Case Study: Integrated Approach in Helping the Development of Poorest Indigenous B’laan Villages in Saranggani, Mindanao
For centuries the indigenous B'laans of far south Mindanao, Philippines thrived by cultivating their ancestral lands. However, the effects of climate change coupled with intrusions into their land by large mining firms poverty have turned their villages into one of the poorest indigenous communities in the country. This paper documents the efforts of the B'laans, with the help of SIBAT, to overcome the challenges that their community face.
|Title:||Case Study: Integrated Approach in Helping the Development of Poorest Indigenous B’laan Villages in Saranggani, Mindanao|
|Authors:||Sibol ng Agham at Teknolohiya (SIBAT, Philippines)|
|Publisher:||Sibol ng Agham at Teknolohiya (SIBAT)|
|Appears in Sub-Collections:||Alternative Farming Systems|
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