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FLood Anticipatory action In Tanay, Rizal (FLAIR)

FLood Anticipatory action In Tanay, Rizal (FLAIR)

Project Result Areas:

  • Child Participation
  • Child Protection
  • Learn

Project Target Reach:

Girls: 4584
Women: 6950
Boys: 4514
Men: 5168

About The Project:

The FLAIR Project or the Anticipatory Action Trial aims to proactively address the impact of flooding in Tanay, Rizal. Initially funded by DFAT Australia, the project aims to prioritize engagement with at-risk populations, empowering them through capacity-building, involving them in decision-making processes, and enhancing their resilience to flooding.

Needs of the Community:

  • Lack of capacity building and resilience among vulnerable groups in Tanay, who often experience heavy flooding and were resettled from Manila’s slums
  • Lack of involvement of vulnerable groups, including persons with disabilities, women’s groups, indigenous groups, and children’s groups, in the vulnerability assessment to understand specific challenges, priorities, and needs related to flood hazards

Project Location/s:

Tanay, Rizal

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DSWD License No.: DSWD-SB-L-00008-2024
Coverage: Regions I, II, III, IV-A, IV-MIMAROPA, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, CARAGA, CAR, and NCR
Period: February 16, 2024 – February 17, 2027

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