Victim-blaming on social media became increasingly influential which includes spreading negative comments to large masses. It allows individuals to create and publish content for free and gather audiences all over the world. This study will focus on the role of government agencies such as the Philippine Commission on Women (PCW) and the GABRIELA Party-list group in eliminating victim-blaming on social media in the Philippines. Victim Feminist Theoretical approach was used to establish a foundational understanding of the roles, programs, advocacies, support system, and social media propagandas of the two agencies. An additional in-depth case study in qualitative-descriptive approach was conducted to this research. Study shows that the response of the victim towards the crime committed to them opens the factor that they may be responsible for their life’s misfortune. Despite the lack of policies and laws covering the issue of victim-blaming, the role that the Philippine Commission on Women (PCW) and GABRIELA in eradicating victim-blaming on social media to publicly educate the community to recognize and reduce victim-blaming in themselves and others. The researcher recommends that more policies should be submitted to address the issue.