OUR IMPACT TO COMMUNITIES
We make sure that the work we do creates ripples of significant change in the communities we work with. From trainings or capacity-development, to livelihood projects, to humanitarian response, CDP's rights-based development-oriented inclusive approach in carrying out its line of work ensures that impacts are beyond just the project goals, and objectives.
A Collection of Experiences
GOOD PRACTICES IN DISABILITY INCLUSION
This publication is an opportunity to highlight the valuable contributions that have influenced disability inclusion in the Philippines today, and to recognize the commitment of various people and organizations in building the strength and resilience of persons with disabilities. We have sought out stories from 8 partner organizations of CBM International coming from various regions in the Philippines.
Core Program Milestones
CDP ANNUAL REPORT 2016
As Center for Disaster Preparedness (CDP) marks its 17th year, the organization continuously builds the benchmark of Philippine disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) and remains as a key actor in leading the trail towards achieving resilience and sustainable development across the globe
Project Terminal Report
TOWARDS RESILIENCE AND DEVELOPMENT FOR BOHOL COMMUNITIES IN THE AFTERMATH OF EARTHQUAKE AND TYPHOON HAIYAN
The undertaking began in November 2014 as a 6-month project focused on awareness raising and capacity building in Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (CBDRRM) of affected communities in the Municipality of Antequera, Bohol. Since then, the project has elevated its approaches to increasing the resilience and preparedness of the covered communities, Barangays Mag-aso and Sto. Rosario, through capacity development in sustainable livelihood and agricultural practices.
STRENGTHENING RESILIENCE TO DISASTERS AMONG VULNERABLE URBAN POOR COMMUNITIES
A report on the impacts of the child-centered urban DRR project implemented in Manila, Philippines
In partnership with Plan International-Philippines, the three-year project targeted three major cities in the National Capital Region (NCR) and these were Quezon, San Juan, and Valenzuela. It project aimed to advance children and youth’s rights and participation in Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) and climate change adaptation (CCA) agenda.
STORIES FROM THE GROUND
A Collection of Inspiring Stories of Resilience
This document shares the stories from the ground featuring the good practices, challenges, and lessons learned of Center for Disaster Preparedness’ partners in realizing safe, resilient, and developed communities.
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE IN SECURING THE SAFETY OF INFORMAL SETTLER FAMILIES IN METRO MANILA
Final Terminal Report
The two-year project 'Securing the Safety of Informal Settler Families in Metro Manila' was a resounding success. It has set as a model where other similar projects followed suit though with a different touch and focus. It has trailblazed in developing projects in the urban context on disaster risk reduction towards building urban community resilience. Read more about the impacts and results of the project in this final terminal report.