It has always been PCSDI’s hope to be able to uplift the economic conditions of poor and impoverished and often neglected communities and sectors in the region through alternative sustainable, participatory and equitable development initiatives.
Year after year, PCSDI has been able to support a number of rural communities in developing their own potentials and thereby increasing their economic self-reliance and agricultural productivity. In some of our programs, impacts have been very significant that even other NGO’s have studied and applied our unique approaches.
The SIAD Project in Upper Rizal is perhaps one of PCSDI’s most successful projects given its low cost yet it brings high impacts to the community beneficiaries. The SIAD Phase I is implemented on January- October 2006 to kick-start the scoping phase of the project. Activities carried our include, among others, Participatory Rural Appraisal, Barangay…