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GIS and Data management Training with the Department of Agriculture
Organized by the Department of Agriculture Regional Field Office 6, a basic Geographic Information System and Data Management Training was held at Harbor Town Hotel in Iloilo City wherein extension officers were trained. The participants were taught on the collection and management of agricultural data that they can use for real-time monitoring of their progress.
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Habitat modelling to Identify Priority Conservation Areas of the Crocodylus porosus in the Philippines
This is an ongoing research conducted by GrIDS through For. Milben A. Bragais, For. Ozzy Boy S. Nicopior, For. Leonardo D. Barua, For. Lester Ryan P. Mojica, and Mr. Leo Kris M. Palao in partnership with Crocodylus Porosus Philippines, Inc. (CPPI) for a more targeted habitat management.
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Resilience through Crop Diversification: Creating Policy Environment and Economic Incentives for Farmers to Adapt in Vietnam and the Philippines
GrIDS provided an input for the study under the International Potato Center (CIP), Resilience through Crop Diversification: Creating Policy Environment and Economic Incentives for Farmers to Adapt in Vietnam and the Philippines, through For. Milben A. Bragais.
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NIMBB - UPD, CEC UPLB
Two of GRIDS personnel were invited by the National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (NIMBB) to present the land cover changes in the Municipality of Los Baños and its implications in the health sector. It was able to inform everyone that there are areas in Los Banos that need to strengthen efforts to arrest the proliferation of dengue-carrying mosquitoes.
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GIS and Geotagging Training 2019
Following the success of the trainings conducted last year, DILG once again took a partnership with GrIDS’ resource persons to lead the training for new batches of participants from different DILG offices in the country. This time, new software was introduced to the participants that will aid them in the geotagging of specific government projects within their jurisdiction.
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GIS and Geotagging Training 2018
Pursuant to the Department of the Interior and Local Government’s (DILG) directive to inventory and monitor both existing and on-going government projects in their areas of jurisdiction, GrIDS’ resource persons were contracted to conduct a series of training to guide local government units (LGUs) in complying with the said order.
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Workshop for Crop Occurrence mapping and Hazard validation
A project contract between the Department of Agriculture Regional Field Office 1 and GrIDS was signed as an agreement to provide consultancy services for the conduct of survey and research for the preparation of Climate Risk Vulnerability in the agriculture sector of three provinces: Pangasinan, La Union, and Ilocos Norte which aims for climate-resilient agriculture and fisheries sector.
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Capacity Development Activity on GIS Software under the Conditional Matching Grant to Provinces
DILG has an on-going project of generating spatial data, particularly about local road networks, in their efforts to provide an inventory of local infrastructure assets of their regional and local units. This needs to enhance capability of their local implementers in the field of spatial technologies, especially the GIS.
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Workshop for Priority Crop Identification with Climate Risk Vulnerability Assessment Overview and Basic GIS Training
A project contract between the Department of Agriculture Regional Field Office 1 and GrIDS was signed to provide consultancy services for the conduct of survey and research for the preparation of Climate Risk Vulnerability in the agriculture sectors which aims for climate-resilient agriculture and fisheries sector.
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Cost-Benefit Analysis and Adaptive Capacity Validation Workshop for CRVA-RFO1
As a component to the project Climate Risk Vulnerability Assessment of the Department of Agriculture Regional Field Office 1 (DA RFO-1), contracted GrIDS personnel once again facilitated another workshop, this time focusing on Adaptive Capacity of LGUs to the effects of climate change.
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