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SDRC TR 1996-06: Support for Research, Training and Networking in Participatory Upland Management in the Philippines

The funding support was for two major projects managed by the Social Development Research Center, namely, the Participatory Uplands Management Program (PUMP) and the Philippine Uplands Resource Center (PURC). PUMP provided technical support and research to government agencies, non-government organizations and community-based groups in the formulation of policies, management of programs, and implementation and review of projects relevant to upland development. For the past two years, PUMP undertook research along three major interrelated areas: 1) Local Governments and the Upland Environment, 2) Community-Based Resource Management policies and programs, and 3) Research and Extension Methodologies On the other hand, PURC worked in the areas of library resources and services, materials development, and information and networking services. Among PURC’s major objectives were to provide more efficient and effective library services that could serve a wide clientele; to produce more popular, user-friendly, and action-oriented materials such as folios, primers, and sourcebooks, especially for non-government organizations and people’s organizations; and to strengthen networks and linkages between and among the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Upland Non-government Organizations, People’s Organizations, and other sectors involved in upland development.

DLSU-Social Development Research Center
Authors Keywords
Osteria, Trinidad; policy analysis, planning tools and monitoring systems; research; uplands;
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