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Volunteers support reconstruction work in Macrohon after typhoon Rai
A country prone to frequent disasters is using information tools to mitigate their effects and at the same time advance social development.
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The main objective of this paper is to measure adaptive capacity to cope with the effects of flooding of households in lakeshore communities of Pila, Laguna, Philippines, a municipality with high vulnerability to climate change.
The Oscar M. Lopez Center for Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management Foundation
Good Neighbors International Philippines believes that children are more than capable of making contributions in society. So how can we keep children informed and involved with DRRM programs? The Super Preppers: Disaster Fight Squad teach us how.
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The guidelines aim to harmonize and codify existing policies of the Interagency Task Force (IATF) and member-agencies pertaining to community quarantine, which shall be applied to all regions, provinces, cities, municipalities, and barangays placed under

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Considering that the Philippines lies in the Pacific Typhoon Belt and is highly prone to hydro-meteorological hazards, this National Disaster Response Plan (NDRP) provides general directions to all agencies and networks involved in risk reduction and

National Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Council

This is the second version of the National Disaster Response Plan (NDRP) for Earthquake and Tsunami. Aiming to ensure the timely, effective and coordinated response by the national government and its resources, the NDRP is the national government’s

National Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Council

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This is an analysis of the enabling environment for early action in the Philippines. The country is exposed to multiple hazards. Αt least 60% of the total land area is exposed to multiple hazards, and 74% of the population is vulnerable to impacts.
Risk-informed Early Action Partnership
The State of the Philippine Climate is an annual report that provides a summary of observations of the country’s climate and climate-related disasters.
The Oscar M. Lopez Center for Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management Foundation