Reducing Economic Vulnerabilities of Typhoon Haiyan affected communities in Northen Cebu

Last March 2015, the Disaster-based Sustainable and Resilient Livelihoods (DSLR) project component of the BRTH NCEbu project gave out a total of Php 4,354,828.15 to at least 150 women farmers and fishers from three community-based organizations for a ceremonial turn-over in time for the Women’s Month Celebration at the Saint Ignatius Church, Barangay Kawit, Medellin.  The event was attended by Action Aid Country Program Director Joyce Laker and PhilDHRRA Regional Chairperson Alberto C. Aquino.

Case Stories of Early Activities of the Disaster-based Sustainable and Resilient Livelihoods (DSRL)

Four case stories on early activities of the Disaster-based Sustainable Resilient Livelihood (DSRL) component under the BRTH Northern Cebu Project, an Action Aid-assisted project of Philippine Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Areas (PhilDHRRA).

Case Stories from Building Resilience of Typhoon Haiyan-affected Communities in Northern Cebu (BRTH Cebu) Project

Margarita Tantiado
Barangay Salag is located in the hinterland of the municipality of Tabogon. It is ten (10) kilometers away from Tabogon proper.  Margarita Tantiado, 53 years old and resident of Barangay Salag, was one of the beneficiaries of Action Aid who received rice support after typhoon Ruby.
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