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Project CoNNECT

CCIPH hatched the idea for PROJECT CoNNECT, which stands for Coping with the New Normal: Enhanced Connectivity Tools for Iraya Mangyan of San Teodoro, Oriental Mindoro, last September 2020 to directly address and resolve the Iraya Mangyans’ struggles in coping up and learning how to manage the ‘new normal’ in the time of COVID-19.

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The Victoria-Anepahan Mountain Range (VAMR) in Palawan boasts of unparalleled biodiversity, an astonishing array of unique species, and a widely intact ecosystem. VAMR lies between two high-value conservation areas, the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park and Mount Mantalingahan Protected Landscape. Unfortunately, VAMR does not enjoy the same level of protection afforded to those neighboring sites.

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USAID’s Philippine Sustainable Interventions for Biodiversity, Oceans, and Landscapes (SIBOL) Activity

CCIPH is a consortium member of the Philippine Sustainable Interventions for Biodiversity, Oceans, and Landscapes (SIBOL) Activity, a five-year natural resources management and biodiversity conservation project funded by the United States Agency for International Development. It is among the biggest and most important initiatives in the country that could profoundly impact the environment in generations to come.  

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Energy Development Corporation – Tongonan Geothermal Project

he Energy Development Corporation (EDC) is a pioneer in geothermal energy industry with more than four decades of proven business viability. EDC continues to diversify its green power portfolio by maintaining a hydropower project and by expanding its wind and solar power development projects. EDC recognizes the importance of biodiversity in its operations and is one of the pioneering companies which places value on its biodiversity resources.

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Mindoro Forest and Biodiversity Conservation Program

Mindoro island is considered as a distinct biogeographic region housing some unique flora and fauna. In fact, it is home to the very rare species of Bleeding Heart Pigeon and the critically endangered Tamaraw.

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Tayabas and Pagbilao Bays are major fishing grounds of three coastal municipalities in Quezon Province - Tayabas, Pagbilao and Sariaya. Nourished by protected areas and a biodiversity rich mangrove forest, these bays are also home to a rich forest and aquatic wildlife that are susceptible to threats because of illegal and destructive practices in seagrass areas and sanctuaries, mangrove cutting and conversion of mangrove areas.

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Technical Assistance to the LAWIN Roll-out

Threats to the environment are increasing in an alarming rate. In fact, data from the Forest Management Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources shows that the Philippines is losing approximately 47,000 hectares of forest cover every year.

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FOREST Families

Community empowerment and collaboration are principles that CCIPH consistently embody in every biodiversity conservation and rehabilitation initiatives.

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Report on the Management Effectiveness and Capacity of Protected Areas in the Philippines

Implemented by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources through its Biodiversity Management Bureau (DENR-BMB), the Protected Area Management Enhancement (PAME) in the Philippines Project aimed to improve the management effectiveness in 60 existing protected areas (PAs) in the Philippines.

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Setting the Conservation Agenda for the Philippines Bleeding-hearts

The ‘bleeding heart’ of the endemic pigeon Gallicolumba sp. may what makes it a seemingly mesmerizing and mystic creature. Naturally shy and evasive, they are well-known for the vivid red patch on their breast that appears like a bleeding wound.

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Marine Conservation Projects in General Nakar and Southern Palawan

To empower stakeholders and protect biodiversity and their habitat are two of the four core programs of CCI PH. The CCI PH has worked with numerous communities, stakeholders, and partners in fulfilling its commitment to empower and protect.

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