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Indigenous Peoples Development Programme Caraga Region, Southern Philippines

The population of indigenous peoples (IPs) in the Caraga Region, Southern Philippines is estimated at 500,000. Recognizing the disadvantaged position and vulnerability of the IPs in the region, the ILO responded by launching the Caraga Indigenous Peoples Development Programme (IPDP Caraga). The Programme seeks to help strengthen the capacity of the IPs for individual and collective self-reliance in the sustainable development and protection of their ancestral domains.

Type: Brochure
Date issued: 03 December 2012
Authors: Diane Lynn Respall, Senior Programme Assistant
Format available: 2 p.

Tags: decent work, ethnic groups, indigenous and tribal peoples

Regions and countries covered: Philippines

Unit responsible: ILO Country Office for the Philippines

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