Monthly Archives: February 2016

Not Forsaken

story by Analyn Lucas, MEAL Officer/CRS. As if Typhoon Haiyan, considered one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded in the world, has not created enough damage in the province, Eastern Samar was hit again by another strong typhoon Hagupit the year after. According to the Philippines National Disaster Risk Management Council, Typhoon Hagupit killed […]

Looking on the Brighter Side of Typhoons

by Mark Jeralden Lacdao The family of Marlito Rosauro has survived an ordeal in life that tested their strength as well as their faith. A native from Santa Josefa, Agusan Del Sur, Marlito was living a simple and happy life in the said place with his wife and three children. On December 2012, Typhoon Pablo (I.N […]

CRS RELEASES STUDY ON LOCAL SOLUTIONS TO LAND CONFLICT IN MINDANAO

Last February 10, during the Learning Conference in Davao, CRS/Philippines released the study on Local Solutions to Land Conflict in Mindanao. The paper on LOCAL SOLUTIONS TO LAND CONFLICT IN MINDANAO presents a land conflict typology and key policy-related lessons from the Applying the 3 Bs (Binding, Bonding, Bridging) to Land Conflict (A3B) project implemented over a 3-year period […]