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LIST OF COMPLETED INTERNAL PROJECTS

Project Photo/Logo Title Description Period Proponents Funding Agency
-- Institutionalization of Dapat LIGTAS (Ligtas, Ingat at Gayak ang may Talino sa Amba ng Sakuna): A DRRM- GAD Campaign at Barangay Catalanacan Science City of Munoz, Nueva Ecija Disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) is a multi-sector concern because everyone is affected. The society must work hand in hand to determine how well the harmful effects can be mitigated and take actions to prevent losses and damage not only of properties but human life most especially. DRRM efforts should take place before, during and after a hazard. Institutionalizing the DRRM campaign at Brgy Catalanacan, Science City of Munoz, Nueva Ecija is the paramount objective of this project. Specifically, it aims to establish partnership with City and Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Offices, raise the level of awareness and preparedness of the constituents of the barangay on DRRM, capacitate the household heads of the barangay on DRRM, develop or update an Integrated Barangay DRRM Plan and formulate policy brief on DRRM awareness and preparedness of Science City of Munoz. 4/1/2021-12/1/2021
  • Roberto D. Pelayo,
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Mercedita M. Reyes,
  • Evelyn M. Ben,
  • Mark Christian V. De Jesus,
  • Eliza E. Camaso,
  • Edmark P. Bulaong,
  • Sharina Carla S. Merculio,
  • Jocelyn T. Neuda
-- Dapat LIGTAS (Ligtas, Ingat at Gayak ang may Talino sa Amba ng Sakuna): A DRRM Intensive Information Dissemination thru Mothers in Science City of Munoz, Nueva Ecija Awareness, identification, understanding and measurement of disaster risks are all clearly fundamental underpinnings of disaster risk management (UNISDR, 2015). Disaster risk reduction entails decisions and practical choices, somehow dependent on available resources for management. In this light, information and communication are highly necessary. Since natural hazards are real and disasters seem to be impending, risk reduction and management are imperatives to at least minimize if not prevent losses and impacts to human life. Because people are affected and are of primary consideration, capacitating them and making them prepared to face these squarely are noteworthy to consider. Where else can we best start education but in home where formal structure of information dissemination is expected. This is the best place where mothers stay most of their time to be receptive so that at the end of the day, they can share the knowledge to their loved ones and relatives. The main objective of the study is to do intensive information dissemination about disaster risk reduction and management among the mothers in Science City of Munoz, Nueva Ecija. Specifically, the project will undertake to do needs assessment analysis and establish the gaps to fill in, conceptualize strategies and programs for effective information dissemination, produce information materials and widely disseminate information thru the produced materials. 8/1/2020-3/31/2021
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Roberto D. Pelayo,
  • Mercedita M. Reyes,
  • Evelyn M. Ben,
  • Mark Christian V. De Jesus,
  • Jocelyn T. Neuda
-- Vulnerability Assesment of Central Luzon State University and its Students to Climate Change The objective of the study is to identify the specific climate change challenges faced by the agricultural sector of CLSU and the health welfare of the students to understand the different climate risks, vulnerabilities, adaptation and resilience. This study is to provide the policy and decision-makers with science-based information on the magnitude and/or degree of vulnerability of CLSU to drought and flood hazards. It also analyzes and determines as to where and what interventions should be conducted as well as the strategies and methods to be applied. 6/1/2021-4/30/2022
  • Eliza E. Camaso,
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Roberto D. Pelayo,
  • Edmark P. Bulaong,
  • Neal Vincent L. Fernando
-- Gender-Diffirentiated Impact of Climate Change on CLSU Employees The project aims to identify the different climate risks and impacts among CLSU employees of different occupations, ages, and genders in order to examine how climate change affects the work of men and women differently in the exercise of their profession; how, why, and to what extent they vary from work to work or place of assignment. It will examine the degree to which current policies and initiatives consider and respond to gendered impacts of climate change and whether they allow for gender-responsive adaptation and mitigation activities in the work sector. 6/1/2021-4/30/2022
  • Eliza E. Camaso,
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Carolyn Grace P. Somera,
  • Roberto D. Pelayo,
  • Edmark P. Bulaong,
  • Neal Vincent L. Fernando
Central Luzon State University Land Use Development and Infrastructure Plan (LUDIP) for 2021 - 2031 The CLSU LUDIP is in line with the realization of the Universitys vision under its Strategic Plan 2016-2040 where it is envisioned to be a sustainable community where learning, teaching, and research are integrated into a living laboratory, where communication and physical infrastructures provide connectivity among its constituents and the outside world, and where a common vision is shared with adjacent communities and local government units. Specifically, it covers narrative, visual representations, graphics, and illustrations of campus planning framework; detailed geographical description and survey of the campus site, such as idle lands and extension sites; inventory of all buildings, facilities, and other infrastructure within SUC area; and detailed geographical description of land used for commercial, agriculture, fishery, parks, and other activities. Also, it highlights the description of the research core, academic core, and residential areas covering both housing for faculty and staff, dormitories for students, as well as detailed geographical description and survey of the site intended for dormitories for students and housing sites for employees. Moreover, the design and estimated cost for construction and maintenance of infrastructure needs as well as financial plan were included in the CLSU LUDIP. 2/22/2021-9/15/2021
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Jaypee S. De Guzman,
  • Cheryl G. Ramos,
  • Rhodora I. Dela Rosa,
  • Maria Adrielle S. Estigoy,
  • Jay B. Villafria Jr. ,
  • Ryan B. Esteban,
  • Onasis S. Peru ,
  • Fernan T. Fiegalan,
  • Diane Shiela C. Castillo,
  • Carlo Raul C. Divina,
  • Paul Henric P. Gojo Cruz,
  • Redel L. Gutierrez,
  • Dr. Melanie P. Tolentino,
  • Judith A. Teano,
  • Felicidad V. Domingo,
  • Jeffrey M. Larua,
  • Armando N. Espino, Jr. ,
  • Marvin M. Cinense,
  • Renato B. Dela Cruz,
  • Ronaldo H. De Guzman,
  • Nomer C. Esmero,
  • Eliza E. Camaso,
  • Nixon DR. Esguerra,
  • Macgyver B. Afan,
  • Nolly F. Isip,
  • Che Lean C. Cabico,
  • Zhandon Paul M. Cario,
  • Emman E. Ramos