Multi-Hazard Impact-Based Forecasting and Early Warning System for the Philippines
Scaling up current initiatives on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation in the Philippines.
The Philippines is one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to climate hazards, experiencing an average of 19 tropical cyclones annually. Studies project an increase in the intensity of cyclones, along with an increase in the vulnerability of physical and social infrastructure.
The project will strengthen the Philippines’ ability to adjust to climate impacts, and implement long-term climate risk reduction and adaptation measures. It will build on best practice in multi-hazard early warning systems and link with forecast-based action to maximize impacts on the ground. This includes climate-resilient development planning and investment.
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- Public sector
GCF financing32% disbursed
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|2022 Annual Performance Report for SAP010: Multi-Hazard Impact-Based Forecasting and Early Warning System for the Philippines||Annual Performance Report||07 Sep 2023|
|Multi-Hazard Impact-Based Forecasting and Early Warning System for the Philippines||Approved funding proposal||04 Dec 2019|
|Gender action plan for SAP010: Multi-Hazard Impact-Based Forecasting and Early Warning System for the Philippines||Gender action plan||22 Oct 2019|
|Gender assessment for SAP010: Multi-Hazard Impact-Based Forecasting and Early Warning System (MH-IBF-EWS) for the Philippines||Gender assessment||22 Oct 2019|