Oxfam Grow campaign:national campaign reports
This report was written by Jeanne Frances Illo and DanteDalabajan. Oxfam acknowledges the contributions of KalayaanConstantino, John Magrath, Marie Nuñez, Felipe Ramiro, RizaBernabe, Shalimar Vitan, Jodie Thorpe, Glenn Maboloc andKelly Gilbride for the completion of this report. It was developedwith inputs from Oxfam partners in the Philippines. It is one of aseries of reports written to inform public debate and to contributeto Oxfam’s Grow campaign. For more information, or to commenton this report, email Kalayaan Constantino <email@example.com>.www.oxfam.org/grow© Oxfam International September 2011This publication is copyrighted but text may be used free of charge for the purposes of advocacy, campaigning, education,and research, provided that the source is acknowledged in full.The copyright holder requests that all such use be registeredwith them for impact assessment purposes. For copying in anyother circumstances, or for re-use in other publications, or for translation or adaptation, permission must be secured and a feemay be charged. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Published byOxfam GB for Oxfam International under ISBN 978-1-84814-908-3 in July, 2011. Oxfam GB, Oxfam House, John Smith Drive,Cowley, Oxford, OX4 2JY, UK.
Jeanne Frances I. Illo
is an economist and women’s studiesscholar. Until she left in 2005, she directed the Women’s StudiesProgram of the Institute of Philippine Culture, Ateneo de ManilaUniversity for decades. She is presently a Research Associateof the Women and Gender Institute of Miriam College. Shealso serves as gender adviser of the Canadian InternationalDevelopment Agency and the Australian Agency for InternationalDevelopment.
is the policy and research ofcer of the
Philippines Economic Justice program of Oxfam. He has 15years of experience in public policy research, and advocacy andcampaigns.