Making CRVS Systems Work for Women and Children: A Country Perspective (https://crvssystems.ca/making-crvs-systems-work-women-and-children-country-perspective)
This paper is one of twelve in a knowledge brief series on gender and CRVS that aims to uncover gender bias and barriers, share case studies and emerging findings, and recommend priority areas and solutions. Specifically, this is the first paper published in the third and final brief. It offers a country case study of the Philippines and documents how the Philippines Statistics Authority ensured its CRVS system worked for women and children.
Download the full version of Brief 3 (4 papers) on Moving Beyond Making the Case: Actions Needed to Support CRVS Systems for Women and Children (https://crvssystems.ca/sites/default/files/assets/files/CRVS_Brief3_e_amalg_WEB_June2020.pdf), or else visit www.CRVSsystems.ca/gender (https://crvssystems.ca/gender) to access all three briefs (12 papers).