The new task force would have the same functions as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) of the United States, which consolidates emergency preparedness, civil defense, and mitigation and disaster response activities.
The aim of the research paper is to explore the effectiveness of anticipatory action measures in the Philippines in the context of typhoons, and to identify best practices and lessons learned for future implementation.
Rising temperatures prompted the state-run Mindanao State University (MSU) in General Santos to suspend face-to-face classes, shifting back to the online mode of holding classes in all levels of learning.
This case study through the use of SCOPE in various disaster responses in the Philippines, and to WFP’s local government capacity strengthening and its ongoing role helping the Government develop its own beneficiary management system
This study highlights insights from the 2022 decentralized evaluation of this partnership. It aims to contribute to the global evidence base on the importance of information and communications technology during emergencies and inform existing strategies
This case study summarizes the implementation of these actions in 2015– 2017, as well as subsequent support WFP has provided to enhance the Government’s disaster preparedness and response capacity in logistics and supply chain management.
This is part of six case studies from Philippines were derived from the 2022 Decentralized Evaluation under the theme of Country Capacity Strengthening (CCS) and aim to tell the Philippines CCS story in line with WFPs Changing Lives Agenda.
This research takes stock of the status of the integration of gender and social equality and human rights–based approaches in disaster preparedness and response, in six countries in Asia: Cambodia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines and Sri Lanka.