It might be your first time to hear of the Ancestral Domain Sustainable Development and Protection Plan (ADSDPP), but there’s a reason why World Friends Foundation, Inc. chose this as its core project for this year.
What exactly is the ADSDPP, and why is it important?
Check on this infographic to know more! Let the data surprise you:
Hope this gives you a better overview of the ADSDPP. If interested to join us in helping out indigenous communities with producing their ADSDPP publications, please contact us here 🙂
Now, signing up for World Friends’ volunteer program is made easier with Eventbrite! 🙂
As an overview of World Friends’ program:
On-going project: Ancestral Domain Sustainable Development and Protection Plan (ADSDPP) technical editing and follow-up field work research. The ADSDPP is a pre-requisite to the issuance of the community’s Certificate of Ancestral Domain. This certificate protects ancestral lands from land grabbers and mining corporations. Check here for the ADSDPP overview for your reference.
Fee: PHP 400 (7.40 Euro) per day for housing and three meals a day
Dates available: Every Wednesday from June 15 to December 15, 2016. Every ticket bought gives you access to one full week (7 days) on the field.
Purchase your one-week field access tickets here 🙂
Hope to see you on the field!