The University of the Philippines Population Institute (UPPI) in collaboration with the Demographic Research and Development Foundation (DRDF) are sharing results of their demographic studies to provide the Philippine context on the possible effects of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
P R O J E C T S
- 2018 Longitudinal Study of Aging and Health in the Philippines (LSAHP)
- 2018 Persons Living with HIV (PLHIV) Stigma Index Survey (SIS)
- Dual Cohort Prospective Study of Obesity - Year 2
- Cohort Study of Filipino Child (CSFC)
- Commission on Higher Education - Graduate Tracer Studies (GTS) - Data Entry Process and Database Development
T R A I N I N G
- Quantitative Data Analysis using SPSS
- Advanced Statistical Analysis Using SPSS
- Course on Survey Data Analysis and Processing
- Information Technology (IT) in Demographic Data Appreciation for LGUs
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The University of the Philippines Population Institute (UPPI) and the Demographic Research and Development Foundation (DRDF), intending to contribute to the understanding of the on-going COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippine context, are compiling infor
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