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Philippine Sports Commission

Project Description

Engagement Types: Commissioned Research

“National Sports Research and Electronic Data Banking of Information”

The National Sports Research Agenda will cover data collection from Local Government Units (LGUs), the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) and respective National Sports Associations (NSAs), the Department of Education, the National Archives/National Library, as well as from the press and broadcast Media. Information can be sourced from records, structural statistics, news clippings/ articles and other relevant insights which can be drawn from locally-commissioned surveys.
In keeping with the digital age, there is a necessity to digitize all information gathered, for ease of retrieval and reference.  Henceforth, a Philippine Sports Database shall be created to serve as the repository of all Philippine sports-related information. The database shall cover various data, ranging from the biographical information of all National Pool members (traced from 1911 onwards), to records and statistics relating to Philippine participation in various international sporting meets (as far as written records can trace), national amateur sporting events, PSC programs, as well as information on sports-related entities and independent bodies (such as National Sports Associations), and other pertinent data on Philippine amateur sports.




National Capital Region
Region 1 Pangasinan
La Union
Ilocos Sur
Ilocos Norte
Region 2 Quirino
Nueva Vizcaya
Region 3 Zambales
Nueva Ecija
Region 4 – A Rizal
Region 4 – B Romblon
Oriental Mindoro
Occidental Mindoro
Region 5 Sorsogon
Camarines Sur
Camarines Norte

Department of Education with the Summer Institute of Linguistics

Project Description

Engagement Types:Technical Services Engagement
(for Baseline Language Assessment)

Philippine Ethnologue

“The aim of this project is to assess the current reality in the 183 Philippine languages listed as “living” in Currently, the living languages are listed as follows: 41 are institutional, 73 are developing, 45 are vigorous, 13 are in trouble, and 11 are dying.

Once the languages have been assessed it is our hope that faculty from many institutions working together with language communities could provide assistance needed to develop these languages to a greater degree, particularly those languages assessed as “in trouble” and “dying”.

This assistance would need to be discussed and agreed with the language communities themselves, but could be activities such as language documentation, participatory orthography development, dictionary publication or creation of materials for Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education.”


Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Department of Science and Technology
Department of Social Welfare and Development
Early Childhood Care and Development Council
Department of Health
Department of Agricultural Reform
People’s Television Network
Foreign Service Institute
Bureau of Customs


For Partners: Guidelines for Sectoral Partners and Frequently Asked Questions

For HEIs:

  1. CMO No. 11, s. 2016
  2. CMO No. 12, s. 2016
  3. CMO No. 13, s. 2016
  4. CMO No. 14, s. 2016
  5. Memorandum from the Chair dated 01 April 2016
  6. Sectoral Engagements Brochure
  7. IRSE Poster
  8. SHEI Nomination Kit