Institutional strengthening to enable local governments's NRM capacity in Bukidnon Province, Philippines
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This presentation discusses the structure of the Philipppine government and the relatively recent decentralization that has increased the role of local government in NRM. The institutional innovations and policy development from the Bukidnon province are presented, as are the ways in which SANREM CRSP has supported the strengthening of local institutions' capacity to manage their natural resources.
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