The Public Parks, Open, and Green Spaces (PPOGS) Guidebook is proposed to assist local communities, local government units (LGUs), real estate developers, and planners in both the private and public sectors in the planning, design and development of better, appropriately located, and sustainable public open and green spaces that meet the leisure, recreation and sports needs of rapidly urbanizing Philippine towns and cities.
Asian Development Bank, Department of the Interior and Local Government
The objective of this project is to support DILG, especially DILG Regional Office 8, and participating LGUs in the implementation of subcomponent C1. The capacity of the selected LGUs were strengthened to incorporate DRRM and CCA in Comprehensive Land Use Plans (CLUPs) and Comprehensive Development Plans (CDPs) using geographic information systems (GIS) and other instruments that have been established by the Government and key partners.
Urban Land Institute Philippines (ULI-Ph), Asia Society Foundation, World Wildlife Fund, National Competitiveness Council, APEC 2015 National Organizing Council, Microsoft, USAID INVEST
Validation of priority LGU projects for resiliency design
Philippine Misereor Partnership, (TAO)-Pilipinas
Comprehensive assessment of the post-disaster rehabilitation needs of Homonhon and Manicani islands, focusing on shelter and the built environment (support infrastructure / systems)
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
UN-Habitat, Tacloban City Government
Preparation of comprehensive, long-term recovery and rehabilitation plan for Tacloban City
Provision of technical assistance for Americares in the delivery of design and construction supervision in the repairs of two (2) barangay health centers in the Municipality of Medellin, Province of Cebu in Barangays Canhabagat and Daanlungsod
The Regional Development Council (RDC) VIII-Infrastructure and Utilities Development Committee (IUDC) endorsed the Binahaan River Flood Study during its 2nd 2017 Meeting on 15 June 2017.Continue reading