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  Abstract Eating out, a major trend in Metro Manila, relates to food waste. Since meanings of food waste change when people eat out, people have a role to play when they order food. Yet, the service sector could also make a more important contribution to reducing food...
Last 15 April 2016, the eHealth TABLET (Technology-Assisted Boards for LGU Efficiency and Transparency) for Informed Decision-making of Local Government Units, also known as the eHATID LGUs project, launched several new features of their web application. Held at the Institute of Philippine Culture...
This article was originally published in the online version of The Manila Times (manilatimes.net) last 3 April 2016 <http://www.manilatimes.net/ict-products-among-dosts-contributions-to-health-care/253854/>. "ICT products among DOST’s contributions to health care" by The Manila Times...
The Office of the Dean of the School of Social Sciences and the Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) jointly organized the book launch of Overcoming Poverty: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives, Principles, and Practices held last April 14, 2016, at the San Alberto Hurtado Hall in the Social...
Last April 1, 2016, researchers from the Institute of Philippine Culture’s (IPC) project, eHealth TABLET for Informed Decision Making of LGUs (eHATID), worked with professionals and fellow researchers from Indonesia’s National Institute of Health Research and Development (NIHRD) for the first...
ABOUT THE BOOK Poverty remains a persistent problem in the Philippines despite episodes of economic growth. More recently, the country has been experiencing a higher level of economic expansion not seen in recent years, with annual gross domestic product growing at more than 6 percent....
This article was originally published in the online news website, TheStandard.com.ph, last 29 February 2016 <http://thestandard.com.ph/news/ts-29th-anniversary-issue/200528/ict-and-healthcare-continuing-innovation.html>. "ICT and healthcare: Continuing innovation" by The Standard...
The Institute of Philippine Culture School of Social Sciences, Ateneo de Manila University  cordially invites you to a lecture on   ​   Abstract The nineteenth century in the Philippines brought not only the end of the Spanish colonial period, but...
In commemoration of International Women’s Day on March 8, the Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) held a forum to present the findings of the IPC institutional project “Filipino Families in an Urban Informal Settlement: Traditional and Emerging Family Forms, Challenges, Resiliency Strategies, and...

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