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Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Measures. Recognition of different actors. LDRRMO (Sec. 12). DRRM Officer. Administrative & Training. Research & Planning. Operations & Warning. Decentralization: Development of Local Structures.

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    1. Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Measures

    2. Recognition of different actors

    3. LDRRMO (Sec. 12) DRRM Officer Administrative & Training Research & Planning Operations & Warning Decentralization: Development of Local Structures Local governments have the capacity to declare a state of calamity Composition of the LDRRMC (Sec. 11.a) Governor/ Mayor Chair Members DRRM Officer Engineering Officer Health Officer Gender & Dev’t Officer Superintendent of Schools Bureau of Fire Protection Planning & Dev’t Officer Social Welfare & Dev’t Officer Agriculture Officer Veterinary Officer Budget Officer Private Sector ABC PNRC PNP AFP CSO CSO CSO CSO

    4. Targeting the women, children and elderly; hazard-prone communities; discriminated people; informal settlers; mining affected communities; remote small islands Risk Assessment:Identifying and Organizing the Most Vulnerable sectors

    5. Risk Assessment:Addressing Uncertainty in Assessing Risks Engagement with Scientists to identify emerging and imminent hazards Dialogues to surface sectoral and gender-based knowledge Valuing community knowledge through Participatory Capacities and Vulnerability Assessment (PCVA)

    6. Para-legal Training Enterprise and employable skills training Psycho-Social Support Risk Reduction:Building Capacity DRR & PCVA

    7. Risk Assessment:Installing Early Warning Systems Linking Upland and lowland communities to provide EARLY warning Community-based Monitoring Community-based Communication Systems

    8. Risk Reduction:Introducing Redundancy Repetitive Emergency drills Communication Systems Community-Based Response capacities Response Diversity

    9. Risk Reduction:Protecting the Environment Reforestation Solid Waste management Beach Clean-ups Sandbagging

    10. Self-help and Retrofitting Training Risk Reduction:Building Safe Settlements Stabilizing slopes Building safe housing, foot paths, evacuation centers

    11. Risk Reduction:Generating Disaster-Resilient /Climate-Smart Livelihoods Flood-Resistant Crops/ Diversified Crops Alternative Agricultural practices Seaweed-based Compost

    12. Risk Reduction:Diversifying Livelihoods Diverse Livelihoods Associative Livelihoods using Value Chain Analysis

    13. Urban container and Community Gardens Mobile Gardens Sustainable Agriculture/ Sloping Agriculture Land Technology Risk Reduction:Ensuring Food Security

    14. Risk Reduction:Ensuring Access to Safe Water Community-Based water System Rainwater Catchment Water filtration

    15. Risk Reduction:Rekindling the Values of Saving and Stockpiling Seedbanking and Nursery Food processing and Packaging Microfinancing

    16. Governance:Influencing multi-level Governance Systems Campaigning Mainstreaming in Barangay Development Plans Linking local and National Policy Lobbying Leveraging and Use of Calamity Funds for DRR

    17. Disaster Preparedness:Preparing for Disasters Provision of life saving equipment and training Contingency Planning

    18. Responding to Disasters Emergency Relief based on international standards Pre-positioning Response capacity through CA Rapid Response and Assessment Team (CARRAT)

    19. Knowledge Management:Managing Knowledge Visible Hazard Maps Awareness Building Activities Documentation, production and dissemination of knowledge products Networking/GIS Consortium Building

    20. Work in diverse ecosystems Cross partner visits Cross Partner and Community-based Learning Circles Knowledge Management:Investing on Learning

    21. Strategies