Assessment of the Dynamics of SUKARAP in Selected Areas of General Santos City as Basis for Intervention Programs

Type of funding: Internal Duration: On-going Budget: Php 75,000 Funding Agency(s): MSU-GSC Status: Completion – October, 2017 PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Gerry Jesus J. Villano/ CSSH OBJECTIVE (S) To document the dynamics of sukarap in three (3) barangays in General Santos

   
Acceptance of Moodle Quiz Module among College Faculty Members

Type of funding: Internal Duration: On-going Budget: Php 75,000 Funding Agency(s): MSU-GSC Status: Completion – October, 2017 PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Teresa J. Sanchez/ CNSM,Prof. Jose T. Trillo II/ CNSM OBJECTIVE (S) To determine the acceptance of Moodle Quiz Module among

   
Hydrologic Study and Economic Viability Analysis of Apopong Springs’ Runoff for Utilization as Water Source for General Santos City Water District

Type of funding: External Duration: On-going Budget: Php 492,000 Funding Agency(s): GSCWD Status: Completion – May 2017 PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Dr. Edward R. Lapong/ College of Agriculture OBJECTIVE (S) To come up with an overview on the hydrologic properties and characteristics

   
Children Care in Selected Indigenous Peoples’ Communities in Sarangani Province

Type of funding: Internal Duration: On-going Budget: Php 73,780 Funding Agency(s): MSU-GSC Status: Completion – May 2017 PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Joy C. Calva/ CSSH,Prof. Richard R. Pernia/ CSSH,Prof. Rebino B. Batoto/ CSSH OBJECTIVE (S) To document the present efforts in

   
ICT Competency Levels of Teachers in Department of Education & Selected Tertiary Institutions in General Santos City

Type of funding: Internal Duration: On-going Budget: Php 52,030 Funding Agency(s): MSU-GSC Status: Completion – May 2017 PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Dr. Maria Theresa P. Pelones/ College of Education,Ms. Aida F. Docena/ MSU-CETD OBJECTIVE (S) To assess the ICT Competency Levels of

   
STD/HIV Knowledge, Attitudes and High Risk Behavior Practices among Ethnic and Non-Ethnic Public High School Students in Sarangani Province

Type of funding: External Duration: 2015-2016 Budget: Php 200,000 Funding Agency(s): DOST-PCHRD Status: Completion – February 2017 PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Dr. Wilfred D. Bidad/ MSU-Graduate School,Prof. Czarina S. Saikol/ BA&A OBJECTIVE (S) To determine the levels of and knowledge, attitudes and

   
Extraction and Rheological Characterization of Iota-Carrageenan from Euchema denticulatum Using Two Different Alkaline Treatments

Type of funding: Internal Duration: 2015-2016 Budget: Php 75,000 Funding Agency(s): MSU-GSC Status: 80% to completion PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Dr. Remedios S. Flamiano/ CNSM,Ms. Jeanette B. Madas/ CNSM OBJECTIVE (S) To evaluate the effect of the different alkali-modified treatments and calcium

   
Programs on Drug and Substance Abuse Prevention and Law Enforcement in Two (2) Cities in Region 12: An Empirical Study

Type of funding: External Duration: Budget: Php 200,000 Funding Agency(s): DOST-PCHRD Status: Complete Terminal Report Drafting PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Edgar E. Mabad/ BA&A,Prof. Berlita Y. Disca/ CNSM,Ms. Rhea B. Ayop/ OVCAF OBJECTIVE (S) To assess the efforts on programs related

   
Isolation of Cellulose-Degrading Bacteria from Agro-Waste and Determination of their Cellulolytic Potential

Type of funding: Internal Duration: Budget: Php 75,000 Funding Agency(s): MSU-GSC Status: Complete Terminal Report Drafting PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Putlih Adzra T. Pautong/ CNSM OBJECTIVE (S) To collect potential cellulolytic microbial isolates for the biodegradation of cellulose contained in different

   
Isolation and Characterization of Potential Probiotics for Aquaculture Applications

Type of funding: Internal Duration: Budget: Php 75,000 Funding Agency(s): MSU-GSC Status: Complete Terminal Report Drafting PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. April Joy F. Abalunan/ CNSM OBJECTIVE (S) To isolate and purify beneficial microbes from shrimp farms in General Santos City and

   
Isolation and Characterization of Beneficial Microbes for Sustainable Rice Farming

Type of funding: Internal Duration: Budget: Php 75,000 Funding Agency(s): MSU-GSC Status: Complete Terminal Report Drafting PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Mr. Paolo M. Tagaloguin/ CNSM OBJECTIVE (S) To screen for beneficial microbes from rhizospheric soil of both upland and wetland rice varieties

   
Implementation of 2016 Citizen Satisfaction Index System (CSIS) in Kiamba, Sarangani Province

Type of funding: External Duration: Budget: Php 195,195 Funding Agency(s): Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Status: Complete Terminal Report Drafting PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Berlita Y. Disca/ CNSM,Prof. Doli-Jane T. Lugatiman/ CNSM,Prof. Rendon A. Dela Cruz/ CNSM,Mr. Renan B.

