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Contributed by

Marlou Geurts

Subject

IRM, DRR, CCA, Resilience, Livelihoods, Policy, Water

Country

Philippines

Date

17 July 20

Credit

ACCORD Philippines

Document type

Case study

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The practice of ACCORD on resilient livelihoods has evolved through various humanitarian actions in response to typhoons Bopha and Haiyan, with theoretical and practical contribution from other humanitarian and disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation, and ecosystem management and restoration (also referred to as integrated risk management) projects. Households can make their livelihoods more resilient by adopting strategies to diversify, protect, and strengthen livelihood assets and capacities

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The practice of ACCORD on resilient livelihoods has evolved through various humanitarian actions in response to typhoons Bopha and Haiyan, with theoretical and practical contribution from other humanitarian and disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation, and ecosystem management and restoration (also referred to as integrated risk management) projects. Households can make their livelihoods more resilient by adopting strategies to diversify, protect, and strengthen livelihood assets and capacities

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