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Marlon P. Palomo

Marlon P. Palomo

Director of the Sustainable Livelihood Development Program of the PRRM from June 2007 to present and the Executive Director of the International Network of Alternative Financial Institutions (INAFI-Phils) since June 2004.

He served as Director IV of the Department of Agrarian Reform from June 1998 to February 1999 and Assistant Vice President, Branch Manager, of the Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement from 1990 to 2004.

He has extensive experience on overall project management. His involvement includes Coastal Resource Management Operations, Anti-child Labor Projects, El Nido Solar Energy Project, El Nido Community-Based Conservation and Development Project.

His knowledge covers the entire project cycle: from situation analysis and problem identification and prioritization, to project identification, conceptualization, design and development to project packaging and negotiation for funding, to actual implementation, management, monitoring and evaluation.

He has also expertise in training, having developed and managed training programs for a wide range of participants, from adult learners who have little or no formal education to senior government officials and international development practitioners.

He is a graduate of BS in Architecture, Adamson University and of Master in Entrepreneurship and Social Development, Asian Institute of Management (2003).

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Publications

Journals, Books, Articles, Features and Commentaries on national and international policy, grassroots developments and initiatives and rural reconstruction movement. Read more
Community and Habitat No. 13: Community resilience needs a change in mindset Community and Habitat No. 13: Community resilience needs a change in mindset
Community resilience needs a change in mindset
THIS ISSUE OF PRRM’S COMMUNITY & HABITAT JOURNAL IS focused on the intertwined issues of climate change, energy and food.

Development Courses
Conrado Benitez Institute for Sustainability (CBIS)

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