2024 Tinig ng Kababaihan

You may check the links below to listen to the audio or watch the Facebook live of each episode.


DateEpisodeSynopsisResource PersonRemark
5PCW @ 49: “A Step Towards the Golden Year”With just a year before its fifth decade, the Philippine Commission on Women celebrates it milestones by reminiscing some of its achievements and policy successes for the year 2023, and presenting its plans, programs, and projects for the 2024. Highlights of it were done for this episode by PCW’s Deputy Director for Management Services, Atty. Khay Ann C. Magundayao – Borlado.Atty. Khay Ann C. Magundayao – Borlado
Deputy Executive Director for Management Services
Philippine Commission on Women
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12National Zero Waste Month 2024: Sustainable Waste Management in Livable Communities: Zero Waste to Philippine Waters by 2040In line with the observance of the Zero Waste Month, the program tackled one of the major problems of the country: Waste Management. Ecowaste Coalition discussed some information on the current situation of the waste problem in the country, its impact on women and marginalized sectors, and what steps should be done to make recycling, upcycling, segregation, and proper waste disposal part of our daily life.Aileen Lucero – National Coordinator, Ecowaste Coalition
Hilda Coronel – Zero Waste Advocate and MRF Owner
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19Philippine Tropical Fabrics Month: “Spinning Innovations”The episode presented one of the growing industries in the country: Textile and Tropical Fabrics production. The Philippine Textile Research Institute shared to us their programs and projects to help the communities, women, and other marginalized sectors relying on the agricultural aspects, raw materials processing, and the production and marketing of our tropical fabric products.Evangeline Flor R. Manalang
Supervising Science Research Specialist – Department of Science and Technology – Philippine Textile Research Institute (DOST-PTRI)
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26Karapatan ng Kababaihan sa paggamit ng kanilang maiden nameA timely discussion on the right of married women to use their maiden name in line with PCW’s issuance of the Memorandum Circular requiring banking and financial institution to adhere, implement, and uphold the laws and policies on the use of maiden name.Atty. Ma. Sophia Isabella P. De Castro
Attorney III
Policy Development, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Division, Philippine Commission on Women
Listen/watch here.