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Nov 16

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Honouring Women Survivors’ Leadership and Labour, Three Years After Yolanda

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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Oct 16

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Congratulations to the 2016 ABKD Winners!

With ten (10) wins out of 12, entrants from Luzon dominated the 2016 Apoy, Bagyo, Kalamidad: Dibuhong Pambata (ABKD) poster-making competition. One winner came from the Visayas and another one hailed from Mindanao. Below is the complete list of winners: CATEGORY A (7-9 years old) Grand Prize Winners: – Alysis Nichole Sabile, ...

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Sep 16

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From Pipelines to El Niño: Water Security is Survival for Indigenous and Farming Communities

  Chaya Ocampo Go 22 September 2016   The most urgent work of protecting and securing water falls on those whose rights and responsibilities to it are most threatened. The most vulnerable are hardly gated communities or commercial complexes in the Philippines, nor are they likely to be white upper and middle-class ...

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Sep 16

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Surviving Disastrous Disaster Politics

Chaya Ocampo Go August 30, 2016   Disastrous Disaster Politics There is no such thing as a natural disaster (see Hartman & Squires 2006). The strongest storms and the fiercest wind speeds could be called cosmic forces of nature, yet intensifying weather conditions brought about by climate change are linked directly to human ...

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