Capacity Building for Wetlands Conservation
Increasing capacity of local communities to sustain wetland conservation activities
in the Laguna de Bay Region and Marikina-Pasig River Watershed

The project aimed to increase the capacity of local organizations to take actions for wetland conservation which will directly translate into managing natural and human-made disasters and help in implementing climate change mitigation and adaptation measures.  It took a different route from the usual intervention that directly train people on actual measures by dealing instead with a more basic organizational aspect.  This refers to the organizational capacity to access resources and how to manage them efficiently and effectively to come up with the desired outcome which is a resilient and climate change-proof environment.    more about the Project >>

 

Training on Project Development and Management

07 – 09 May 2014
Sierra Madre Resort and Restaurant in Tanay, Rizal

Project Cycle Management and Logic Framework Approach were the topics discussed at length in this training to improve the management of external cooperation actions—projects and programs of all kinds—by taking better account of essential issues and framework conditions in both designing and implementing projects and programs.

Based on the lecture, workshops were conducted that participants underwent the actual process of project development and practice on how these can be done. The participants were grouped and were given the same activities to work on.

The Resource Person for this session was Architect Aaron Julius Lecciones, a Committee Chair of SCPW, a holder of BS in Architecture from University of the Philippines and MSc in Practicing Sustainable Development at Royal Holloway, University of London.

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