Projects with Foreign Organizations/Donors

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College of Humanities and Social Science



Details (Organization/Donors)

July 2012

Received books donation through alumnus Salvador Angala with 405 vols. to CSM Library, 193 vols. to SOM Library, and 222 vols. to CHSS Library.

Rotary International “Books for the Philippines Project”   with Rotary Club of Hillsboro, RC Portland, RC Beaverton, RC Portland Westside, RC East Portland, RC Salem Creekside, RC Forest Grove, and District 5100 Governor Mike Caruso. Also, RC West Davao

November 2012

Discussions for possible participation

Embassy of France University Attache Camille Dulor  

February 2012

Accepted the second book donation package

From alumna Evelina Espina, UPAA Greater Chicago


Developing a Health Strategy at the ARMM

Save the Children

November 2006–April 2007

Asian Public Intellectual

Nippon Foundation


College of Science and Mathematics






July 2007–June 2011


Sea Ranching and Restocking of Sandfish in Asia Pacific: Mindanao, Philippines Node

A Worldfish R&D Project funded by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)

2004 - 2005

Fermentor-Scale Studies of Direct Lactic Acid Production from Sago Starch

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) travel grant to Japan


School of Management





2008-2012 Linking Farmers to Institutional Markets Australian Center for International Agriculture Research (ACIAR)

2005 - 2008

Regoverning Markets Programme

Funded by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED),


May 2007



Capacity Building on Policy & Institutional Mapping for Inclusion of Small Scale Producers


Pearl Farm Resort, Island Garden City of Samal, Philippines

Funded by the Regoverning Markets Programme. Resource persons were Sonja Vermeulen of the IIED and Jim Woodhill of Wageningen University, NETHERLANDS. The participants of the activity came from 8 Asian countries.

May 2007



Policy and Institutional Mapping Workshop



Held at the University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines


Funded by the Regoverning Markets Programme and International Federation of Agricultural Producers (IFAP)

Dr. Bill Vorley of the IIED and stakeholders from the private and public sector attended the workshop.

June to September 2007

Study for Socio-Economic Reconstruction & Development of Conflict-Affected Areas in Mindanao (SERD-CAAM)

Funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)



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