Enhancing Teacher’s Capacities in DRRM: A Continuing Development Training for Quality Education

The Department of Education, Division of Benguet led by Ms. Nerissa Barbosa, Project Development Officer II organized teachers training to capacitate the new and untrained School Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Coordinator. The Cordillera Disaster Response and...
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CorDisRDS Staffs and Partners Trained on Child Centered DRR

“Pinadpadas nga nagit-ited ti DRR training iti community ngem saan nga natalmedan ti kasasaad ti ubbing, mas napabaknang daytoy base iti experience ti CCDRR nga ada pokus na ti ubbing, (DRR training is being conducted in the community but there is no inclusion of the...
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Urgent Appeal: Support Communities Affected by Typhoon Ompong

Urgent Appeal: Support Communities Affected by Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) 19 September 2018 On Sept. 14, 2018, the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines this year struck Northern Luzon and left widespread destruction in its wake. Ompong (Mangkhut) was a category 5...
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Typhoon Ompong: Impacts on Cordillera Region Situation Report #5 (as of 18 September 2018)

Typhoon Ompong: Impacts on Cordillera Region Situation Report #5 (as of 18 September 2018) Situation Overview On September 14, 2018, at about 1:00 AM, Typhoon Ompong (International Code Name Mangkhut) passed through the Cordillera Region. The typhoon brought heavy...
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CALL FOR DONATIONS

The Cordillera Disaster Response and Development Services humbly and urgently appeals for support for its emergency response activities. Urgent need are as follows: 1. Food such as rice, canned goods, legumes, cooking oil etc. 2. Non-food items (NFI) like mats,...
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Gumatdang Eyed Pathway Rehab

Gumatdang, Itogon, Benguet- As part of the Child-Centered Disaster Risk and Reduction project of the Cordillera Disaster Response and Development services (CorDis RDS), residents of Barangay Gumatdang seek to complete and rehabilitate a broken and irregular pathway in...

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THANK YOU DONORS!

THANK YOU DONORS!

We, the BOD and staff of Cordis RDS extend our appreciation to the following  donors who sent their help to the survivors of Typhoon Yolanda in the Visayas region: UCCP North Luzon  (28 sacks of clothes) Save  Apayao People's Organization, SAPO (7 sacks and 6 boxes of...

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Growing up in a less privileged family has not only offered financial and academic challenges, but also helped me realized the value of college education

For the past 4 years in college, the Integrated Education Assistance Program (IEAP) was a great help to me and my family. My family is living in a hand-to- mouth existence and sending me and my siblings in college is very difficult. The program of the CORDIS inspired...
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Integrated Educational Assistance Program

"..I was in school for so long and this is my third course and was able to graduate. The previous courses that was taken before are heap and to just have a college degree. I was mistaken! I never graduated due to lack of financial resources and had to look for work to...
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Integrated Educational Assistance Program

"I challenged my co-grantees to serve as models to the others to emulate, being poor should drive excel and be service while being a professional should not be use to oppress others." Lily N. Safilo, MedTech 2003; Working with Provincial Health Unit in Mountain...
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INTEGRATED EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IEAP)

“At first, I wanted to work abroad but after graduating and passed the licensure examination, I went back to my province to work and help my province mates. This is one of the things I learn in IEAP– TO SERVE THE PEOPLE” – Chester Tuazon, BSN,RN, Baguio Central...
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INTEGRATED EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IEAP)

I was worried that I would not continue my studies due to financial problem I stopped going to school for a semester to find work and saves for next school year, while working I applied for the program and luckily I was accepted, this makes me more determined to...
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