rural Development Cristina J. Montiel UN Asian Centre for Development 1977
132 Low-Income Consumer Profiles and Problems' Implications Cristina J. Montiel Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation 1976
131 Filipino Women as Partners of Men in Progress and Development Anna Miren Gonzales Department of Education and Culture 1976
130 Documentary Research Study on the Situation of Landless and other Rural Workers in the Philippines Lorna Makil Department of Labor 1976
129 Cooperative Research Program Naty M. Esquillo Philippine Community Fund 1976
128b The Social Soundness of Improving the Water Supply in Five Provincial Cities Rosalinda Garcia-Yangas, Delia Cecilia Ochoa-Unson
128a The Filipino Woman: Her Role and Status in Philippine Society Cristina J. Montiel Local Water Utilities Administration
128-II The Health and Economic Impact of Improved Water Supply (Discontinued) Ricardo Abad Local Water Utility Administration 1979
128 The Health and Economic Impact of Improved Water Supply Rosalinda Garcia-Yangas Local Water Utility Administration 1979
127-II Development and the Low Income Strata: The Philippine Situation Carlos Fernandez UN ESCAP 1979
127-I Development and the Low Income Strata: The Philippine Situation Emilina Almario UN ESCAP 1977
126 Realities of Marriage in Metro Manila: An Exploratory Study Joseph Vancio Gregorio Araneta Foundation 1976
125 Socioeconomic Profiles of Six Selected Towns Susan Lopez-Nerney, Madelaine Sembrano Camp Dresser & McKee (CDM) 1976
124 A Study of Workers’ Housing Needs and Aspirations William Keyes, SJ Asian American Free Labor Institute 1975
123 The Socioeconomic Impact of the Provincial Development Ricardo Abad USAID 1978
122 Non Conventional Approach to Housing Finance William J. Keyes, SJ, Maria C. Roldan United Nations Center Housing 1976
121 The Social and Ethical Environments of Sterilization Dolores Recio PopCom 1978
120 Reciprocal Economic Role Expectations of Law Income Sister Jude of the Holy Spirit Paat, SPC Philippine Social Science Council 1976
119-II Social Dynamics of Communal Irrigation System Romana P. de los Reyes National Irrigation Administration 1979
119-I The Social Dynamics of Communal Irrigation Systems Wilfredo Arce, Benilda Reyes, Normando de Leon, Gloria Fernandez, Milagros Tolentino National Irrigation Administration 1975
118 Filipino Women in Development Patricia Licuanan, Miren Gonzales UNICEF 1975
117 Socioeconomic Change After 11 Years of Agrarian Reform Socioeconomic Change After 11 Years of Agrarian Reform USAID 1977
116b Migrant Adjustments in Sta. Mesa, Manila Susan Lopez-Nerney Population Center Foundation 1975
116a The Educational and Social Characteristics of Manila Migrants Susan Lopez-Nerney UNESCO-Bangkok 1975
115 Mobility by Decree: The Rise and Fall of Philippines Perla Q. Makil US Information Service 1975

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