Top 5 awesome things gov't agencies are doing (Rappler)

This article by Anna Oposa was published in Rappler (Posted on 03/13/2013 12:11 AM  | Updated 03/13/2013 9:16 AM) #5- Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards (NOAH) In 2012, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and other government agencies concerned launched NOAH, a project that aims to enable the Filipino people’s capacity to prevent and manage disasters. The plan includes the installation of 600 automated rain gauges and 400 water level measuring[…]

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NOAH website debuts Tide Level feature

This time, the beach tides during a much needed summer getaway won’t disappoint you.  A new feature on the Project NOAH website lets you check the latest information on tide levels, all in one click. About 300 coastal sites are projected in the noah.dost.gov.ph website, which provides the public with information on the tide levels in the Philippines for the next 24 hours. The new feature debuted in the website[…]

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Project NOAH wins Anvil Award of Excellence

The importance of Project NOAH’s mobile app was cited in the recent 48th Anvil Awards, an award-giving body for outstanding Public Relations programs and tools in the Philippines. Project NOAH’s mobile application for Android won the Anvil Award of Excellence in Makati Shangri-La last March. Developed by SMART Communications Inc., the multi-awarded Android app has already received several accolades from private and public sectors. The Project NOAH mobile application for[…]

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Project NOAH's mobile app bags Future Gov Award

The mobile application for the Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards (NOAH) won the nod of FutureGov, Asia-Pacific’s longest running and multi-awarded magazine for government, healthcare, and education. For making public information on weather conditions and disaster information available to the public, the Project NOAH mobile application won the Best Mobile App on the Future Gov Awards 2013, held in the New World Hotel, Makati City last April 11, 2013. “When[…]

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