   
The Nature, Causes, and Dynamics of Internal Migration: A Baseline Study to Enhance Population Management Strategies and Delivery of Social Services in General Santos City

Type of funding: External Duration: Budget: Php 730,109.15 Funding Agency(s): LGU Population Commission Status: Complete Terminal Report Drafting PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Rufa C. Guiam/ CSSH OBJECTIVE (S) To generate research data for an information system that will monitor current patterns,

   
Farming Systems of Upland Rice and Upland Corn in General Santos City

Type of funding: External Duration: Budget: Php 700,000 Funding Agency(s): DA-RFO XII Status: Complete Terminal Report Drafting PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Helen I. Perpetua/ College of Agriculture OBJECTIVE (S) To document and evaluate the indigenous farming practices of upland rice and

   
Capacities and Needs Assessment for Health Emergency Management in two municipalities within the Ligawasan Wetlands Biodiversity Reserve (Ligawasan Marsh)

Type of funding: External Duration: Budget: Php 350,000 Funding Agency(s): DOST-PCHRD Status: Complete Terminal Report Drafting PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Rufa Guiam/ CSSH,Prof. Lolymar J. Reyes/ CSSH,Prof. Jesse Angelo L. Altez/ CSSH OBJECTIVE (S) To describe levels of preparedness to handle

   
Access and Utilization of Medicine Among the Elderly in General Santos City

Type of funding: External Duration: Budget: Php 200,000 Funding Agency(s): DOST-PCHRD Status: Complete Terminal Report Drafting PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Esther Z. Plaga/ CSSH,Dr. Ava Clare Marie O. Robles/ College of Education OBJECTIVE (S) To determine the accessibility and utilization of

   
Antioxidant Properties, Acetylcholinesterase Inhibition, and Hydroxyapatite screening of Marine Shipworm (Teredora princesae)

Type of funding: External Duration: Budget: Php 350,000 Funding Agency(s): DOST-PCHRD Status: Complete Terminal Report Drafting PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Paul R. Olvis/ College of Education,Prof. Angem L. Descallar/ CNSM,Prof. Rommel J. Jagus/ CNSM OBJECTIVE (S) To evaluate the bioactivities particularly

   
Level of Halal Knowledge and Halal Practices of Small Food Establishments (SFE) vendors in the selected urban areas of Region 12

Type of funding: External Duration: Budget: Php 200,000 Funding Agency(s): DOST-PCHRD Status: Complete Terminal Report Drafting PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Lorie B. Martin/ PE Department,Prof. Isnira A. Baginda/ CSSH OBJECTIVE (S) To determine the levels of halal knowledge and halal practices

   
Evaluation and Development of Nutraceutical and Cosmeceutical Products from Saluyot (Corchorus olitorius) and Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus): Protective and Preventive Alternatives for Health and Wellness (Phase I)

Type of funding: External Duration: Budget: Php1,986,330 Funding Agency(s): DA-BAR Status: Complete Terminal Report Drafting PROPONENT/COLLEGE INVOLVED Prof. Tres Tinna B. Martin/ CNSM,Dr. Edna P. Oconer/ CNSM,Prof. Christine Dawn G. Obemio/ CNSM,Prof. Maria Amelia R. Punla/ CNSM,Prof. Angem L. Descallar/

   
Ethnopharmacological Resource Valuation in the Indigenous People (IP) Communities of SOCSKSARGEN Region

Type of funding: External Duration: 12mos (approved for 6mos extension) Budget: Php1,000,000 Funding Agency(s): DA-BAR Status: Completed Maria Luisa P. Non, Angem L. Librando, Christine Dawn G. Obemio, TresTinna B. Martin and Rhumer S. Lañojan ABSTRACT This study determined the

   
Health and Lifestyle of Indigenous and Moro Elders in SOCSARGEN

Type of funding: External Duration: 12mos Budget: Php200,000 Funding Agency(s): DOST-PCHRD Status: Completed Inoray D. Osop ABSTRACT This study was inspired by several situations witnessed personally that indicate some maltreatments of elders in rural community in contrast to the mandate

   
Maternal and Infant Health Survey in Three Indigenous Communities of SOCSARGEN

Type of funding: External Duration: 12mos Budget: Php200,000 Funding Agency(s): DOST-PCHRD Status: Completed Prescillano D. Campado ABSTRACT The significance of the study lies in providing the health database of the three identified communities where at least one indigenous peoples are

   
Pesticide Residues in Surface Waters and Groundwater Supplies in Large Scale Agricultural Areas in T’boli, South Cotabato: A Health Concern

Type of funding: External Duration: 12mos Budget: Php200,000 Funding Agency(s): DOST-PCHRD Status: Completed(June 2013) Janet T. Comoda and Maria Amelia R. Punla ABSTRACT Six (6) sampling stations for surface waters in the agricultural areas and six (6) sampling stations for

   
Health and Management Constraints to Village Chicken Production in Rural Areas in North and South Cotabato

Type of funding: External Duration: 12mos Budget: Php200,000 Funding Agency(s): CHED Status: Completed Agnes M. Caliza, Elizabeth C. Molina, Vingelle B. Jimenez, Elsa A. Gonzaga, Nancy B. Salcedo, Ma. Argie M. Laquihon ABSTRACT A study with four project components was

   
Heavy Metal (Pb, Hg, Cd) Contamination in Sarangani Bay and its Uptake on Fishes, Shellfishes and Seaweeds: Benchmark for Policy Formulation and Environmental Management

Type of funding: External Duration: 18mos Budget: Php905,000 Funding Agency(s): FPE & DA-BAR Status: Completed(March 2013) Edna P. Oconer, Maria Amelia R. Punla, Christine Dawn G. Obemio And Tres Tinna B. Martin ABSTRACT The study evaluated heavy metal load particularly

   

        

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