How are cities helping combat marine plastic litter and achieve zero waste to Philippine waters by 2040? Watch the video to know more.
Through UN-Habitat’s Healthy Oceans and Clean Cities initiatives, cities have been helping combat marine plastic litter.
Through the SHIELD Program, UN-Habitat has been working with provinces in boosting climate and disaster action planning.
Marine litter is a big problem, and it requires big solutions. Solutions begin with awareness – awareness on the issue and awareness that leads to action.
The Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development, in partnership with UN-Habitat Philippines, officially launched the Philippine Urban Forum 2023.
From 2017 to 2022, the BCRUPD project has improved capacities of national government agencies and local government units to promote and integrate urban adaptation planning and designs in their institutional policies and programs. It has also equipped cities to build back better from the impacts of pandemic with its Resilient and Green Recovery initiatives.
UN-Habitat, utilizing the People’s Process, supported the rebuilding of Marawi City by providing permanent shelter and livelihood support to displaced families.
For the Marawi Sultanate League, the 1000 houses awarded to internally displaced families are more than just structures of shelter. They are symbols of a new beginning.
Though a young government agency, DHSUD has made important leaps to build climate resiliency in various cities and communities in the country.
We asked our team about the word that describes their year. We thought of sharing their answers with you through a video message as a gesture of gratitude for your meaningful work and partnership with us.