Citizens Disaster Response Center | CDRC

To raise awareness about the plight of development workers in the country, Assert Socio-Economic Initiatives Network of the Philippines (ASCENT) in partnership with CDRC, Philippine Network of Food Security Programmes (PNFSP), Alay Bayan-Luson (ABI), Justice for Willem Geertman Movement, and Musika Publiko – a network of Filipino public interest musicians will be holding a music event and activity fair called Ipagtanggol! Defend Development Workers on March 25, 2017 Saturday from 3-7PM at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani Auditorium. Tickets are at P200, P500 and P1,000.

THE CITIZENS’ DISASTER RESPONSE CENTER (CDRC) is a non-government organization that pioneered and continues to promote community-based disaster management in the Philippines. CDRC operates nationwide through a network of regional centers affiliated with the Citizens’ Disaster Response Network and through people’s organizations.
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CDRC accepts donations from organizations and individuals who are interested to support its programs and services. Send in your donations via PayPal to:

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Support our Yolanda Indiegogo campaign

CDRC launched an online campaign to raise funds for Yolanda survivors via the crowdfunding site Indieogogo. Donate now!

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Join our online campaign #Homes4Jaro

Help us urge the government to release the donated timber currently stuck at the Cebu Port which are intended for Yolanda shelters in Jaro, Leyte. Find out how you can join and support our campaign!

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Chaya Ocampo Go 8 November 2016 All around the world women are redefining what it means to lead their communities in the face of disasters and climate change. To commemorate the third year anniversary of super typhoon Yolanda, this article features the stories of women community leaders and survivors in the island of Cebu, and […]

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  • Flooding in Butuan City

At 7:40 in the morning yesterday, January 30, 2017, the water level rose to 3.52 meters in some barangays in Butuan City due to heavy rainfall.   For more info, contact: Daniel Doromal Staff, Bread for Emergency Assistance and Development (BREAD) CP # 09465854631

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