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102Proposed papers should be able to document and discuss the actual uses and applications of CBMS relating to (but not limited to) any of the following:
1. Grassroots participatory planning and budgeting
2. Impact monitoring and evaluation
3. Program design and targeting of beneficiaries for poverty reduction initiatives
4. Environmental Management and Climate Change Adaptation
5. Migration and Development
6. Disaster preparedness and rehabilitation
7. Inclusive growth and development
Interested LGUs may coordinate through their DILG-Regional Director’s Office, and submit the following requirements not later than December 11, 2015:
1. Official letter of intent to present in the conference
2. A one-page abstract of the presentation which includes the following information:
a. Title of Presentation
b. Name and Position of Presenter
3. Two (2) to five (5) statements on the specific benefits and actual uses of CBMS (APP or paper-track) in the locality with reference to any of the above-mentioned topics
Successful proponents will be invited through their DILG-RDO to participate and present in the 12th CBMS Philippines National Conference. Live-out conference registration fees of successful proponents will be shouldered by the conference organizers.
Guidelines in the Submission and Presentation of Conference Papers
December 11, 2015 Submission of letter of intent with abstract of presentation and related supporting requirements
January 30, 2016 Submission of Final Version of Full Papers (in Prescribed Format by the Organizers) and Powerpoint Presentations for Inclusion in the Conference Kit
Feb 29-Mar. 2, 2016 Presentation of Papers in the 12th CBMS Philippines National Conference to be held at the Crowne Plaza Manial Galleria, Ortigas Cor. ADB Ave., Quezon City

Further clarification or request for information regarding this matter may also be sent through: CBMS Network Office of DLSU at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.