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Philippines Action Plan 2019-2022


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Ben-Errol D. Aspera Reply

All my projects as an independent consultant and NGO development worker cover IP communities in Mindanaw. This is my first time to come across this Phil. Action Plan under the OGP. Happy to see that the IP has been given a space in this plan.
It seem however that there are other important and critical issues and concerns of the IPs that are not reflected in this plan.
Currently Disaster Risk Reduction, Preparedness, Response and Management framework focuses on human induced and natural calamities. Public health and epidemics have, by and large, not been part of the disaster preparedness of the LGUs, nor even at the national level. Currently most preparedness and response measures consist of plans for provision of common mass sanctuary/evacuation centers for affected households. While epidemiological disasters the likes of COVID-19 pandemic require totally different measures of risk reduction which is by and large dispersion and/or isolation of affected people. I suggest that this concern be included in the NAP. Among the actions proposed will be to take stock of the lessons and good practices emerging from the NCOV-19 contagion here and abroad for possible integration into over-all DRRM framework and policy guidelines.
Maraming Salamat


Thanks for sharing this material!

Business Consultant Reply

What is the incentive for the Philippines to follow this action plan? Are they getting money or other compensation in return? If that’s the case, how can you measure they are following their commitments and not just giving you a dog and pony show?

Dan Johnson Reply

I think it’s safe to say this action plan will be trashed, since covid-19 came into play. Now there needs to be an action plan on getting out of the 9 trillion in debt, and bringing back tourism and OFW jobs. It seems like the government will just ride out the quarantines and increase debt until there’s a vaccine. I’m looking forward to hearing from the tax consultants about how the country will get the needed tax revenue to offset the increasing debt.

Carl Gutierrez Reply

thanks for this article. RAFI MFI has since empowered more than 360,902 micro-entrepreneurs in underserved and vulnerable communities across the country.

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