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This case study outlines the learnings and experiences in engaging communities by Philippine Red Cross (PRC) during and after Super Typhoon Haima. It highlights the development of community committees in the recovery after the disaster, called Barangay Recovery Committees (BaReCom).…
This brochure highlights and maps Philippine Red Cross Society activities to support school safety, including the challenges and way forward. The activities are grouped following the three pillars of Comprehensive School Safety. This document is made available for other ASEAN countries, namely,…
Hanoi Statement was the outcome of the 14th Southeast Asia Red Cross Red Crescent Leadership Meeting held in Hanoi, Vietnam, from 21 to 22 September 2017. The meeting covered a number of issues including the follow-up to the outcomes of…
This brochure details 11 key messages for inclusive community participation in Philippine’s disaster law, as well as the explanation of each of the message.
This Movement-wide report highlights the progress made over the past three years, through the collective effort of Movement and private and public stakeholders, in support of the Philippine Red Cross’ realizing the overall emergency and recovery plans for those affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
The Powerpoint presentation aims to describe about the use, the significance, advantages and disadvantages of using social media in behavior change communication (BCC) as well as in disaster.
This one-pager offers the an overview of the Building Urban Resilience in Southeast Asia in the Philippines. The project is a joint initiative of the IFRC and ECHO.
The outcome document resulted from the 13th Southeast Asia Red Cross Red Crescent Leadership meeting that was held in Jakarta, Indonesia, on 27-28 September 2016, with the participation of the leaders of the National Societies of Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Viet Nam. The meeting was hosted by PMI of Indonesia ans supported by ICRC and IFRC.
The meeting saw the discussions of issues relevant to strengthening of the sustainability of National Societies, the Movement coordination and cooperation, the cooperation with ASEAN, as well as the One Billion Coalition for Resilience.