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SEARCA PBS 2021
Strategies for Effective Implementation of the CPAR Program - Building Up From the Gains: Lessons From the Improvements for Effective Implementation of the Community-Based Participatory Action Research Program (SEARCA-DA-BAR Policy Brief 2021)
WP-2019-06
Skills Needs Anticipation (SNA): Workplace Skills and Satisfaction (WSS) Baseline Survey of Select Employers in the Construction Industry
WP-2019-05
Strengthening Multi-employer Bargaining: Policies and Practices (Phase II)
WP-2019-04
Non-Hazardous Activities for Children: The Case of Banana and Sugarcane Supply Chains

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PIDS WB 2021-0905
7th Mindanao Policy Research Forum
PIDS WB 2021-0905
Annual Public Policy Conference Webinar 4: Robust and Healthy Workforce and Closing Program
PIDS WB 2021-0904
Annual Public Policy Conference Webinar 3: Green And Inclusive Recovery
PIDS WB 2021-0903
Annual Public Policy Conference Webinar 2: Ethical Business
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Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA)

Prior to MinDA’s creation, the office is formerly known as the Mindanao Economic Development Council or MEDCo. It was created in March 19, 1992, through Executive Order 512 issued under President Corazon C. Aquino and operationalized under President Fidel V. Ramos. Through a holistic and integrated approach MEDCo’s goal was to promote and coordinate the active participation of all sectors to develop the socioeconomic conditions in Mindanao.

Over the past 18 years it has established its networks, which prompted Mindanao stakeholders to continue the call for the institutionalization of MEDCo into MinDA. Primarily supported by Mindanawon lawmakers, the bill creating the Mindanao Development Authority was approved by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on February 17, 2010, now known as Republic Act 9996.

MinDA is envisioned to be the vanguard institution that provides strategic leadership in pursuing a peaceful, integrated, and globally competitive Mindanao, and ensures that the benefits of sustainable development in the region are equitably shared and enjoyed by culturally diverse, empowered, and united Mindanawons.

Read more: http://www.minda.gov.ph/about-minda




MEDCo 2008-02  Hierarchical Clustering of Mindanao Municipalities and Cities Based on the Incidence, Gap, and Severity of Poverty
MEDCo 2008-01  Impact of Infrastructure Support on the Technical Efficiency of Rice Production in Mindanao