Philippines Sustainable Development Network
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Philippines Sustainable Development Network is a non-stock, non-profit corporation registered at the Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission on May 3, 1993. PSDN is composed of organizations which are actively involved in the pursuit of sustainable development. It is more than an information network that embraces a whole spectrum of process and events that ultimately contributes to the formulation and implementation of sustainable development strategies.
This Foundation which is incorporated under the name PHILIPPINE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT NETWORK FOUNDATION, INC. (PSDN) and it serves as a distinct group of individuals and organizations that are actively involved in the pursuit of sustainable development by providing easy access to information. The PSDN is an information technology systems integrator with services ranging from system design, provision of full internet access, Networking (LAN, Intranet) installation, training, creation of Home Pages, maintenance of Web Sites.
PSDN vision is to be the provider of services to improve information networking among advocates of sustainable development and its mission is to facilitate the more efficient access, linkage and dissemination of information on sustainable development through technical enhancement employing simple, cost effective and replicable information technology/systems.
Their main objective is to provide easier, more affordable and rapid access of information to users in governmental, research and educational, non-governmental, and entrepreneurial organizations and to develop simple, cost-effective and replicable information technology/systems that would enhance the capacity for information networking of individuals and organizations in sustainable development.
by GLENN ROI AGURANG :P
- PSDE homepage (accessed on August 20, 2007)
- Philippine Sustainable development Network(accessed on August 9, 2007)