Thursday, July 19, 2007



(Rights based conservation, biodiversity, climate change, legal aid, literacy programs, research, community organizing, etc.)

Experience and Learn Developmental NGO Work:

  1. Community Organizing

  2. Developmental Work

  3. Area and PO management

  4. Community Trainings

  5. Module development

  6. Research and Documentation

  7. Liaison work and Networking

  8. Campaign development and management

  9. Participatory Resource Management

  10. Program Evaluation and assessment

  11. NGO office management

  12. Fund raising for non-profit institutions

Know relevant social and economic issues

  1. Community concepts on social and economic issues

  2. Difference of concepts between organized and unorganized communities

  3. Role of local Institutions in shaping community opinions

  4. Role of NGO programs in developing community opinions and discourse

  5. Community and NGO mechanisms in addressing issues

  6. Transcripts between Local Government Structures, NGO's, and the community of social, political, and economic issues.

Visit communities

  1. Climate Change Hot spots Carbon emissions from coal-fired power plant is one of the major sources of global greenhouse gases resulting to climate change and global warming. Visit these communities learn the ABC's of climate change and know how the communities are responding.

  1. Off-shore mining and Oil Exploration areaThe Visayan Sea, one of the global marine biodiversity frontiers is threatened with off-shore mining in the name of oil and profit. Live among the fisherfolks and know the effects of these projects.

  1. Marine Protected Areas Overfishing, pollution, illegal methods of fishing are among the reasons why local governments are pursuing these projects. Just how exactly fishing communities and local economies benefit from these conservation program of Philippine Government.

  1. Ports / Reclamation / Golf Course / Eco-tourism AreaThe influx of globalization, has resulted to the unregulated entry of foreign direct investments to projects resulting to dislocations, and conflicts. Visit these areas and know how communities are responding.

  1. Policy Development LevelHow do national and local government units, agencies and offices come up with policies for the fishery sector? What are their attitudes toward transparency, accountability, and participation.

Contact us:

+63 32 256 1365

+63 905 2624 123

+63 918 5322 027

Visit us:

3/F Memeles Bakeshop, Lopez Jaena cor. Mabini St., Cebu City

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