CHED-HEDF funded Project, CHED SAFE>GRS>FOSHE, undergoes an online annual monitoring and evaluation

CHED-HEDF funded Project, Enhancement of the System for Agriculture and Fisheries Education through the Integration of Green and Remote Sensing Technologies Towards Food Security, Sustainability, Health and Safety of the Environment (CHED SAFE>GRS>FOSHE) underwent an online annual monitoring and evaluation last August 11, 2021.

CHED SAFE>GRS>FOSHE is an ongoing two-year research program under the Institute for Climate Change and Environmental Management, Central Luzon State University (ICCEM, CLSU) which aims to improve and transform the agriculture and fisheries education through extension by means of dissemination of green and remote sensing technologies to selected students, farmers, LGUs and local communities in Central Luzon using various promotional techniques and strategies.

The evaluation team, led by the Ms. Mayumi Belandres and Mr. Maynard Balao of the Research Management Division, Office of Planning, Research and Knowledge Management (OPKRM), Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Ms. Myra Paz Manalo of Higher Education Development Fund (HEDF), and Mr. Nathaniel Alibuyog of Mariano Marcos State University (MMSU), evaluated the program’s five projects under the leadership of Dr. Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto and Dr. Gella Patria Abella.

The outputs and accomplishments were presented by the research team as a part of the annual evaluation and monitoring.

-Kimberly Joy Mata