Ifugao males, learning and teaching for the improvement of maternal and child health status in the Philippines: an evaluation of a program
- Stairway to Sustainability. Johansson, Philip // Earthwatch: The Journal of Earthwatch Institute;Sep98, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p28
Provides information on a research to measure the productivity and technology of Ifugao rice culture in the Banaue rice terraces in the Philippines. Details on the work of Doctor Carlos Andam in Banaue; Description of how rice was harvested; Reason farmers were never receptive to the high-yield...
- Dancing anew on the stairways to heaven. Yuson, Alfred A. // UNESCO Courier;Dec2000, Vol. 53 Issue 12, p31
Highlights the Banaue rice terraces in Luzon Island, Philippines. How the rice terraces were built; Beliefs of the Ifugao people; Changes in the lives of families in Banaue. INSET: THE ENDURING ROLE OF RITUAL.
- Ifugao Heirloom Beads. Francis Jr, Peter // Ornament;Autumn93, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p112
The article offers information on the heirloom beads of the Ifugaos in the Philippines. Not all Ifugao own heirloom beads. Beads are inherited by the eldest child, who keeps or distributes them among the siblings. The beads and ornaments are symbols of wealth. Women who possess exceptional beads...
- The Ifugao Rice Terraces. // Filipino Post;2/4/2010, p13
The article profiles the Ifugao Rice Terraces which is named as the Eight Wonder of The World and is included by United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as a world heritage site in danger.
- THE ART of RICE. Barnes, Cynthia // Humanities;Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p42
Presents information on the exhibition "The Art of Rice: Spirit and Sustenance in Asia," on October 5, 2003 at the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History in Los Angeles, California. Focus of the exhibit on the historical culture, ancient rituals and customs of rice in Asia; Details of the...
- Fertility figures from the Philippines. Maxwell, Robyn // Artonview;Spring2005, Issue 43, p27
The article describes guardian figures from the Ifugao people of Luzon in the Philippines known as bulol. Carved from red sandalwood, the figures have bold angular facial features, the male and female distinguished by distinct depictions of genitalia. Since bulol are closely associated with...
- LES IFUGAO, peuple sculpteur des Philippines. Geoffroy-Schneiter, BéRéNice // Beaux Arts Magazine;jui2013, Issue 348, p60
The article reviews the Philippine art exhibition "Philippines: Archipel des Ã©changes" at the musÃ©e du quai Branly in Paris, France, through July 14, 2013, which features sculptures created by the Ifugao people. INSET: DES TRÃ‰SORS NATIONAUX RÃ‰VÃ‰LÃ‰S Ã€ PARIS.
- Today's Caregiver: Juggling Real Life. // Washington Informer;May2014 Supplement, p8
The article presents a brief story of Zulma, a mother of four children, and her healthy lifestyle that allows her to take care of herself and her children.
- Report: US inhospitable to mothers. Andre, Laura // Mothering;Jul/Aug2010, Issue 161, p32
The article reports on the low rating of the U.S. in terms of the health of its mothers and children. INSETS: Moms of color at risk;Travel serve learn;Make breastfeeding the standard in research;Australia temporarily bans flu vaccine