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About 17 results for "Typhoon Bopha"

Typhoon Bopha: On the Road to Recovery

How did cash and livelihood help communities affected by a typhoon? Community members in Eastern Mindanao explain WFP's assistance World Food Programme, 1 month ago

Mindanao typhoon victims future looks sweet

Cacao crops open up new possibilities. A cacao farmer in the town of San Isidro in Davao del Norte province Davao City: For farmers still recovering from the 2012 Typhoon Bopha, a new crop promises a sweeter future. After their farms were ...
 UCAN India1 month ago

Whatchamacallit? DOST-PAGASA unravels its typhoon-naming system

When Kanor was suddenly dropped from the rolls and Karding made it to the list, the procedure of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-PAGASA) in naming ...
 Philippine Department of Science and Technology3 weeks ago

Typhoon Pablo survivors plant 1, 500 trees to nourish Pablo-ravaged communities

COMPOSTELA, Compostela Valley Province Typhoon Pablo survivors in the province planted not less 1,500 seedlings on Tuesday in their areas that were once flattened in December 2012. Spearheaded by Barug Katawhan, the tree-plantng was also ...
 Davao Today1 month ago

Pablo survivors plant seeds of new lives in resettlement site

We won't be living anymore in a hut near a riverbed that swells and threatens us with flooding during heavy rain, said the 36-year-old mother, who is several months pregnant with her fourth child. But, as in so many things, nothing is perfect.
 Philippine Daily Inquirer5 hours ago
Gov.ph

Compostela Valley road repair nets P297M

From the Department of Budget and Management Secretary Abad: Post-Pablo rehab to help boost local economic activity The National Government continues to rehabilitate areas affected by the 2012 Typhoon Pablo, most recently with the release of ...
 Gov.ph3 days ago

World Vision honors its humanitarian heroes

The award aim to celebrate the spirit of humanitarianism and inspire World Vision Philippines' development workers to continue helping their communities. ROLE MODELS. The Humanitarian Hero award nominees (L-R) Gloria Cabacungan, Aaron Aspi, Joy ...
 Rappler5 days ago
Greenpeace International

Delivering 'Postscript' to Historic March, Climate Walkers Unite to Demand Right to Safe Planet

Hundreds of climate justice advocates in the Philippines have embarked on " A People's Walk for Climate Justice ," a grassroots event at the front lines of climate change that hopes to galvanize urgent action to address the planetary crisis. The ...
 Common Dreams2 weeks ago #ClimateWalk: the onset of hope  Greenpeace International3 weeks ago

Promoting a people and job-centred approach to disaster response

MANILA (ILO News) - The International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Australian Government will bring together community leaders from areas hit by Typhoon Bopha (also named Pablo) in a forum to discuss a people and job-centred approach to ...
 International Labour Organization1 month ago

Nestlé eyes increased coffee bean output for Mindanao farmers

While Department of Agriculture (DA) data shows that Filipinos consume an average of 60,000 metric tons of coffee a year, Nestlé Philippines alone requires up to 76,000 tons of coffee beans annually. However, available supply is only 25,000 tons. ...
 Business World1 month ago
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