Campaign: Education for resilience and response to humanitarian crisis

Cross Sector Mapping for Resiliency

Cross Sector Mapping for Resiliency teaches communities from across the sectors to learn OpenStreetMap and Ushahidi in partnership with local colleges to map the disaster risk and needs of their communities.

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BridgEd (Bridging Educational needs)

An online platform which engages leaders, educators, active citizens, students, government agencies, companies, NGOs, among others in making the educational sector more transparent and responsive to the real local needs of the education sector.

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ProduktiBibo: Leadership, Preparedness, Resiliency

ProduktiBibo - a play on the words "Produktibo" and "Bibo" aims to establish a culture of disaster preparedness and resiliency among students through the adoption of a Student Quality Circle (SQC) program that focuses on innovation & problem solving.

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Project: Ugnayan (E-Media Advocacy)

The main core of the program is to make an education - innovative awareness campaign on using all forms of media such as internet, mobile application, print, radio, and television on “Human Resilience as a response to the present humanitarian crisis”

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Students' Alternative Report Program

An independent Student Body other than the student council will be established to access and publish all Public Transaction Information, evaluate & monitor Education Sector Officials & their performance.& Send an alternative report to the DepEd/CHED

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suaraku

The SUARAKU (My Voice) is a web portal with sustainable data flow from schools for its stakeholder and community. It integrates spatial, web and mobile technology for capturing field data through participatory and dynamic field tested ICT tools.

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Wowsa Janosa!

Empowering Youth and Women Sectors in Barangay Janosa, Talim Island, Rizal, Philippines for Solid Waste Management and Disaster Preparedness

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Kona Mbaya

It's an application that will sensitize people on issues to do with safety. In that it informs people on black spots in Kenya and the unsafe places. It basically aims at letting people be alert when travelling around Kenya

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TakaApp

TakaApp is a platform that offers a linking service to garbage collectors and recyclers that will enable them trade in plastic and metal.

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PaireD

PaireD is a social network that will help link women & girls to opportunities and solutions.

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Abero[dot]com

Abero (woman) is about changing circumstances for women in a bold and innovative approach. It is based on 3 principles; 1. Information is a fundamental human right 2.empower a woman empower a community 3. Information is a great empowerment tool

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RENDILE GIRLS FOUNDATION

Rendille Girls Foundation seeks to help create awareness on the problems facing the Rendille Girlchild and also seeking for solutions to these problems.

 

www.facebook.com/rendillegirlsfoundation

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