Innovative Urban enure in the Philippines:Challenges, Approaches and Institutionalization
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We are grateul to our partners in the local and national governmentagencies, people’s organizations and NGOs who granted the authorsinterviews or this study. In particular we thank: Phoebe Bestal, FeBugna, Juanito Coronel, Socorro Salamat, Alma Valenciano, Merly Legazpi, Gina Laylo, Jeorgie enolete, Gladys Santos- Ledina and BethQuijano, Sarah Redoblado, Amie Sulamo, Celia uason, JosephinePapa, and Leonor Valeza and Gertrudes Villa. We also wish to thank the participants at ocus group discussions orsharing their experiences and ideas. In particular we thank: Vicky deVilla, Eden Garde, Cora Jose, Wilmina Lara, Malou Rebullida, ErnestoSerote, David Yap, Elenita Mantalaba, Chris Pablo, Emma Porio andFlorian Steinberg.
Principal authors: Anna Marie Karaos, Gerald Nicolas, Gladys AnnRabacalContributors: Danilo Antonio, Clarissa AugustinusEditing and layout: Robert Wagner, Eirik SorlieSponsors: Norwegian Government and Swedish InternationalDevelopment CooperationPrinter: UNON, Publishing Services Section, Nairobi, -ISO 14001:2004-certied