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Stakeholder Feedback on the Manila Bay Sustainable Development Master Plan: Results of consultations conducted by CARE and ACCORD

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This paper presents the feedback of several groups of stakeholders from Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela, Quezon City, and the City of Manila on the Final Report of the Manila Bay Sustainable Development Master Plan (MBSDMP). Throughout August of 2019, CARE and ACCORD, through Partners for Resilience, conducted focus group discussions in six barangays, three cities, […]

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Contingency Planning Checklist in Times of Pandemics and Sudden-Onset Disasters

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The global pandemic known as the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has affected millions worldwide. Presently in the Philippines, the number of cases continues to increase with 9.90% positivity rate and 1.85% mortality rate. The most vulnerable population is comprised of the elderly, those with comorbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, or those who are immunocompromised such […]

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Ugnayan at Bahagian | Combining Indigenous Knowledge and Scientific Information Towards Resilience

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Originally Written: October 1, 2014 By Amian Tauli    Ti daga ket biag. Land is life. This quote is a truism that the indigenous people of the Cordillera have asserted time and again as they struggled to develop and live in the mountainous terrain that has been their homeland since time immemorial. By living closely […]

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Ugnayan at Bahagian | Doing Good DRR is Good Governance: A Monitoring and Evaluation Perspective

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Originally Written: September 30, 2014 By Omer Mejia   Arsenio came in the front door of the two-storey barangay hall. He is searching for a familiar face in the reception area where we sit casually waiting for respondents to be interviewed. The tall and dark man with a strong physique, extended his arm for a […]

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Ugnayan at Bahagian | Empowered to Serve

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Originally Written: August 19, 2014 By Darwin Masacupan  This feature story was also published online by Rappler.com in time for World Humanitarian Day 2014     If you asked her if she thought of herself as a humanitarian hero, the shy and unassuming Nay Belen would probably tell you, “Di naman (Not really).” But indeed she […]

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Ugnayan at Bahagian | Maharlika Elementary School Teachers Living and Learning with Floods

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Originally Written: October 2, 2014 By Sindhy Obias   Teaching is undoubtedly hard work. But for teachers in a small school that is flooded for at least three months in a year, the challenges are even more complex.   Such are the circumstances of the elementary and high school teachers in Barangay Maharlika, one of the river barangays […]

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Ugnayan at Bahagian | Scaling Up Their Dreams

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Originally Written: October 4, 2014 By Darwin Masacupan   It was so bright that day, and not just because of the noontime sun directly over our heads. It was another thing entirely: the dreams shared by the people of Barangay. Mag-aso in La Paz, Leyte.   Mag-aso is an hour and a half drive from Tacloban […]

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CFs: Si Anna, si Ronnie, at Marami Pa Sila

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(Lifted from the book “Safe, Resilient Communities: The ACCORD Model”, published by Accord Inc., 2011)   In 2007, eight women – mostly mothers – assembled in the ACCORD office that fateful June morning for the first-ever training for community facilitators in Saint Bernard. It was unforgettable. Of the 25 individuals invited, only eight showed up.  […]

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The Calabanga Experience

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(Lifted from the book “Safe, Resilient Communities: The ACCORD Model”, published by ACCORD Inc., 2011)    The sweetest reward is a resilient community. This is how Mayor Evelyn Yu summarized her experience working with CARE and partners. She is the municipal mayor of Calabanga in Camarines Sur, a municipality that is frequently battered by strong […]

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