For inquiries, you may contact the AIM TeaM Energy Center.

Email: teamenergycenter@aim.edu

Tel. No.: (02) 892-4011 loc. 5602. 

The event showcases the BangsaMoro Conflict Monitoring System (BCMS), which monitors incidences, causes and costs of rebellion, violence and crime in the Bangsamoro.

 

This system was developed to generate relevant information to aid both the private and public sectors in making more informed, data-driven decisions to facilitate trade and investment, more sound policy-making, and more effective development and peace-building approaches.

 

The BCMS is continuously being enhanced to aid the user in understanding the nature of conflict in the Bangsamoro through evidence-based data harvested through reports from the Philippine National Police. 

This event was organized by the International Alert Philippines, the World Bank,

and AIM TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership.

Ever J. Abasolo
Methodology Adviser,
International Alert
Dr. Francisco 'Pancho' Lara Jr.
Country Director,
International Alert Philippines

WELCOMING REMARKS

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PROGRAMME

Prof. Manuel J. De Vera 
Executive Director,
AIM TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership
Nikki Philline de la Rosa
Deputy Country Manager, International Alert Philippines
Hon. Aleem Siddiqui M. Guiapal
Bureau Director of the Muslim Economic Affairs of the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos, Office of the President,
Republic of the Philippines

PANEL OF REACTORS

Markus Mayer
Programme Manager for
South- & Southeast Asia,
International Alert
Datu Mohamad Omar Pasigan, Al Hadj
President,
Bangsamoro Business Club
Mohammad Yacob
Executive Director,
Bangsamoro Development Agency

SPEAKERS

Matthew Stephens

Senior Social Development Specialist

World Bank

CLOSING REMARKS

Maria Teresa Lopez

Vice President

TeaM Energy Foundation, Inc.

Jorge Golle

ICT and Visibility Officer, BCMS

International Alert Philippines

Hands-on Demonstration of the

BangsaMoro Conflict Monitoring System (BCMS)

Registration is now closed.

A conversation on the dynamics between
business, conflict, and the potential for wealth creation
in the Bangsamoro.