The Institute of Philippine Culture in partnership with Solidarity of Oppressed Filipino People (SOFP) Inc. invites you to the IPC Anniversary Webinar Series on the situation of the Youth during this time of Pandemic. This webinar will also discuss the previous engagements and researches of IPC...
  The Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) and the Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (DOST-PCHRD) in partnership with the MIMAROPA Health Research and Development Consortium (MHRDC) invite you to a webinar about the effects of...
Navigating Precarity: A Conversation on Ways Research Institutions Innovate in Times of Uncertainty Societies have evolved into complex entities as pursuits of progress continue to preoccupy governments and other institutions tasked to lead. Progress, typically understood in economic and...
The Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC), Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (DOST-PCHRD), and the Philippine Association of Nutrition, Inc. (PAN) conducted a webinar about the different nutrition interventions that are being...
  The Institute of Philippine Culture together with DOST-PCHRD conducted a webinar that discussed the incipient technologies developed as part of ASEAN member states' response to the COVID19 pandemic and the health technology assessment (HTA) processes have these incipient technologies...

IPC Presents Research Findings in Congress

IPC Director Dr. Czarina Saloma-Akpedonu and Mr. Jon Michael Villasenor, project directors of Project 302, were invited by the House of Representatives to present findings of the World Bank-funded study on the First Wave Qualitative Impact Evaluation of the Conditional Cash Transfer. They appeared in Congress last February 21, 2011 in front of some 100 congressmen who were members of the Committee on Poverty Alleviation.

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