The BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH (BAR)  the orchestrator of the National Research and Development System in Agriculture and Fisheries (NaRDSAF) and as the secretariat of the Council for  Extension, Research, and Development in Agriculture and Fisheries (CERDAF).  The mission to serve as an effective instrument to consolidate and strengthen the national agriculture and fisheries research system for increased effectiveness and efficiency.
The CATHOLIC MEDIA NETWORK (CMN) is a network of Catholic Radio and Television stations dedicated to the promotion of the New Evangelization and of total human development through a unified strategy of community-based broadcasting. Through broadcasting, CMN strives to make the Church in the Philippines, a community of Christ’s Disciples, a Church of the poor, truly evangelized and evangelizing. As a network, CMN commits to the promotion of truth and the attainment of solidarity and brotherhood; of food and freedom; of jobs and justice; of land and equity.
The CENTRAL CORDILLERA AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMME (CECAP), a programme under the Department of Agriculture, is dedicated to improving the lives of the rural people of Ifugao, Kalinga, Abra and Mountain provinces of Northern Luzon, the Philippines.
The CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS (CEC) - Philippines  is a non-government development organization pursuing environmental advocacy through education research, ecosystems management and rehabilitation for grassroots empowerment.   Founded in 1989,  CEC recognizes that environmental problems confronting the country are rooted in the oppressive character of Philippine society.  The Center provides services which include environmental education curriculum and materials development, training, environmental research, ecosystems management, and maintains an education and information center.
C L E A R (Conservation of Laguna de Bay's Enviroment and Resources), a tripartite partnership - Laguna Lake Development Authority, Society for the Conservation of Philippine Wetlands, and Unilever Philippines - for the conservation and management of Laguna de Bay.
The DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT (DSWD) envisions the empowerment of individuals, families and communities with capability to improve their quality of life;   perform their expected roles through strengthened coping mechanisms; and meet their minimum basic and other development needs.  DSWD enable Local Government Units (LGUs), Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), other National Government Agencies (NGAs) and People's Organizations (POs) for effective implementation of programs to alleviate poverty and improved quality of life.
The ENVIRONMENTAL BROADCAST CIRCLE (EBC) is a network of broadcast media practitioners and educators committed to providing the public with information on the environment and sustainable development through their programs and activities. EBC serves as a clearing house for channeling information between sectors and communities and the participating broadcast practitioners.  The organization was formed in early 1995 by advocates from various NGO’s working for the environment and sustainable development.
The ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT BUREAU (EMB) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources was created in June 1987 to spearhead the government efforts in protecting the resources of the country from environmental degradation through the development of effective programs and strategies on environmental protection and management.  The general objectives are:  (a) improvement of environmental quality through the formulation of appropriate policies and regulations, development of technologies, and the creation of public awareness that will be translated into actions beneficial to the environment and (b) to complement the government efforts to achieve sustainable development through proper incorporation of environmental considerations in planning and project/program implementations.
The HEALTHY CITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES website is developed for the Philippine Healthy Cities Network, Inc. (PHCN) to bring its advocacy closer to the local government units, Healthy Cities member cities, program implementers, and other stakeholders.
The ITN FOUNDATION is a water and sanitation resource center in the Philippines. It is part of the global initiative of establishing training networks in various developing countries during the International Drinking Water and Sanitation decade.   It is a non-government organization doing public information, research, community organizing, advocacy and training for the awareness, appreciation, protection and conservation of Philippine water resources. It heightens awareness among public and private institutions on development issues affecting water and sanitation policy reforms and water resource management. ITN Foundation’s development approach is integrated water resources management (IWRM) with people’s participation.
The INTERNATIONAL SOUTH GROUP NETWORK (ISGN) is a network of individuals with roots and active involvement in social movements and centers of research and learning. It is active in the advocacy of various concerns affecting peoples of the South-disseminating critical analyses on global issues, propagating people's on-the-ground struggles, conducting studies and workshops to forge unity among social movements, and enhancing efforts to discover and promote people-centered development alternatives.
The LAGUNA LAKE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (LLDA) is a quasi-government agency, organized in 1966 to lead, promote and accelerate the development and balanced growth of the Laguna de Bay basin within the context of national and regional plans and policies for social and economic development and to carry out the development of the basin with due regard and adequate provision for environmental management and control, preservation of the quality of human life and ecological systems, and the prevention of undue ecological disturbances, deterioration and pollution.
The MANILA SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI FOUNDATION, INC. (MASCI-Alumni)   is the  gateway to a focal network to reunite  Manila Science High School alumni all over the world.  As a focal convergence, this network aims to develop and maintain a self-sustaining process of information exchange among  the alumni, and will further promote and facilitate camaraderie and technical cooperation for the successful  implementation of  its objectives.
The NATIONAL MAPPING AND RESOURCE INFORMATION AUTHORITY (NAMRIA) is the central mapping and resource information agency of the country.  The agency was created on June 27, 1987 by virtue of Executive Order No. 192 Section 22(a).  It is one of the attached agencies of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).   NAMRIA has four major functions namely:  mapping; oceanographic; hydrographic and geodetic surveys; remote sensing and resource data analysis; and information management and dissemination.
The NAMRIA's MUNICIPAL BASE MAPPING PROJECT provides technical assistance to develop a Geographic Information System (GIS) for Local Government Units (LGUs) based on a national digital database policy. It helps create a framework for a regular supply of up-to-date, accurate and relevant data for local government needs and generate and provide updated and reliable land and water related information, supporting the individual municipality in its economic and environmental friendly development.
The NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY STRATEGY AND ACTION PLAN (NBSAP) in view of the problems and concerns constantly threaten the future of the country's biodiversity and in consonance with the Convention on the Biological Diversity's objectives of conservation, sustainable use, and equitable sharing of the benefits of the country's biodiversity, a National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan with modular projects and programs with corresponding resource requirements were formulated.
The INFORMATION EXCHANGE AND NETWORKING CENTER of the PHILIPPINE COUNCIL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT or the PCSDNet is established to assist the PCSD in the coordination, monitoring, and evaluation of the implementation of Philippine Agenda 21, and in the information and knowledge exchange in sustaianble development policies, programs and projects.
The PROTECTED AREAS AND WILDLIFE BUREAU (PAWB) is a staff sectoral bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources created on June 10, 1987 through Executive Order No. 192.  Its primary task under the Order is to formulate policies, rules and regulations relative to the establishment and administration of the NIPAS and the management of other biologically important components of the environment such as ecosystems, species and genetic resources.  In addition, the Bureau monitors and coordinates the planning and implementation of the country's various programs and projects on biodiversity and as well as provides technical assistance to the regional offices.
The PHILIPPINE AGENDA 21 is part of the country's response to fulfill its commitments in the historic Earth Summit in 1992 where government and key sectors of society agreed to implement an action agenda for sustainable development, known as the Agenda 21. It seeks to answer four questions: 1) where are we now?, 2) what is sustainable development?, 3) where do we want to go?, and 4) how do we get there?. The major stakeholders involved in the formulation of the Philippine Agenda 21 found it necessary to seek common ground. The Principles of Unity, forming part of this document, embodies this common ground which unites the key actors in their pursuit of sustainable development.
The PHILIPPINE FEDERATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN (PFEC) is a national network of concerned individuals, non-governmental organizations and people's organizations concerned with environmental issues. As a network, each member maintains its identity and independent action but recognizes the need to link with each other for information exchange, sharing of resources and possible joint action.
The PHILIPPINE PARTNERSHIP FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES IN RURAL AREAS (PHILDHRRA) was officially registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as a non-profit, non-stock foundation in 1984.  PhilDHRRA has 73 member-NGOs that are involved in appropriate technology, income generation, community organizing, education and training of grassroots leaders, agricultural extension, primary health care, cooperatives development, integration of gender and environment concerns and advocacy for agrarian reform.
The RAMON ABOITIZ FOUNDATION, INC. (RAFI) is a non-stock, non-profit organization committed to re-shaping the future by involving itself in the enabling of non-government, private voluntary and people's organizations into a sectoral capable of democratizing development initiatives.  They envision to establish self-reliant communities whose social, economic, cultural and political values, through the process of participation, networking and empowerment, are sensitive and responsive to the upliftment and well-being of their members.
The RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR TROPICAL MEDICINE (RITM) was formally established in 1981 with the signing of E.O. 674, authorizing the creation of a research facility under the Department of Health.  The RITM is tasked with planning and implementing research programs for infectious and/or tropical diseases.  It   is the principal research arm of the Department of Health in infectious and tropical diseases, carrying out high quality and multidisciplinary research programs to contribute significantly to the control of infectious and tropical diseases of public health importance locally and globally.
The RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMICS CENTER FOR STUDIES, INC. (REECS) is a private consulting firm established primarily to conduct interdisciplinary research, implement training programs, and provide consultancy services in the general areas of economics. REECS is an internationally respected, Philippine-based think tank in environmental and resource economics servicing a broad base of clients composed of professionals committed to the advancement of sustainable economic development. To help meet its goal of promoting sustainable development, REECS brings together a rare mix of economists, social scientists and technical experts committed at integrating natural resources and environmental concerns at all levels of decision-making.
The SD VILLAGE showcases sustainable development practices and strategies that have been successfully implemented in local communities in the Philippines.  The collection of stories (communities) are presented in a user-friendly format to encourage replication of the strategy/practice in an appropriate manner by communities not only in the Philippines but in other parts of the world as well.
The SOCIETY FOR THE CONSERVATION OF PHILIPPINE WETLANDS (SCPW) , a non-stock, non-profit corporation, was organized with the following objectives: 1) to serve as a network of wetland workers and advocates and establish linkages with local and international organizations; 2) to serve as a forum for wetland issues; 3) to engage in advocacy work supportive of wetland conservation objectives; 4) to provide technical assistance on matters related to wetlands; and 5) to complement wetland management activities such as research, training, and information education and communication.
The STUDIEFONDS FILIPPIJNSE KINDEREN (SFK) (Study Fund for Philippine Children Foundation, Inc.) - Philippines is a non-stock, non-profit and non-government organization, which was organized through the joint effort of Dutch and Filipino nationals to meet the challenge of helping the poor yet deserving Filipino children.  The SFK receives funds from donors who share their vision of helping the less fortunate children of Quezon City, Philippines.
The UNIFIED URBAN POOR has a network of professional, advocates, organizations and individuals concerned with the upliftment of the urban poor. In response to the depth of poverty, UUP aims to bring about the attainment of a holistic, ecological friendly, and integrated development programs that would address economic productivity and empowerment of the people.


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