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Improve the living conditions of populations affected by the increase in the number of Typhoon in the Philippines, mainly in the Samar Oriental Region

This two year Project aims to contribute to the improvement of the resilience capacities and living conditions of populations affected by the increase of natural disasters in the Philippines. The project will reinforce sustainable livelihoods of 5,000 farming households by supporting improved access to local markets and increased agricultural production; reinforce local capacities for disaster management planning and humanitarian response; and support 126 families currently living in ‘unsafe areas’ with a new permanent shelter in a safe location coupled with income generation support. The project is implemented in 7 municipalities heavily affected Typhoon Haiyan in Eastern Samar province.

This project is also funded by LafargeHolcim, Alstom, Oxfam, and Samaritan Purse.

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