I do not want future generations to suffer the wrath of Mother Nature, especially since we can actually do something about it
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Watch this interview with Maria Fellizar-Cagay, lead covenor of the Disaster Risk Reduction Network
But aside from the snafu, the recovery of all the missing bodies is a tribute to Calixto's men and almost all the people of Mankayan who had been here since August 21
The Philippines, ranked 80th out of 198 countries for resilience, is deemed 'high risk' partly due to 'entrenched corruption and high levels of poverty'
Albay Governor Joey Salceda has ordered the evacuation of 183,180 families or close to 600,000 people threatened by lahar, floods, landslides, and storm surges
Pre-emptive evacuation is being carried out in Albay as government scientists warn of heavy damage to agriculture, property, and life in the Bicol region if precautions are not taken early enough
Heavy rains since June 13 have flooded a third of municipalities in Maguindao province
Maika Echeveri, 14, lost all the members of her family in Victory Island during the typhoon. She is alive because she was in Guiuan attending high school.
The new version allows 64 countries and 7 multilateral organizations to input their cash and non-cash pledges on the site, increasing accuracy of foreign aid tracking
The DFA gives 64 donor countries and 7 multilateral organizations access to the government's online tracker to monitor foreign aid donations
Here are ways PH communities can better prepare for the next storm and adapt to possibly even more catastrophic climate change impacts
Though relief operations are making slow progress, many more mouths are left to feed on a daily basis
A week after Yolanda hits land, the country tries to rise even as it faces billions of pesos worth of damage
One week after Yolanda, the islets have received only one kilogram of rice, 2 noodle packs and one canned good
A Facebook page set up by a Cebuano family coordinates relief efforts for the isolated island devastated by Typhoon Yolanda
The President promises to tap into the same fund that he has also committed for the Zamboanga and Central Visayas rehabilitation
Netizens call the sight of their damaged churches 'heartbreaking'
(UPDATED) The amount will most likely rise as the banana industry estimates that 'Pablo' would cost the industry P8-B. Compostela Valley alone lost almost P3.5-B in crops.