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Project ELEVATE experience shows tabletop simulation exercises help enhance community EWS before act

Project ELEVATE, implemented by Center for Disaster Preparedness (CDP) in partnership with the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB), recently conducted a tabletop exercise in the municipality of Balangiga last May 23, 2017 in preparation for the municipal-wide drill that was held just this week. Months before the actual tabletop and drill exercise, from February to March 2017, the project staff of CDP conducted several Disability Inclusive CBDRRM Workshops in the municipality to form a local pool of trainers. In these workshops, CDP mentored the pool of trainers not only for the rollout of CBDRRM in its barangays but also for the conduct of tabletop and drill exercises. Mr. Al Balderama from the M

Strengthening implementation of humanitarian response and DRR and Governance: Learning from the Cama

Camarines Norte is identified as one of the provinces in the country high-risk to hydrometeorological and geological hazards. It is facing the Pacific Ocean and traversed by the Guinyangan Fault. All its 12 municipalities are highly susceptible to flooding, earthquake, and rainfall and earthquake induced landslide. The 9 coastal municipalities are exposed to storm/ coastal surges and tsunami. Given its rich disaster experience, the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) of Camarines Norte has been actively involved in disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) not just in the province, but also throughout the country. The PDRRMC is recognized as one of the key

 

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