RENEWABLE ENERGY

Solar powered charging stations for fisher folks and coastal communities in Iloilo.

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RESILIENT SHELTERS

Hundreds of housing units and repair kits were turned over to beneficiaries in four barangays.

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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

COMSCA Livelihood Scheme of Iloilo CODE NGOs and Christian Aid

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Livelihood scheme teaches Yolanda survivors better financial management

The recovery work continues two years after Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) hit the coastal towns and small islands in Iloilo province. Apart from building shelters and marine resource management for fisherfolks in reconstruction work, many of the survivors need livelihood because of the limited resources to support income-generating activities. Given this need, 4 non-governmental organizations
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Renewable Energy

One of the major challenges that communities face is the lack of power connection from the power grid for electricity. The situation was further aggravated after typhoon Haiyan with months of power blackout. The project integrated the use of solar energy in order to address the problem.

Natural Resource Management

Natural resource management offered a significant intervention among the beneficiaries considering that the project sites are coastal and island barangays and most of the beneficiaries rely on the sea for their livelihood and food. After Haiyan, boats for fishing were destroyed and it immediately stopped fishing activities. The impact was immediately felt especially by small
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