Community-based water quality monitoring: The Tigbantay Wahig experience
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This chapter will document the exciting development of a peopleï'½s organization in Lantapan that is committed to protecting and restoring the water resources of their municipality. It will briefly place this development in the historical context of Philippine decentralization and the rise of environmentally-related nongovernmental groups, as well as the goals and cornerstones of the SANREM CRSP program. The groups' technical and social formation will be outlined, with a description of milestones, success stories and future directions.
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