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Project Prosper

The Project Participation in Resilience Building and Organizing Safe and Progressive communities for Empowerment, Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction (PROSPER), implemented by the Center for Disaster Preparedness (CDP) in partnership with the USAID-OFDA, is now on its third phase and is focusing on resilience-building in Regions IX and X. PROSPER Phase III: Re-Build Salug Valley utilizes the ecosystem-based disaster risk reduction approach with which the ecosystems that consist of forests, wetlands and mangroves are harnessed and utilized in an organized manner to prevent and mitigate disasters. Eight focus barangays and 12 municipal local government units (MLGUs) are covered by this new project in the range of mountains, reefs and ridges having a shared valley named Salug. This project runs from Nov. 10, 2019 – Oct. 9, 2021.

Project Prosper