Filipino Women Unite and Stand Up for their Rights!
Since its inception in 1998, KAISA KA has been advancingthe rights and welfare of womenwho are usually in the periphery of development and most often, the victims of natural and man-made disasters, economic crisis and militarism fomented by globalization.
Women from various sectors—peasants, workers, students, urban poor and indigenous people—have made possible the formation of KAISA KA chapters in different regions and provinces throughout the Philippines.
Filipino women now believe that, armed with the timely information and tools of analysis and skills, women with readiness to work, can be empowered to address their situation collectively, with resolve and gains.
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