Project NOAH to conduct another DRRM Workshop Series this September 21

Realizing its aim of administering a NOAH Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRMM) workshop series twice a month, Project NOAH (Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards) will be conducting its 4th workshop on September 21, 2015. The 3rd installment, and also this month’s first run, recently concluded last September 2. Forty-six participants from different government sectors and organizations attended the event, including representatives of LGUs from Rizal, Aurora, Bulacan, Pampanga, Zambales, Occidental Mindoro, and Pangasinan

The event will be held in University of the Philippines-Diliman National Institute of Geological Sciences (UP NIGS) building at 1:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon. The training workshop will focus to learning how to use the hazard assessment tools developed by DOST- Project NOAH, such as the website and hazard maps.

NOAH DRRM Workshop in NIGS UP Diliman, September 21, 2015

NOAH DRRM Workshop in NIGS UP Diliman, September 21, 2015

Save the date. Join us this September 21!

This is free of charge, free for all, so we encourage everyone, especially the local disaster risk reduction officers and individuals working in disaster preparedness and risk reduction, to attend this activity so we could work hand in hand in averting disasters through disaster management, preparedness, and mitigation.

However, due to the limited number of seats, only the first 50 registrants will be accommodated. Interested participants may register until September 17 by filling out the Google form below (or you may also redirect to to fill out the form on a separate tab), and we will text or call and e-mail you to confirm your registration:


  1. Excellent work from tjb hope it will open for public?


      Yes, it is open to the public. We will also be providing live streaming of the workshop, the link will be posted later.

  2. Francis C. De Guzman


    Is there going to be another workshop?

    I’m Hoping to be part of one your workshops, thanks!

  3. Thanks for the good workshop/seminar, its very informing and empowering event. More power to DOST.

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