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Mar 17

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Adelina: a story of a woman’s resilience

While walking down the barrio road doing photo documentation, a smiling old woman approaches. I am disarmed by her smile but immediately became sheepish when she says her gentle reproach. “I wasn’t on the list,” she says. She is referring to the beneficiary list for shelter kits that are at that moment being distributed in […]

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Apr 16

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Framework of Collaboration of Disaster Risk Reduction Stakeholders Towards Resilient Communities

The following paper documents and analyzes the results of Asia-Pacific Alliance for Disaster Management (A-PAD) Philippines’ initiatives in one of its pilot areas in the country, Luzon, specifically the Bicol Region. A-PAD Phils Paper, Albay Office

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Dec 09

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Views from the other side: travel notes from the north face of Mayon Volcano

Rising to a height of two-and-a-half kilometers in the eastern Albay seacoast, Mayon Volcano easily dominates the province’s landscape, dwarfing nearby Mt. Masaraga and Mt. Malinao, as well as the rugged terrain of the inlands. The volcano’s conical shape can even be seen from the islands of Masbate and Catanduanes, some 80 ...

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