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2015.1 Capacity Assessment Validation in Marabut, Samar

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2015.01 Capacity Assessment Validation in Palo, Leyte

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2015.01 Capacity Assessment Validation in Lawaan, Samar

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2015.01 Capacity Assessment Validation in Balangiga, Eastern Samar

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2015.01 Capacity Assessment in Tanauan, Leyte

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CCC supports flood preparedness programs of CDO and Iligan, installs flood forecasting and early warning systems

BUKIDNON, 6 November 2014—The Climate Change Commission (CCC), through Project Climate Twin Phoenix, together with PAGASA, and accompanied by the contractor and LGU guides, recently concluded the inspection, testing, and commissioning of the radio-based flood forecasting and early warning systems (FFEWS) for the rivers of Cagayan De Oro and Mandulog. The FFEWS were installed in […]

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Launching of RAPID Programme

The Resilience and Preparedness for Inclusive Development (RAPID) Programme is being implemented by the Climate Change Commission, with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Australian Government.   It builds on the work done by Project Climate Twin Phoenix and strives not only to strengthen the institutional capacities of local governments but […]

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Project Climate Twin Phoenix Reports Launched

People living in areas devastated by typhoons Sendong and Pablo can now have peace of mind. Appropriate measures are now in place to keep people safe from the effects of extreme weather events such as floods. This is contained in a report by the Climate Change Commission under the Project Climate Twin Phoenix. In a […]

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Australian Government, UNDP Approve Additional PhP184.9M to CCC for DRRM in 12 Yolanda Areas

The Australian Government, UNDP approved additional contribution of PhP 184.9 Million to Climate Change Commission for Disaster Risk Reduction and Management in 12 areas affected by Typhoon Yolanda MANILA, Philippines, 31 May 2014— As the Philippines moves forward on the road to recovery after Typhoon Yolanda, the Australian Government and the United Nations Development Programme […]

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