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Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. ActionAid is a global movement of people working together to further human rights and defeat poverty for all. Activities have involved training partners and communities on hurricane preparedness and training on Participatory Vulnerability Analysis (PVA) to help communities identify the hazards they are vulnerable to.To build the capacity of the population and especially peasants organizations on seismic risks in Haiti, the coalition of the HungerFREE campaign organized a workshop with one of the most renowned geologists in Haiti.
Understanding how gender relations shape women’s and men’s lives is critical to disaster risk reduction (DRR). The FADRR programme supports the establishment of productive and disaster resilient systems for food production and improved livelihood security with climate proofing as a key aspect of the programme. To deliver impacts at scale, the programme will take a systems approach and address the market and resource management blockages that undermine food security and livelihood wellbeing. Over the next five years, the programme will target 800,000 direct beneficiaries which are food insecure small scale and vulnerable producers within Eastern Africa. As part of our effort to promote gender equality throughout our work, we envisage the number of women beneficiaries to increase gradually to 50% over the strategy period. To achieve our envisaged aim of improving the livelihoods of these pastoralists, we will work towards two strategic objectives that will also contribute towards the attainment of MDGs 1, 3, 4 and 7. Objective 2: To strengthen the capacity of vulnerable people to cope with risks due to natural and man-made hazards including impacts of climate change, through improved access to technologies and decision making processes on disaster risk reduction (DRR). Improved access to safe water, land and pasture for 650,000 people and their livestock by developing and rehabilitating core water harvesting infrastructure (MDGs 3, 4 and 7) and using negotiated inter-community social contracts for sharing resources especially during dearth periods; less morbidity and mortality sequel to increased access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation.
Improved livelihood security for 350,000 people involved in agriculture and related value chains in particular improved food security demonstrated in less malnutrition among children, pregnant and lactating mothers and the elderly. Improved livestock and agricultural market systems and terms of trade for 800,000 farmers including improved animal health extension services for ASAL residents through improved access to information and knowledge. Improved management and governance of natural resources through strengthening traditional institutions and their integration with formal governance structures including enhancing community level capacity to prepare and respond to disasters.
Improved policy environment for agriculture, livestock and disaster management benefiting 1 million people in the region through targeted research, sharing of lessons learned, policy infl uence and scaling up of successful projects (governance). More women actively engaged in development, leadership and decision making directly and through their organisations; more women gain greater access to and control over productive resources including micro-credit and land for generating meaningful income. Building on our existing knowledge and experience, we will employ the following approaches to implement the programme.
We will work to ensure increased animal health services provision, mainly for nucleus herds, and dry season feeding and nutrition. In order to effectively influence policies using strong evidence base, we will aim to be the main source of learning on DRR by generating credible evidence on the impacts of climate change. Building on our existing relationships and critically reviewing their performance we will work with the following groups of partners.
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This presentation highlights the integration of people having disability into the core process of disaster risk reduction and management.
As the country is disaster-prone being situated within the Pacific Ring of Fire, at the edge of the Pacific plate, and frequently visited by typhoons during the rainy season, by 2012, the government has started to focus on its efforts for disaster risk reduction by investing on instruments, tools and research; in the hope of completely mapping out the whole country for disaster preparedness.
Through the Department of Science and Technology's Project-NOAH, the government has developed an application that integrated the realtime information from sensors, hazard maps, weather satellites, and lately through OpenStreetMap data, to present an understandable in layman's terms of the country's situation so that local government units can prepare for disasters even before a disaster strikes.
DOST-Project NOAH using OpenStreetMap data to calculate relief operations cost in times of disaster.
This approach of disaster risk reduction is called the "Zero Casualty Approach" where geospatial data is being used to avert human casualties by having the country be prepared with essential information for evacuation, humanitarian and relief operations even before a disaster strikes.
Because of the use of the Zero Casualty Approach, the government was able to avert massive human loss from disasters, A timeline below was presented by Dr.
In 2015, the same Zero Casualty Approach is responsible for the aversion of casualties in Gabaldon, Nueva Ecija as caused by Typhoon Lando (intl. It is true that no amount of science will work in disaster risk reduction if the people would not embrace it. Unfortunately, in urban areas, where real-estate development is rampant, the laws for zoning are being constantly brushed and does not have enough teeth to curb housing developments to hazard areas. The United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR) has published building guidelines for houses in the Philippines so it can be disaster resilient.
I myself who was on a hurry to purchase a house back in 2009 was even a victim when I was not yet informed of such structural standards and hazard maps.
