Community Benefits from the Participatory Action Research on Climate Change

The five fisherfolk communities of La Union benefited in the research through:

  1. Increased participation in planning and programs for Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation;
  2. More access to social protection and benefits from local government units;
  3. Community preparedness to impacts of disasters and climate change;
  4. Increased livelihood support; and
  5. Institutionalized environmental protection programs e.g. clean up drives, waste recycling, reforestation, hazard mapping, etc

KADUAMI’s vision is towards the realization of

      Right to food               Right to Health

      Right to water             Right to Safe Environment

      Right to work              Right to Livelihood

      Right to housing         Right to Education

 

 

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