She has a Masters degree in Development Economics from the University of the Philippines. She works as Research and Administration Officer at the Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS) Network Office based at the De La Salle University-Angelo King Institute for Economic and Business Studies in Manila. Ms. Mandap was a Research Associate to the Micro Impacts of Macroeconomic Adjustment Policies (MIMAP) Program of IDRC in the Philippines from mid 90s till program completion in early 2000. She has worked on various research collaborations at the local and international level on development &institutionalization of CBMS, and its applications to poverty & vulnerability analysis, gender and development, migration and development, localizing the millennium development goals (MDGs) and sustainable development goals (SDGs), impact-monitoring, and monitoring child labor among others.
She is a CBMS Resource Person, and serves as an Officer of the PEP-CBMS Coordinating Team for the Partnership for Economic Policy (formerly known as Poverty and Economic Policy Network) since 2002 to present,and concurrently served as part of the PEP Asia Secretariat Office till 2014.
|Understanding the challenges of financial inclusion of rural women´s entreprenurship in Nicaragua||Nicaragua||Gender & women’s empowerment , Poverty and Inequality , Financial inclusion|
|Determinants of financial inclusion for youth Entrepreneurship: Evidences from Addis Ababa and Shirka Wereda, Ethiopia.||Ethiopia||Youth and children , Entrepreneurship , Financial inclusion|
|CBMS-Philippines Institutionalization: Institutionalization of the Community-Based Monitoring System in the Philippines||Philippines||CBMS|
|CBMS-Philippines Expansion: Development of a Community-Based Monitoring System in the Philippines||Philippines||Poverty and Inequality|
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