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As the Philippines faces complex challenges in the coming years, the Center for Local Innovation and Capacity Development believes that respect for truth and transparency in governance is not just about decency or dignity but are rather, the very same factors necessary to address problems with the interest of the Filipino people at the core of every policy solution.

The Center for Local Innovation and Capacity Development – a private policy research and public affairs think tank – is happy to share the results of the second round of its independent voter preference survey conducted among voters of the Municipality of Atimonan, Quezon Province between April 18-19, 2022. For this round, data enumerators of the Center for Local Innovation and Capacity Development asked 2,000 respondents representing all barangays of Atimonan according to their respective voting population the question, “sinong iboboto mo sa mga kandidatong ito sa election sa May 9, 2022?” while showing them a sample ballot. The survey yielded the following results:

Increasing infectious and hazardous medical waste because of pandemic response pose serious threats and risks to the environment and public health and safety. Learn what local governments and their stakeholders can do in this third issue of the CiteLOCAL Coalition’s Advocacy Decks.

Briefing Room election watch philippines 2022 SURVEY RESULT RELEASE The Center for Local Innovation and Capacity Development – a private policy research and public affairs think tank – is happy to share the results of its independent voter preference survey conducted among voters of the Municipality of Atimonan, Quezon Province between March 16-17, 2022. Subscribe …

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Briefing Room publication release ISSUE NO. 1 BRIDGING GAPS The CiteLOCAL Coalition’s Bi-Weekly E-Magazine DOWNLOAD THE E-MAGAZINE Subscribe to our Briefing Room Services for deeper insights

The accelerated loss of forest cover around the Philippines threatens biodiversity, including endemic species like the Philippine warty pig. Learn more in this second issue of the CiteLOCAL Coalition’s Advocacy Decks.

With rising temperatures brought about by a globally changing climate, we need to start protecting outdoor workers who are exposed to sever weather conditions. Learn more in the first issue of the CITELOCAL Coalition’s Advocacy Decks.

Every year, students and academics produce knowledge that can potentially solve persistent community problems. Most of these end up in libraries and gather dust rather than make actual impact. Become part of our campaign to #makeresearchmatter by building a deeper understanding of what kind of research government authorities and policy makers exactly need to promote sustainable development and responsive governance.

With about 200 students, faculty members, and school administrators of St. Alexius College in attendance, the CITELOCAL Coalition’s THESISIT! Virtual Campus Tours kicked off with a Research Ideation Workshop graced by the participation of Miss Philippines Fire 2021 Roni Meneses and keynoted by the presentation of THESISIT! Fellow Dr. Erwin Faller’s research on the implementation of the Universal Health Care law in the Philippines.

Public sector underspending does not necessarily reflect efficiency in the utilization of public funds or translate to savings for an agency. In fact, it means that the government, despite the availability of funds and resources is unable to meet its key capital outlay targets and use the appropriated funds to deliver services and projects for their constituents.