More than 65,000 houses and buildings were mapped by 16 schools from five local government units with assistance from the UP Diliman Department of Geography of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy (CSSP-Geog) and UP NOAH Center from February to April this year.
Prof. Berse encouraged the participants to continue investing in building capacity, strengthen and scale up their good practices, and to continually innovate and build on their strengths.
The Singapore Executive Development Course is co-organized by UNDESA/DPADM/UNPOG, the Government Technology Agency (GovTech) of Singapore, and UNDP Global Centre for Public Service Excellence (GCPSE)
Five student organizations based in the University of the Philippines’ National Institute of Geological Sciences (NIGS) now work hand in hand with Project NOAH in mapping the country. The members of these organizations committed their time and effort to help achieve the common goal of achieving a disaster- resilient Philippines. Project NOAH coordinated with the heads and representatives of UP Geological Society, UP CWM Zena’na, UP Geology Majors’ Society, Iuvenis[…]