Publications

The ILO Country Office for the Philippines publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs, videos, and flash movies. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested or purchased in hard copy from the ILO Library in Manila or by email.

2012

  1. Exclusive breastfeeding in the workplace now: act of love

    20 July 2012

    Mothers can go back to work and still continue breastfeeding.

  2. Exclusive breastfeeding in the workplace now: beneficial for the working mom and the bottomline

    20 July 2012

    Mother-friendly workplaces increase productivity.

  3. Global and Philippine data/fact sheet: exercise

    04 July 2012

    Adults aged 18-64 should do at least 150 minutes of moderately intense physical activity throughout the week or at least 75 minutes of vigorous-activity throughout the week.

  4. Philippines data/fact sheet: HIV, AIDS, and sexually transmitted diseases

    04 July 2012

    Comparison of the distribution of male and female HIV cases by age-group and certain highlighted years.

  5. Philippines data/fact sheet: nasal and lung ailments and tuberculosis

    04 July 2012

    TB has consistently ranked as one of 10 leading cause of deaths in the Philippines.

  6. Philippines data/fact sheet: good nutrition and exclusive breastfeeding

    04 July 2012

    Nearly 50 per cent of death in the Philippines are caused by diseases that may be brought about by unhealthy lifestyle.

  7. Philippines data/fact sheet: cigarette smoking

    04 July 2012

    Among those who work indoors, 65.4 per cent of their worksites have policies "disallowing" smoking in any closed area; yet 13.9 per cent were exposed in the past 30 days.

  8. Global impact on the workplace fact sheet: alcohol and drug abuse

    04 July 2012

    Rates of alcohol and drug use are higher among workers who work: (a) in high stress jobs; (b) in unsupervised situations; (c) under extreme conditions; and (d) round the clock across different time zones in call centers and information technology services.

  9. CHANGE

    03 July 2012

    Live free from habits that get in the way of your dreams. Practice those that help you achieve your goals in life.

  10. CHANGE: exclusive breastfeeding

    03 July 2012

    A few minutes of privacy is all it takes. Exclusively breastfeed your baby.

  11. CHANGE: exercise

    03 July 2012

    Working hard should not stop you from moving. Release the tension and keep your heart pumping.

  12. CHANGE: good nutrition

    03 July 2012

    You are what you eat. Your performance depends on it.

  13. CHANGE: nasal and lung ailments and tuberculosis

    03 July 2012

    Cough, cold, and sneezes can turn into major complications. If they persis, consult your doctor.

  14. CHANGE: alcohol and drug abuse

    03 July 2012

    It looks harmless but alcohol and illegal drugs can threaten your future and your life.

  15. CHANGE: HIV, AIDS, and STIs

    03 July 2012

    Never have to say "If Only". Practice responsible intimacy. Be free to love without worries.

  16. CHANGE: cigarette smoking

    03 July 2012

    Every pack you let go gives you more hours to do the things you love. Every stick you avoid adds precious minutes to your life.

  17. CHANGE: an executive overview

    02 July 2012

    Today's highly demanding workplace environment makes it imperative to review, restructure, and redesign workplace policies and programmes on health promotion.

  18. Measuring CHANGE

    02 July 2012

    This guide aims to explain the role of monitoring and evaluation in instituting CHANGE in the workplace, providing examples on what data may be collected and how analysis may be conducted.

  19. Instituting CHANGE in the workplace

    02 July 2012

    The workplace is an ideal setting to carry out health promotion programmes. Recognizing the interrelatedness of unhealthy habits and risky behavious, the enterprise response must use a comprehensive approach to achieve positive results.

  20. Communicating CHANGE manual

    02 July 2012

    CHANGE is a comprehensive workplace health and wellness campaign under the healthy lifestyle in the workplace programme that aims to enable young professionals to make healthy choices to improve their well-being and overall performance.