Disasters and climate change disproportionately affect women more than men due to less access and control over resources and opportunities that can lead to more resilient lives and livelihoods. Social and cultural gender norms and expectations may also affect their level of participation in formal spaces where decisions are made on community disaster preparedness and […]
Floods, typhoons, and other extreme weather events are increasing in frequency and intensity due to climate change and the deterioration of natural environments. These hazards can turn into disasters which have devastating impacts on at-risk communities especially those whose livelihoods are dependent on natural resources like those in the agriculture and fisheries sector (FAO, 2011). […]
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INTRODUCTION Gender equality matters for both the legitimacy and the effectiveness of the Open Government Partnership (OGP). All citizens have a right to participate in the public life of their society, but different groups of citizens face different barriers to doing so. Women, non-binary individuals, and LGBTQIA+ actors historically faced systematic exclusion from public decision-making […]
Plan International Philippines, Action Against Hunger, and CARE Philippines, and its local partners ACCORD and Nisa Ul Haqq Fi Bangsamoro continue to build resilience among the urban poor communities and local government units in Mindanao through the adoption, consolidation, dissemination, and handover of urban resilience strategies developed under the past four (4) phases of the […]
ABOUT THIS PROCESS MANUAL BACKGROUND The MOVE UP 4 Mindanao Project with the help of various stakeholders, carried out two closely linked studies as stated hereunder: Review of Vulnerability Criteria and Indicators in Targeting the Most Vulnerable and At-Risk Urban Poor in LGUs’ Social Protection Programs in Mindanao. Assessment of Shock-Responsive, Resilient, and Sustainable Livelihood […]
Introduction (Excerpted from the book) The Moving Urban Poor Communities toward Resilience (MOVE UP 4), in its 4th iteration, continuously aims to build on the important work of resilience building. In the middle of its implementation, the world changed as we know it as the pandemic ravaged the country and affected the lives and livelihoods […]
In partnership with the Department of Labor and Employment, the MOVE UP project explores different social protection strategies for the informal economy. You may access the following presentations decks enumerated and linked below: Department of Labor and Employment Child Labor Prevention and Elimination Program Social Protection Overview DOLE Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Program […]
The MOVE UP Resilient Livelihood Full Module is composed of 9 modules on various topics to help urban poor communities build more capacities. The modules were written based on the project’s wide experience in community-based enterprise development. View and download the full document here.