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National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA)
http://www.neda.gov.ph
NEDA is the country's independent economic development and planning agency. The President heads it as chairman of the NEDA board, with the Secretary of Socio-Economic Planning, concurrently NEDA Director-General, as vice-chairman. All Cabinet members, as well as the Central Bank Governor, are members of the NEDA Board.

National Science And Technology Plan 2002-2020
http://www.dost.gov.ph
The National Science and Technology Plan for 2002-2020 (NSTP 2020) is a long-term indicative plan, which defines, in broad strokes, the direction of science and technology (S&T) development in the Philippines for the next 18 years. It is the S&T community's response to the national leadership's call for S&T to be the foundation of future economic development in the country. The Plan is supportive of the visions and goals stated in the Medium-Term Philippine Development Plan (MTPDP) which are: macroeconomic stability with equitable growth based on free enterprise, agriculture and fisheries modernization with social equity, comprehensive human development, and good governance.

Philippine Economic Zone Authority - on line environment corner
http://environment.peza.gov.ph
Environmental Safety Group (ESG) develops and implements environmental management policies and programs to ensure compliance and improve performance of economic zone enterprises in the protection and conservation of the environment.

Philippine Council for Sustainable Development (PCSD)
http://pcsd.neda.gov.ph
It gives details of the Programmes developed by PCSD.

Philippine Energy Plan (PEP)
http://www.doe.gov.ph/PEP/default.htm
The Philippine Energy Plan 2005 Update (PEP 2005 Update) outlines options to ensure reliability and adequacy of supply of various forms of energy. Against the specter of the continually increasing oil price in the world market and power shortage on the domestic front, this PEP 2005 Update sets out to appraise the possibilities and courses of action towards providing adequate supply to the increasing energy demand through resource development and savings, as well as power market reforms.

MEDIUM-TERM PHILIPPINE DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2004-2010
http://www.neda.gov.ph
It gives details of the development Plan

Department of Energy Portal

http://www.doe.gov.ph
The Department is mandated to prepare, integrate, coordinate, supervise and control all plans, programs, projects and activities of the Government related to exploration, development, utilization, distribution and conservation of energy

EcoGov - Philippine Environmental Governance Project
http://ecogovproject.denr.gov.ph
The EcoGov Program addresses critical threats to the Philippines' coastal resources and forests, primarily, over-fishing and use of destructive fishing practices, and illegal logging and conversion of natural forests. The Program also strengthens the ability of local governments and communities to implement integrated solid waste and water quality/resources management.

Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) - Policies
http://www.denr.gov.ph
The DENR is mandated to be the primary government agency responsible for the conservation, management, development and proper use of the country's environment and natural resources, including those in reserves, watershed areas and lands of the public domain, as well as the licensing and regulation of all natural resources utilization as may be provided by law in order to ensure equitable sharing of the benefits derived there from for the welfare of the present and future generations of Filipinos.

Environmental Management Bureau
http://www.emb.gov.ph
A portal where there is latest news about the projects and policies developed by Department of Environmental and Natural Resources.

Environmental Programme for Industry Competitiveness
http://www.epic.org.ph
To assess the effectiveness of government environmental policies and programs, it aims to determine the impacts of sustainable development (SD)-related interventions on the Philippine industrial sector, specifically on SMEs. It will also (a) assess how the production behavior and performance of Philippine SMEs have been influenced or affected by government SD-related interventions; and (b) develop a monitoring system by which the impact of these SD-related interventions on the firm can be regularly and effectively tracked in the future.

SMICZMP- Southern Mindanao Integrated Coastal Zone Management
http://www.denr.gov.ph
Project is an environmental initiative that seeks to integrate the management concerns of the uplands or watershed and the coastal and marine habitats and resources.

Philippine Export Development Plan 2005 - 2007
http://www.sme.com.ph
The Philippine Export Development Plan (PEDP) is a rolling three-year plan that forms part of the Medium-Term Philippine Development Plan (MTPDP). It defines the country's export strategies and programs that shall be implemented by government and the private sector.

Foundation for the Philippine Environment (FPE)
http://www.fpe.ph
FPE aims to reverse the rapid destruction of the Philippines' natural resources by initiating programs and activities that strengthen the role of NGOs, peoples' organization (POs), and local communities in the management of the ecosystem.

Philippine Export Development Plan 2005 - 2007
http://www.sme.com.ph
The Philippine Export Development Plan (PEDP) is a rolling three-year plan that forms part of the Medium-Term Philippine Development Plan (MTPDP). It defines the country's export strategies and programs that shall be implemented by government and the private sector.

Sme.community.Philippines
http://www.sme.com.ph
It is a membership program created to establish an e-Community of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the Philippines. It enables an organisation to put its business in the world market through the world-wide web

Information Technology Association of the Philippines (ITAP)
http://www.itaphil.org
ITAP is a private, independent and non-profit association, representing the leading IT vendors in the Philippines. Founded in 1984, ITAP has been the accepted voice of the Philippine IT industry throughout the years and is committed to the development and welfare of the Information Technology industry in the Philippines.

