UBan Co Projects

Adopt-a-Barangay - Ewon, Sevilla, Bohol

This project is an offshoot of the Sevilla-Loboc Community Enterprises in Support to Eco-Cultural Tourism project (SLECE). After the SLECE project implementation in August 2008, the College of Arts and Sciences devoted to continue in helping barangay Ewon. This project aimed to provide assistance to the partner barangay in the aspects of environment, governance, education, culture, health, and sanitation.


Heritage Mapping of Old Houses

Partner Community : USAid-SURGE and City of Tagbilaran

The College of Architecture and Fine Arts in partnership with the City of Tagbilaran and USAid-SURGE Project was commissioned to lead the architectural documentation of all 30 heritage houses in the city. The survey will determine the distinctiveness of the Boholano architecture and identifies interventions


Adopt-a-School: Cancatac Elementary School - Corella, Bohol

Cancatac is a remote rural barangay of Corella, a 5th class municipality situated in the interior part of Bohol with a population of 921. One reaches Cancatac through “habal-habal” or private vehicle passing through the rough barangay roads. Farming is the basic source of livelihood among its residents.

The elementary school is inadequately equipped to cater to teaching-learning experiences thus needing assistance through the adopt-a-school project.


Bohol Rehabilitation and Rebuilding Project (BRRP)

Partner Community: Conferenza Episcopale Italiana, Social Action Center - Diocese of Tagbilaran, LGU

Conferenza Episcopale Italiana has afforded the Diocese of Tagbilaran the support to implement the Bohol Rehabilitation and Rebuilding Project (BRRP). The project is a response to the earthquake that struck Bohol on October 15, 2013, as well as the subsequent calamities. The implementation is a collaboration of the Diocese of Tagbilaran with the different academic institutions,