More than half of the population of the Philippines live in disaster prone areas, and the country has the second greatest risk of disaster worldwide, according to the World Risk Report 2014.
The Philippines experiences around 20 typhoons a year and, being in the Pacific ‘Ring of Fire’, is at high risk of earthquakes. Twenty of the largest cities are situated on the coast and are most at risk of rising sea levels and extreme climate conditions.
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Reports and resources
This assembly will help pupils to understand more about disasters and can be used in response to a new disaster when it happens.
A selection of classroom activities for ages 7-11 exploring the impact of climate change and poverty.
This presentation introduces the topic of disasters and can be used alongside the disaster zone game.
These teaching notes are designed to help teachers prepare for the disaster zone game.
This simulation game challenges pupils to think about what they would do in emergency situations.
This case study provides information on flooding that happened in the Philippines in 2012.
This worksheet provides a range of activities about disasters and emergencies.
This interactive team game will help pupils work together to understand the devastating impact of a disaster on the lives of people living in poverty.
Since 2007, Rice Watch Action Network has been helping small-scale farmers adapt to a changing environment through the Climate Resiliency Field Sch
This report is aimed at development practitioners and donors to help identify and address the needs of those most at risk of being left behind.
Christian Aid Philippines is based in Manila. We can also draw on the expertise of colleagues at our UK headquarters, other Christian Aid teams across Asia and the world, and INGO networks and alliances in the Philippines and at international level.
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