POSTER: Public Health Standards sa Paaralan, Opisina, Pamilihan, at Transportasyon
These guidelines come from the Department of Health which is intended for all Filipinos, whether owning a business, running a school, or driving a public utility vehicle, or an individual going to these places, to reduce our risk of exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19. It is in Filipino language and comes with visual aids, so they can be easily digested by readers.
INCREASE or “Philippines – Increasing Resilience to Natural Hazards” aims to aims to increase the resilience of 45,00 women and men small scale farmers and fishers, including 720 extremely poor female-headed households, to natural hazards and the effect of climate change. The project will run from 2019-2021 in different parts of the Philippines, namely 36 barangays across 8 municipalities in the provinces of Cagayan, Mt. Province, Northern Samar, and Surigao del Sur. Its project components and activities include early warning systems, alternative livelihood, and climate and disaster governance.