As part of my nationwide advocacy for mapping, I have always been advocating the importance of maps in making people informed, not only about the beauty of the Philippines but also by being prepared when disaster strikes. Unfortunately, this advocacy is being smothered by an attempt by the same real-estate developer where I purchased a house in Cavite; when as a private individual (a customer), posts and comments in social media based from a derived scientific data made to give warning on uninformed buyers regarding conditions that could have beset their project was regarded as "libel" by using the cyber-crime law. Perhaps it was forgotten that "libel" is satisfied by the revised penal code when no good intention is behind the post. Eventually, real-estate companies' sales who decided to build their projects on hazard areas are directly affected when the location is tagged as a hazard zone; on the other hand, the information benefits the people directly for they have the option to choose appropriate locations and create specific preparations for the safety of their family.
But as the government prioritizes disaster risk reduction by investing on hazard-identification and warning projects, the same cyber-crime law they enacted in 2012, specifically its section 4, c4 on cyber-libel is a backwards approach by giving scrupulous real-estate companies a law to use to suppress the information.
In this case, how can the people embrace disaster risk reduction when in the first place, the information is being gagged using a libel law? Disclosure: The writer of the article is currently facing a complaint by a real-estate developer with cyber-libel charges to which the writer himself is a customer and has purchased a house from the complainant.
February 19, 2016 update: The complaint filed against the writer in the Mandaluyong City Prosecutor Office has been dismissed as of December 22, 2015. Help me on my server maintenance and operation costs; and travel expenses to continue providing the most accurate and up-to-date GPS-assisted navigation map of the Philippines as well as travel guides.
Going in and Out of Cavite - a comprehensive guide to the province where the Philippines as a country started. This is because women’s and men’s different roles, responsibilities, and access to resources influence how each will be affected by different hazards, and how they will cope with and recover from disaster. Our work in this area enables poor people living in fragile ecosystems within the Eastern Africa region to exploit and benefit equitably from new political, economic and technological opportunities. This number will be made up of about 650,000 pastoralists, most of them resident in the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASALs) and 150,000 agro-based farmers.

To ensure this is effectively captured in our programming, we will develop gender specific indicators in our programme log-frame and associated M&E system. Healthier, more productive environment and natural resource base owing to higher adoption of ecosystem-friendly approaches to food production and livestock keeping; less conflict over natural resources including water, land and pasture (good governance). Less population displacement due to conflicts, hunger and famine (Government responsiveness). Also in the same year, the cyber crime law (RA10175) was enacted which penalizes the use of the internet for criminal purposes. And thus, Schadow1 Expeditions since 2012, being a travel and mapping resource for the Philippines, our mapping advocacy is being driven for the improvement of the country's tourism and its disaster mitigation; to which an accurate map has been regarded as its primary tool for presenting important data for the purposes of accurate navigation and hazards area detection prior or during a disaster.
Mahar Lagmay of Project NOAH depicting the success of the use of geospatial, historical, and weather data even before the disaster strikes.
Koppu) It was a similar scenario from the 2012 disaster at Compostela Valley due to Typhoon Pablo (intl Bopha) except that disaster mitigation was not embraced by its local government thus resulting to more than 500 deaths. More often, disaster risk reduction studies are not being embraced and houses are still being built even in areas that are flood prone while construction standards for a disaster-prone country is not being strictly enforced. Whereas, the post actually has 2 good intentions: (1) information vital for the welfare of the reader, and (2), information vital for the real-estate developer to fix the issue. To which the libel charge has been based from posts derived from hazard maps authored from the University of the Philippines Volcano-Tectonics Laboratory and proper building guides from the United Nations. The coalition will report the training to the people they work with in the field to help reduce disasters during earthquakes.
This presentation contains information on monitoring and evaluations of gender and DRR projects.
200,000 of these beneficiaries are made up of women traders involved in different agricultural value chains including milk, beekeeping (apiculture), poultry farming and fisher-folk (aquaculture). The programme will also strengthen and champion capturing and dissemination of knowledge, development of skills and capacity building to elevate voice and the organisation of women target groups. Although the law is a leap for the Philippines, the congress has added versions to it which tags libel as a criminal offense; which is deemed detrimental to freedom of expression to which the United Nations strongly opposes. This enables scrupulous real-estate developers from building structures to flood prone areas or near fault lines while the houses are not compliant with basic structural elements to withstand lateral forces due to flooding or earthquake.
Similar various private individuals who were customers of this company are also facing libel charges when they have aired out issues in social media on how their complaints were handled by this real-estate company. Bringing you experiences, memories, and photos of the places we have been to and then map it to ensure that a Filipino would not be a stranger to his own motherland.
In our selection of value chains we will prioritise the value chains which accommodate biggest number of disadvantaged women.
Lately, this same law is being used by a certain real-estate company to protect its interest. For more information on the complaint filed against the writer, their complaint affidavit can be viewed here and while the writer's counter affidavit can be viewed here.

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