Sibol ng Agham at Teknolohiya (SIBAT), Inc.

Since our establishment in 1984, SIBAT envisions a just and sovereign society that upholds genuine development through people-based science & technology. SIBAT commits to develop, promote and popularize the application of appropriate technologies towards attaining village-level sustainable development in poor communities. As such, SIBAT have gained significant breakthroughs in sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, genetic conservation and water systems development. By the end of 2022, SIBAT's goals are: 1. Self-reliant and resilient communities that have adopted appropriate technologies and can adapt to the effects of climate change. 2. Institutionalized structures and mecha...

Sibol ng Agham at Teknolohiya (SIBAT), Inc.
Unit 322 Eagle Court Condominium, 26 Matalino Street
Barangay Central
Quezon City, Metro Manila 1100
Philippines
(632) 9288316
http://www.sibat.org

Executive Director

Victoria M. Lopez

Management Team

Sansen Maglinte, Aurelio dela Cruz, Maria Victoria Lauzon, Maria Pilar Castro-Pablo, Imelda Rodriguez

Board of Directors

Carmelito Tatlonghari, Victoria Lopez, Amaryllis Enriquez, Raymundo Rovillos, Norma Respicio, Aurora Trance, Eric Zerrudo, Erlinda Taruc-Co, Romeo Quijano, Edward Deveza, Sansen Maglinte, Aurelio dela Cruz, Maria Victoria Lauzon, Maria Pilar Castro-Pablo, Imelda Rodriguez

Project Leaders

Maria Pilar Castro-Pablo

Mission

Since our establishment in 1984, SIBAT envisions a just and sovereign society that upholds genuine development through people-based science & technology. SIBAT commits to develop, promote and popularize the application of appropriate technologies towards attaining village-level sustainable development in poor communities. As such, SIBAT have gained significant breakthroughs in sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, genetic conservation and water systems development. By the end of 2022, SIBAT's goals are: 1. Self-reliant and resilient communities that have adopted appropriate technologies and can adapt to the effects of climate change. 2. Institutionalized structures and mechanisms that support the appropriate technology (AT) efforts of SIBAT and partner poor communities. CORE VALUES AND GUIDING PRINCIPLES: Uphold social justice and national sovereignty. SIBAT helps enhance the poor people's opportunities to enjoy, and capabilities to assert and demand for, their basic rights. SIBAT unites with the people's effort to chart their own course towards national sovereignty and economic independence. Equity and bias for the poorest and disadvantaged. SIBAT assures everyone in the community equal opportunities from and access to appropriate technology, resources and benefits with particular attention given to the poor farmers, women and indigenous peoples. Peoples' participation and ownership in development. SIBAT upholds the people's right to determine, participate in, and have control over their own appropriate technology development. Holistic. SIBAT addresses community problems, through appropriate technology interventions, that are determined from a comprehensive and integrated perspective. Technological innovation and competence. SIBAT enhances the practice of innovation, development of knowledge and mastery of skills. SIBAT upholds quality standards in the application of science and technology for the people. Care for health and environment. SIBAT works for the conservation and management of the environment and gives due attention to the promotion of good health and well-being of the people. Gender consciousness. SIBAT integrates and promotes gender equality in its programs and projects, and in each individual's work, actions and language.

Programs

SIBAT's main thrust is establishing "Village Level Sustainable Development" towards poverty reduction of rural and urban poor communities. SIBAT's main goals (by the end of 2022) - SIBAT would have achieved the following: 1) Self-reliant and resilient communities that have adopted appropriate technologies and can adapt to the effects of climate change and 2) Institutionalized structures and mechanisms that support the appropriate technology efforts of SIBAT and poor Filipino communities. With these goals, SIBAT has the ff. main programs on appropriate technology development - sustainable agriculture and renewable energy development with a community-based and participatory approach.

Statistics on Sibol ng Agham at Teknolohiya (SIBAT), Inc.

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2011: $300,000
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $282,000
  • Other funding sources: International organizations, NGOs, individual donors, government, religious organizations, income generating projects, community contributions of labor or local materials
  • Religious Affiliation: None
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