MENRO conducts CBRAM in co-management areas
by USWAG Surallah
Koronadal City (27 October) -- A snapshot of account and information of the community's resources was gathered by the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO) during the conduct of a two-day Community-Based Resources Assessment and Mapping (CBRAM) to each barangay under the Co-Management areas of the municipality.
The said activity is a result of the Co-Management Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signing early this year between the Local Government Unit of Surallah and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Office (DENR) 12.
CBRAM is a participatory resources management methodology aimed to establish and update existing data of landscape of each barangay. The said activity resulted to updated barangay profile through the information provided by the member of the Barangay Planners composed mainly of the Barangay Official, Sitio/ Purok Leaders. BHWs, BNS, church's group, BPLKSs, tribal leaders, local traders, farmers, members of the various people's organization and other interest groups.
The CBRAM was already conducted to four barangay-Canahay, Colongulo, Little Baguio and Moloy.
Being the lead agency in conducting the CBRAM, MENRO was also supported by Councilor Hernany Regalado, SB Committee Chairman on Agriculture and Environment together with the team formed by Mayor Solivio composed of the Mayor's Office (MO), Municipal Planning and Development Office (MPDO), Office of the Municipal Agriculture (OMAg), and Municipal Assessor's Office (MAsO) in partnership with Allah Valley Landscape Development Alliance (AVLDA) and DENR Protected Area Superintendent (PASu) Office. (PIA 12 kla) [top]