A study that can guide stakeholders – businesses, government agencies and local government units, communities, NGOs – to innovate and support the development of Inclusive Business models toward poverty alleviation and human development. (Photo: Philippine Board of Investments)
On United Nations Day, the UN in the Philippines launched the Filipino Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) video.
The report is the first of its kind in the Philippines on how businesses are aligning their core business processes, activities, and initiatives with the SDGs.
Poverty, rapid urbanization, poor land use, ecosystems decline and other risk factors will amplify the impacts of climate change.
Australia-UNDP boost support for social enterprises in the Philippines through an innovative partnership for social impact investing.
Tacloban City, Typhoon Haiyan's ground zero, is now rising from the devastation after four years.
Local conservation practitioners were trained on sustainable management of the park.

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104.5 million (2017)



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