Research Report 3: Natural Resource Assessment

AUTHOR/S:
John Tacloy, Marissa Parao, and Dymphna Javier
DATE:
2001
Description:

The three papers compiled in this report present an assessment of the state of natural resources in Sagada, Mt. Province. Tacloy enumerates and discusses forestry practices while Parao gives a biodiversity assessment. Javier reports on an ocular inspection in Ankileng, Sagada and gives proposed assessments of slope failure in the area.

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P175.00

Research Report 4: Community-Based Technological Interventions

AUTHOR/S:
Zenaida Ganga, Yolanda Botigan, Rogelio Colting, Alicia Follosco, et al.
DATE:
2001
Description:

The four papers in this report present and discuss introduced project interventions in natural resource management in three research areas in Sagada, Mt. Province. Ganga searches into a possible method to sustain production of traditional sweet potato in Sagada and considers the rapid multiplication technique (RMT) to “revitalize” local varieties. Botigan explores the benefits of introducing fruit tree planting in existing farming systems in Fidelisan and Ankileng, Sagada. Colting shares primary data on weather condition and soil characteristics gathered in Sagada, which he considers vital in planning for natural resource management. Follosco, et al. reports on community-based interventions in Sagada that were tested to support the sustainable and equitable management of natural resource systems.

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P150.00

Literacy for Empowerment: The Cordillera Vernacular Language in Primary Education (Final Report)

AUTHOR/S:
Purificacion Delima
DATE:
2000
Description:

The author presents the results of the study meant to pilot the use of two Cordillera languages (Kankanaey and Ifugao) as languages of literacy, learning and instruction in the primary grades.

Gender-Sensitive Family Planning and Reproductive Health Project in Northern Luzon: Final Report

AUTHOR/S:
Erlinda Palaganas
DATE:
2000
Description:

Presented in this report are results of focus group discussions meant to elicit customer (and non-customer) opinions and preferences with respect to gender-sensitive family planning and reproductive health service delivery.

Benguet Prehistory and Ethnoarchaeology Project (Final Report)

AUTHOR/S:
Leah Enkiwe, et al.
DATE:
2000
Description:

This report carries results from the four components of the project: 1) identification of archaeological and ethnographic works done in the Cordillera; 2) the equipping of the team of researchers with the knowledge and skills in the conduct of field research; 3) a detailed accounting of the project activities; and 4) an initial familiarization with field techniques in ethno-archaeology and how it supplements or complements the techniques of historical research.

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