Case study of community action for rural development

The inadequacy and inability of the government in providing the needs of the indigenous communities led to the formation of the Community Action for Rural Development (CARD). CARD utilized programs that primarily support the rights of the indigenous peoples (IPs) to ancestral domain, pursuit of advo...

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Published in:Philippine Journal of Public Administration Vol. XLV, no. 4 (Oct. 2001), 377-412
Main Author: Nicolas, Eleanor E.
Resource Type: Article
Language:English
Published: 2001
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