The Central Visayas Regional Project Central Visayas Regional Project (CVRP) is a region-based rural development effort aimed at improving both the resource base and the living standards of small-scale upland farmers, nearshore fishermen and marginal forest dwellers through a community-based resource management. This project has three major components: upland agriculture, nearshore fisheries and social forestry. Each of these components has introduced various interventions depending on the nature of the resource involved and the kind of intervention necessary to arrest resource degradation. This paper conducts an impact assessment of CRVP-I relative to its objectives: improving welfare of target beneficiaries, strengthening regional, local government and communities’ management capabilities and monitoring sustained use of the region’s natural resources.
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