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Organizational Gender Analysis (ASTI) and Project Case Study (“Commercialization of a Locally Developed Human Breast Milk Pasteurizer”): Abstract and Blog Post List

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The research paper “Organizational Gender Analysis of the Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI) and the Gender Analysis of the Project ‘Commercialization of a Locally Developed Human Breast Milk Pasteurizier'” was written as a course requirement for the Women and Development Studies course on Gender Responsive Planning and Administration (WD231) and submitted in March 2007 to Prof. Titanne Barrameda.

The paper is divided into two parts: Part I – Organizational Gender Analysis of ASTI and Part II: Project Case Study: Gender Analysis of the Project “Commercialization of a Locally Developed Human Breast Milk Pasteurizer”.

This paper won the distinguished Recognition for Best Paper Award from the College of Social Work and Community Development,  University of the Philippines Diliman. First year Women and Development Studies grad students Jelina “Jeng” Tetangco (Research team head and author of Part I), Reina “Queen” Olivar (contributor), and I (author of Part II) were conferred the award during the 2007 UP CSWCD graduation ceremonies.

Authors (L-R) Queen Olivar, Cindy Cruz-Cabrera and Jeng Tetangco with fellow WD major Chel Catenza

The paper has been divided into the following blog posts:

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

List of Acronyms

Part I – Organizational Gender Analysis of ASTI

Part II – Project Case Study: Gender Analysis of the Project “Commercialization of a Locally Developed Human Breast Milk Pasteurizer”

References

“Organizational Gender Analysis of the Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI) and the Gender Analysis of the Project ‘Commercialization of a Locally Developed Human Breast Milk Pasteurizer'” written by Jeng Tetangco, Cindy Cruz-Cabrera and Queen Olivar | March 2007

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One thought on “Organizational Gender Analysis (ASTI) and Project Case Study (“Commercialization of a Locally Developed Human Breast Milk Pasteurizer”): Abstract and Blog Post List

  1. Reblogged this on Crackin' the Cat O'Nine and commented:

    My latest post on my academic and professional blog, “Papers, Pursuits and Purrsuasions”: Six years ago, back when I was a first year graduate student of Women and Development Studies at the University of the Philippines Diliman, two friends and I wrote this research paper as a class requirement – an Organizational Gender Analysis and Project Case Study which went on to win an award at the UP College of Social Work and Community Development. I am sharing with you a series of blog posts that comprise the paper in its entirety – one of hopefully many more contributions to the human fund of knowledge. Enjoy!

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