Crisis Prevention and Recovery

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Support to Typhoon Recovery and Resilience in the Visayas

Only two months after Typhoon Haiyan (locally known as Yolanda) devastated one of the poorest parts of the Philippines, recovery efforts are in full swing. Millions remain displaced but many are returning home. The government and international community’s responses have been quick, while the peoplemore

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Support to Typhoon Recovery and Resilience in the Visayas: Programme Document

This programme presents a comprehensive framework for United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) support to Typhoon Yolanda Recovery and Resilience in the Visayas region (TRRV). The programme takes into account differential impacts, vulnerabilities and capacities across the affected region andmore

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UNDP Results: Typhoon Haiyan Early Recovery

In the immediate aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, UNDP and its partners launched an early recovery programme, which began with emergency employment cash-for-work in debris and waste removal in the most affected areas. One month after the storm, many of the main streets are cleared, which allows themore

OUR WORK - CRISIS PREVENTION AND RECOVERY

UNDPs partnership on crisis prevention and recovery in the Philippines is aimed to contribute to the creation and maintenance of a secure and peaceful environment, especially for the poor and marginalized. It addresses conflict prevention and peace building; recovery; and small arms reduction, disarmament and demobilization.

MORE ABOUT CRISIS PREVENTION AND RECOVERY
Contact UNDP in the Philippines
Alma Evangelista

Team Leader
Crisis Prevention and Recovery
Email: alma.evangelista@undp.org
Phone number: (632) 9010226
Fax Numbers: (632) 9010200, (632) 8897177