The Carood Watershed has taken shape through the years primarily because of the people who managed it since 2003 and the regional convergence initiatives’ efforts to develop the watershed areas. The Carood Watershed Model Forest Management Council (CWMFMC) was established not for political reasons but to address the concerns of the seven municipalities in Bohol, continue reading : SHAPING THE CAROOD WATERSHED INTO A SUSTAINABLE REGIONAL CONVERGENCE INITIATIVE
The Regional Convergence Initiative for Sustainable Rural Development (RCI-SRD) Central Visayas collaborated with the Carood Watershed Model Forest Management Council (CWFMC), Deutsche Gesellschaft fur International Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), and Zoological Society of London (ZSL) to fund, train and provide technical support to the people’s organizations in the region. Series of training and workshops in organizational management, continue reading : CAROOD WATERSHED CONVERGENCE AREA REMAINS RELEVANT AMIDST COVID-19
For years, the farmers in the Carood Watershed convergence has been looking for a solution to uplift their situation. Problems along the value chain has persisted since the time they started farming. So, the question is what could emancipate them? The persistent complaint of low buying price of agricultural commodities and the lack of market continue reading : Could the Agro-Enterprise Clustering Development Approach be the Champion to Deliver the Farmers from the Age-long Problem of the Agriculture Sector?