Youth Led Community Sustainable Development Project

PILCD participates in the Youth-Led Sustainable Community Development Project Youth Forum held from November 10-11, 2018 in Itabashi, Tokyo, Japan. The forum was organized by the Asia Pacific Cultural Center for UNESCO (ACCU).   The forum was attended by organizations from Philippines, Pakistan, Bangladesh, India and Japan. the forum was organized to sum up the achievements of the project and share the learning experiences of different organizations from across regions. The Youth-Led Sustai...
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Inclusive DRR Education & Sustainable Development

Community learning centers and community-based learning programs play significant role in shaping local development initiatives in the Philippines in the frame of sustainable development. Overtime, community learning centers have expanded and evolved from a venue for learning to becoming a community hub for local development initiatives to take place. The range of CLC initiatives in the Philippines either government supported orCSO/NGO led covers a very broad themes from basic literacy, alt...
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Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

The impacts of global warming and climate change is said to be “the greatest injustice of our time”. The world’s poorest people have contributed least to its cause but they are the ones who suffer most from its devastating effects. Poor and developing countries are the most that are at risk due to long term flawed natural resource management practices and policies, increased population density and settlements in fragile eco-systems, increased demand on environment and natural resource...
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Rapid Needs Assessment After Typhoon Ompong

Following the landfall of Typhoon Mangkhut last September 15, 2018, PILCD conducted a rapid assessment from September 16-21 targeting the province of Benguet and Mt. Province in the Cordillera Region and northern part of Zambales province in Region 3. This assessment is part of the joint assessment conducted with Life Haven Independent Living Center and Assistance and Cooperation for Community Resilience (ACCORD) with support from Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB). The objective of the rapid needs...
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Launching of Inclusive DRR Materials in Calbayog and Catbalogan city, Samar

In line with the celebration of National Disaster Resilience Month  and National Disability Protection and Rehabilitation (NDPR) week  this July, the People’s Initiative for Learning and Community Development (PILCD), launched their Inclusive Information Education Communication (IEC) materials last July 4 and 6, 2018 in Catbalogan and Calbayog in Samar. The inclusive IEC materials include audio and video materials on Inclusive Community-based Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (CBDRRM) and ...
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Disability Inclusive CBDRR Project in Samar and Benguet

Within the framework of inclusive participation in disaster preparedness and response, this project is aimed at strengthening capacities of highly vulnerable groups especially persons with disability to be active agents and participants in community-based disaster risk reduction and management. The project was initiated in 2015 in partnership with the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB) and Aktion Deutchsland Hilft (ADH) in Calbayog and Catbalogan, Samar. A similar project was developed and impleme...
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