Philippines: Literacy essential for women's development

March 1991
Women's International Network News;Spring91, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p63
Reprints an article from an issue of `Depthnews Women,' on the importance of literacy on the development of women in the Philippines. Functional literacy of Filipino women; Workshop convened by the United nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's National Commission on how to reach women illiterates.


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