More than 120 technical officers and staff from the Iloilo provincial office, city and municipal LGUs, and the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD) Region VI participated in the four-day training that aimed to introduce the enhanced Climate and Disaster Risk Assessment (CDRA) and the Provincial Climate Risk Diagnostics (PCRD) methodology and tool.
This is a 10-part video that goes with the Marine Litter Learning Kit, aiming to engage facilitators and learners in raising awareness on marine litter and its impacts, and actions towards marine litter reduction.

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With the theme, “Transforming our cities and building resilient communities,” the PhUF aims to promote a participatory and whole-of-nation approach toward the implementation of the Philippine New Urban Agenda (PNUA) and other global commitments such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), in particular, SDG 11 – make cities and human settlements, inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable.

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The project applied the STDM to address the formidable challenge of establishing the people-to-land relationship in post-conflict Marawi, particularly within the Most Affected Area (MAA)/Ground Zero where most structure lay in ruins.

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