Committed to working with and among legislative bodies from the national down to the local level, Philippine Legislators' Committee on Population and Development primarily works within the halls of Congress, devoted to developing policy champions and generating viable, responsive, and people-centered public policies on population and human development.

Recent Updates

New study reveals 1 in 7 Pinoy students aged 13-15 use e-cigarettes

September 23, 2021

Senate bill easing e-cig regulation set to worsen the problem – child rights group September 21—A new study monitoring youth tobacco use reveals worrying statistics on the prevalence of use, lax regulations, and wide availability of tobacco products including e-cigarettes, prompting child rights advocates led by the Child Rights Network (CRN) to reiterate their call […]

PLCPD and Plan International – Philippines sustain partnership to ensure that children are #SafeEverywhere

September 14, 2021

The Philippine Legislators’ Committee on Population and Development (PLCPD) and Plan International – Philippines signed a Memorandum of Agreement for their continuing partnership for the protection of children from sexual violence online and offline. A long-standing partnership for children’s rights Held on April 15, the ceremonial signing did not only signal a new partnership but […]

Call for applications: Individual consultant for social media data analysis

July 16, 2021

Posting date: 16 July 2021 Deadline for submission of applications: 31 July 2021 UPDATE: The deadline for submission of applications has been extended to 6 August 2021. The Philippine Legislators’ Committee on Population and Development (PLCPD) is looking for an individual consultant who can provide technical assistance to PLCPD and its partner, the United Nations […]