Science.ph
http://www.science.ph
The project interconnects Philippine science and technology information spread over web pages at the same time retaining its geographic and heterogeneous implementations. It is an information service using the web and web services technology. This is the users first click to Philippine S & T information..

Development Bank of the Philippines
http://www.one-environment.ph
The Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) vigorously pursues its commitment to environmental protection and sustainable development. DBP is one of the first Philippine banks to integrate environmental considerations in all aspects of its operations. DBP provides financing as well as technical assistance to projects that are environmentally sound.

Venture Capital in developing countries: the case of Philippine
http://blake.montclair.edu
In this paper there is a summary of the initial research focusing on the development of the venture capital industry in the Philippines, which is a developing country that has recently been a recipient of significant venture capital investment. More specifically, it has analyzed the impact of the lack of a fully developed institutional framework (primarily financial and legal) on the development of the venture capital industry in the Philippines.

Small Business Guarantee and Finance Corporation (SBGFC)
http://www.sbgfc.org.ph
Small Business Guarantee and Finance Corporation (Small Business Corporation) is a government financial institution attached to the Department of Trade and Industry that is mandated to provide credit financing and guarantees to the country's small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

SME Development Support - Loan Program
http://www.adb.org
The Project is an integral part of coordinated support of development partners to help the Government implement its SME Development Plan 2004-2010. The Project will specifically help meet the funding gap for SMEs by providing a credit line to the Small Business Guarantee and Finance Corporation (SB Corporation) under government guarantee aimed at viable SMEs that currently do not have access to bank financing, and a Partial Credit Guarantee (PCG) Facility without Government counter-guarantee to encourage selected private sector financial institutions to expand their SME portfolio particularly to qualified medium sized enterprises outside the target client group of SB Corporation.

Philippine Venture Capital Investment Group
http://www.philvencap.com/index.htm
PhilVenCap.Com is a website where investors can review promising investment opportunities, and entrepreneurs can pitch their business projects to serious investors & angels who will nurture your vision.

Philippine Board of Investments - 2005 investment priority plans
http://www.boi.gov.ph/pls/portal/url/ITEM/568453CA2E4C410ABBBDF872B5E997B7
The 2005 Investment Priorities Plan (IPP) was prepared to serve as a conduit to realize the 10-point legacy that the Macapagal-Arroyo Administration has envisioned. The strategies and policy programs to achieve the 10-point legacy is outlined in the 2004-2010 Medium Term Philippine Development Plan (MTPDP), which has the basic task of fighting poverty by building prosperity for the greater number of the Filipino people.

Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines
http://www.ipophil.gov.ph/homepage.asp
It gives details of the Intellectual Property office of the Philippines.

Intellectual Property Rights in the Philippines: brief background
http://www.chanrobles.com/legal7history.htm
It gives a history of the development of IPR system in Philippines.

Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI)
http://www.philippinechamber.com/virtualsme.aspx
The PCCI, as the single voice of Philippine business, is a critical catalyst in building globally competitive businesses and in strengthening local chambers and affiliated business associations. It achieves its vision and mission through focused advocacy for business growth, strategic business services, and national/ international business networking resulting in sustainable economic growth for the long-term benefit for businesses and people.

Small Economic Enterprises Development (SEED)
http://www.seed.org.ph/
Seed is a Philippine firm of consultants based in Manila. SEED was established in 1986 as a non-stock and non-profit organization. It provides unique services to the problems of growth and development of micro, cottage and small enterprises. It has expertise and vast experience in enterprise identification, assessment, training, consultancy, and rehabilitation. It also provides technical support in the formulation of business development strategies, project design, monitoring and evaluation, designing appropriate training modules and conducting trainors' training for government and non-government organizations and local government unit staff in enterprise development.

SME Centers
http://www.dti.gov.ph/contentment/66/69/676.jsp
SME Centers are envisioned to be the focal points for SMEs seeking assistance or information on government and private sector programs and services. There are 25 selected SME Centers nationwide that have been given priority assistance and support under the National SME Development Agenda. Several of these priority SME Centers operate through the close cooperation between the Department of Trade and Industry, Local Government Units, Local Chambers of Commerce, and Provincial SMED Councils.

Science Park of the Philippines, Inc. (SPPI)
http://www.sciencepark.com.ph/
SPPI is a privately-owned industrial park developer in the Philippines, whose proponents include Mitsui & Co., The Fremont Group (investment arm of the Bechtel Family), Philippine American Life and General Insurance Co. (a wholly owned subsidiary of the American International Group ("AIG")), National Development Company ("NDC"), and Investment & Capital Corporation of the Philippines ("ICCP"). It has developed a series of well-managed and strategically located industrial parks in the Calabarzon area, approximately 35 kilometers south of Manila, and in Mactan Island, Cebu. The parks are registered as Special Economic Zones.