A Study of the Interactions Between Population, Resources and Environment in the Ilocos Region: Volume II (Final Report)

AUTHOR/S:
Area Research and Training Center
DATE:
1989
Description:

This volume contains the profiles of the four study sites where each features the population and resource characteristics that were obtained in the sites as determined by a community census, a sample survey, simple field experiments, key informant interviews and secondary sources.

The Elderly Population in Four Agricultural Communities Along the Naguilian River System: Their Capabilities and Needs (Final Report)

AUTHOR/S:
Nancy Florendo, Fe Marie Gacad, and Lourder Hamada
DATE:
1989
Description:

This report carries results of a study that attempted to analyze several aspects of aging at the level of the household by comparing one upland and three lowland areas.

Assessment of Secondary Materials on the Provinces of Ifugao, Mountain Province and Nueva Vizcaya, 1978-1989: Final Report

AUTHOR/S:
Victoria Corpuz, George Salinas II, and Arellano Colongin Jr.
DATE:
1989
Description:

The report presents an assessment of all existing studies, documents and surveys published since 1978, about the CECAP-covered municipalities in three provinces in the Cordillera.

Population, Health and Nutrition Monitoring Study

AUTHOR/S:
Steven Rood, et al.
DATE:
1989
Description:

This report results from a larger research PHN project. Specific to the CSC component, the report presents data on PHN activities in communities where CSC has previously worked with.

A Study of the Interactions Between Population, Resources and Environment in the Ilocos Region: Volume I (Final Report)

AUTHOR/S:
Area and Research and Training Center
DATE:
1989
Description:

This volume presents the analysis of data across sites from the fieldwork undertaken in four barangays along the Naguilian River. Included are five appendices intended to provide a larger context for understanding the interactions studied at the level of the village.

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