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CDP, MAVC lead roundtable on tools that back accountability of gov't emergency aids

The Center for Disaster Preparedness, with the support of Making All Voices Count, has recently concluded a research project entitled, “Revisiting tools and platforms that support accountability to affected population during emergencies in the Philippines.” A roundtable discussion and validation of results was held at the University of the Philippines College of Social Work and Community Development (UPCSWCD) on the afternoon of April 4, 2017. Various stakeholders from the local government, academe, private sector, and civil society organization were among those invited. The research sought to explore what national and local government mechanisms, tools and platforms were needed in order to

Leaders, teachers from remote and high-risk areas get schooled on humanitarian response

The Consortium on Humanitarian Action and Protection (CHAP) gathered community leaders and the education sector from far-flung and high-risk locales on its “Training on Rights-based Approach on Humanitarian Action and Protection” in Daet, Camarines Norte last March 27-29, 2017. The training aims to build the capacities of these sectors in humanitarian response in the local and global disaster contexts and disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) framework. A total of 48 participants from six municipalities in the province of Camarines Norte took part in the activity. Barangay council representatives and elementary school teachers and principals represented each municipality. The traini

 

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