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climate change

Climate Change Focals and Information Officers Expose on DRR Policy Actions in Agri-fishery Extension, ATI-CRA Project Status Levels Off

DILIMAN, Quezon City.  Disaster preparedness and readiness are encouraged to all sectors.  Climate change focal persons and information officers of the ATI network were convened for a national updates on the DA’s Disaster Risk Reduction Policy Actions in Agriculture and Fishery Extension (AFE) cum ATI Climate Resilient

85 Recipients Benefit from the Climate Resilient Agriculture Livelihood Project

CABAGAN, ISABELA.  With the goal of making communities resilient to climate change, the Climate Resilient Agriculture Livelihood Project (CRLP) is implemented in six selected municipalities of region 02.  These are the municipalities highly vulnerable to climate change, namely, Uyugan in the province of Batanes, Sta. Maria and Gamu in Isabela, Piat and Enrile in Cagayan and Villaverde in Nueva Vizcaya.

CRLP Recipients Appreciate the Use of Vulnerability Assessment

CABAGAN, Isabela.  After the three-day appreciation course on the use of vulnerability assessment, the recipients of the climate resilient agriculture livelihood project (CRLP) realized their vulnerabilities to climate change. 
 
They have experienced multiple hazards from drought, floods, strong typhoons, erosion, and pest and disease outbreak both on plants and animals, which affect their livelihood activities. 

Becoming Climate Resilient Communities

Quezon City.  As Dr. Luz Taposok, ATI Director said in her video message during the opening program that climate change is already an acknowledged phenomenon in the country, that’s why different agencies have its strategies and interventions in mainstreaming climate change.

GEF Meets the PhilCCAP Implementers in Region 02

Tuguegarao City. After the five-year implementation of the Philippine Climate Change Adaptation Project (PhilCCAP) in the Philippines, the Independent Evaluation Office of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) based in Washington DC visited region 02 to have a dialogue with the implementers and beneficiaries of the project.
 

Corn Farmers Enhanced on Climate Change Adaptation in Corn Farming

SAN MATEO, ISABELA.  Corn farming is vulnerable to climate change because majority of corn farmers are dependent on rain for their farming activities.  Corn farmers usually experience drought and floods throughout the year that resulted to low yield. 

Deputy Director Aton Meets PhilCCAP Farmers

Tuguegarao City.  “We assure you that you will no longer go home from training with your paper and ballpen only but to have something to start with,” words from Dir. Alfredo S.

BSWM Briefs PhilCCAP Stakeholders on the ECSFFS Program Manual

Diliman, Quezon City.  After series ofvalidations with various stakeholders conducted together with PhilCCAP partners, the Enhanced Climate Smart Farmers’ Field School Program Manual was completed and ready for dissemination to clients especially the trainors. 

World Bank Rep Conducts Implementation Support Mission in PhilCCAP Pilot Sites

TUGUEGARAO   CITY.    Validating   and   assessing   the extent   of   Philippine   Climate   Change Adaptation Project (PhilCCAP), the World Bank together with the Project Management Office conducted World Bank Implementation Support Mission in Tuguegarao City and Peñablanca, Cagayan. 

Climate-Smart Farm Business School, a New Modality of Transforming Farmers

SAN MATEO, ISABELA.  Transforming farmers to become entrepreneurs as they are adapting the threats of the changing climate is one of the program thrusts of the Agricultural Training Institute.  The Climate-Smart Farm Business School (CSFBS) is an improved extension modality in reaching farmers.  

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