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Conflict Sensitive Resource and Asset Management Programme (COSERAM) Technical Cooperation Module 2 Indigenous Practices for Biodiversity Conservation (IP4BioDiv)

Home/Biodiversity, The Philippines/Conflict Sensitive Resource and Asset Management Programme (COSERAM) Technical Cooperation Module 2 Indigenous Practices for Biodiversity Conservation (IP4BioDiv)

Philippines Country: The Philippines and Pacific Island Countries

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Duration

2011 – 2018

Objective

The project aims to:

  • harmonise different planning regims oriented towards a peaceful and sustainable governance of natural resources in line with COSERAMs

Project Description

Since 2011, the Conflict Sensitive Resource and Asset Management (COSERAM) Program supports an integrated approach of poverty reduction and peace building in the region of Caraga and other conflict-affected areas in the Philippines. The COSERAM Program is a joint undertaking of the Philippine and German Governments, implemented by GIZ and partner agencies. The IP4Biodiv-Module of the Program brings together conflict sensitive resource management and biodiversity conservation by strengthening indigenous rights and supporting the use of indigenous knowledge systems and practices. In line with COSERAMs overall objective, it focuses on harmonizing different planning regimes and is oriented towards a peaceful and sustainable governance of natural resources.

Resources

To learn more

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Contact Person

Mr. Peter Hauschnik
Project Director
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit

COSERAM Office Manila,
11F PDCP Bank Centre, Rufino corner Leviste St.,
Salcedo Village, Makati City,

Tel: +63 998 966 8189
Email: peter.hauschnik@giz.de

2017-05-24T15:51:17+00:00 March 30th, 2016|Biodiversity, The Philippines|