“Dito kami magsisimulang muli, sama-sama.” (This is where we will rebuild our lives, together). This is how Norjannah Amerol, 46 […]
Representatives from the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD), Technical Assistance Movement for People and Environment, Inc. (TAMPEI), and UN-Habitat joined practitioners, researchers, policymakers, the private sector, and other urban innovators from across the globe to share knowledge and insights on the Philippine experience in building climate-resilient cities.
Strengthening efforts for building back better, the cities of Ormoc and Tagum initiated a series of resilient and green recovery (RGR) planning workshops and mentoring sessions geared towards addressing the issues faced by the urban poor and other vulnerable groups amid the pandemic crisis and threats brought by climate change.
UN-Habitat Philippines joins countries, cities, and towns across the globe in celebrating World Habitat Day on October 4, 2021, with the event “Race to Zero PH: Reflecting Waste as Resource in the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time.”
About #KwentongClimate #KwentongClimate is a video series which brings the climate conversation to common individuals. The video series aims to […]
The winners of this year’s UN-Habitat Scroll of Honour awards, one of the world’s most prestigious prizes presented to those working on sustainable urbanization, have been announced.
In a training intended to beef up the department’s policy capacities, officials and middle-managers of the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD) pushed for ways on how the impacts of pandemic and climate change can be addressed.
Urban October is an opportunity for everyone to be part of the conversation about the challenges and opportunities created by […]
Aiming to rebuild and redesign urban spaces and systems to address the impacts of COVID-19 and climate change, the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development commenced a series of training on Resilient and Green Recovery Planning.