Case study of the Maasin Watershed: Analyzing the role of institutions in a watershed-use conflict
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This case study analyzes the socio-institutional relationship of watershed protection over the past decade in the Maasin watershed in the Philippines. In this study, the methodology of data gathering basically made use of a historical transect tool of Participatory Rapid Appraisal (PRA). Interviews, focus group discussion, workshops, photo documentations were conducted.
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