Let’s reignite the Bayanihan spirit for disaster-affected communities!
“In the face of intensifying global warming and climate change, rising health and environmental risks, as well as worsening poverty, inequality, and vulnerabilities, it is imperative that we invest in capacities and mechanisms for effective disaster preparedness and humanitarian emergency response.
We share with you this prospectus showcasing how we work on-the-ground with local partners to address the needs of the most affected and most needy. Your trust and support are very important to us. We hope that you can partner with us in empowering people, building community resilience, and promoting locally-led emergency response.”
– Benedict Balderrama (Chairperson, SAFER)