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Good and not-so-good practices: CHAP, NAPC-VDC Sector hold learning event on DRR and humanitarian re

Various representatives from the national and local governments, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), and People’s Organizations (POs) from all over the country gathered on June 27-28, 2017 to share the good practices, challenges, and lessons learned on DRR and Humanitarian Response. Hosted by the Consortium of Humanitarian Action and Protection (CHAP) in partnership with National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC)’s Victim of Disasters and Calamities (VDC) sector, the 2-day knowledge sharing event entitled, “Two-Day Learning Event: Good and Not-so-Good Practices on Humanitarian Response and Disaster Risk Reduction” inputs on the current crisis in Marawi City and the challenges on humanitarian wo

CDP holds 1st of a series of earthquake preparedness orientations

The Center for Disaster Preparedness held its first of a series of orientation on earthquake preparedness on July 6, 2017 at Balay Kalinaw, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City. The orientation was entitled BIG PREP FOR THE BIG ONE, part of its flagship knowledge exchange program, Talakawayan. In coordination with the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS), the orientation discussed topics on Anatomy of an Earthquake, the Philippine Fault System, and some practical tips, on what to do before, during and after an earthquake. “We usually talk about the BIG ONE but we don’t talk about the BIG PREP,” said Mayfouth Luneta, Deputy Executive Director of CDP, a

Panawagan ng mga bata at kabataan: Kasama rin kami!

Quezon City—Naglunsad ng kampanya ang mga bata at kabataan ng lungsod Quezon, San Juan at Valenzuela upang ipanawagan sa mga nasa katungkulan, gayundin sa mga nagsusulong ng karapatan ng mga bata na pakinggan ang kanilang tinig at bigyan sila ng pagkakataong makalahok sa pagpaplano at paghahanda para sa mga disaster. Kasama ang Center for Disaster Preparedness (CDP) at Plan International-Philippines, inilunsad ng mga kabataan ang Yes SIR/YES MA’AM campaign noong Hunyo kasabay ng pagsasagawa ng isang pambansang porum sa child-centered disaster risk reduction (CCUDRR). Tinaguriang YES SIR (Safe and Secure, Involved, and Ready) at YES MA’AM (Maging ligtas, alerto at makilahok) ang kampanya na k



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