OIDCI recognizes the importance of Mindanao in the economic development of the country and considers it as a special area of interest. For more than 15 years, we have provided technical assistance in development projects in the region, particularly in the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) and other conflict-affected areas.

Projects that we have implemented in the region work towards the growth of business and investment, increased social safeguards, sustainable management of natural resources, more informed and effective leadership, and development of peaceful and inclusive cities.  Being a pioneer on integrated area development, we have sustainably advanced in Mindanao the value of capacitating communities on addressing socio-economic issues. We believe that community mobilization plays a crucial role in project design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation. Working with LGUs is also part of our expertise as we consider LGUs to be frontliners in improving processes and standards.   OIDCI has also worked on institutional development projects in Mindanao, with the end in view that institutions are major players in scaling-up innovative strategies, technologies and skills that are expected to provide benefits to a larger population.


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Education Pathways to Peace (Pathways), 2017-2023
Client:  Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), DepEd-ARMM
Funding Source: DFAT
Partner: The Palladium Group (Lead Firm) & ACER, Austrailia

Philippines Protect Wildlife, 2016-2021
Client and Funding Source:  United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Partner: DAI Global, LLC (Lead Firm)

Enhancing Governance, Accountability and Engagement (ENGAGE), 2013-2018
Client and Funding Source:  United States Agency for International Development
Partner: Development Alternatives Inc.

Philippine Climate Change Adaptation Project (PhilCCAP) - Strengthening Climate Change Resilience through Improved Watershed and Coastal Resources Management in Protected Areas in Peñablanca and Siargao, 2012-2015
Client: Department of Environment and Natural Resources, LGUs, Protected Area Management Boards of Penablanca and Siargao Protected Landscapes and Seascapes
Funding Source:  World Bank
Partner:  University of the Philippines Los Baños Foundation Inc.

Investment Enabling Environment (INVEST), 2011-2014
Client:  Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Interior and Local Government; Cities of Cagayan de Oro, Iloilo, and Batangas
Funding Source: United States Agency for International Development

Sustaining TB Control and Ensuring Access to Comprehensive Quality TB Care, 2012-2014
Client:  Philippine Business for Social Progress
Funding Source: Global Fund

Agrarian Reform Communities Project 2 Special Management Team (ARCP2 SMT) in ARMM, 2011-2014 (Lead Firm)
Client:  Department of Agrarian Reform
Funding Source: Asian Development Bank
Partner: Hineleban Foundation Inc.

Formulation of Davao River Basin Management and Development Master Plan, 2013-2014
Client and Funding Source: Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Mindanao Trust Fund for Reconstruction and Development Program (MTF-RDP) - Project Assessment of the Program Partnership Agreement 3, 2013
Client:  World Bank, Bangsamoro Development Authority
Funding Source: World Bank

Mindanao Rural Development Project 2 – Baseline Assessment on Public Private Partnership in Agriculture for Local Government Units, 2013
Client:  Department of Agriculture/MRDP2,   Philippine Agricultural Development and Commercial Corporation (PADCC)
Funding Source: World Bank

ARMM Human Capacity Development Project in the Republic of the Philippines, 2008-2013
Client and Funding Source: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Partner: IC Net Ltd., Japan

Linking Initiatives and Networking to Control Tuberculosis/TB LINC, 2010-2011
Client and Funding Source:  Philippine Business for Social Progress

Mindanao Sustainable Settlement Area Development (MINSSAD) Institutional DevelopmentComponent, 2004-2009 (Lead Firm)
Client: Department of Agrarian Reform
Funding Source: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)
Partner: SANYU Consultants

MRDP: Coastal and Marine Biodiversity, 2002-2005 (Lead Firm)
Client: World Bank, Department of Environment and Natural Resources /Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
Funding Source: World Bank
Partner: ENR Consultants, Inc., Southeast Asian Regional Center for Agriculture, Silliman University – Angelo King Center for Research and Environmental Management

ARMM Social Fund for Peace and Development, 2001
Client: Office of the Presidential Adviser for Regional Development
Funding Source: World Bank

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