Last June 13-20, 2022 CCEF, through project INSPIRE-DEEPER, conducted a simultaneous post-Odette damage response through a biophysical assessment and community mobilization in Talibon &Ubay Bohol and in Olango in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu.
The “Diversified Engagement and Eco-governance Planning for Ecosystem Resiliency (DEEPER)” commenced on May 22, 2022, as a response to the impact of super typhoon Odette on the coastal communities in Bohol and Cebu. This project is funded through the INSPIRE Project by the Gerry Roxas Foundation through the USAID $17.5 million grant.
The Community Mobilization and Biophysical Asseeement participated by the three (3) People’s Organization; Birhen sa Kalooy Fisherfolk Association, KAGAMMASI and Humayhumay Fisherfolk Association, and three PO in olango; San vincente kababayenan, san vicente eco-tours association and san vicente fisherfolk association.
Thank you LGU Talibon and Ubay for providing our team with the transportation, BPEMO for assisting our post-Odette damage assessment, and JCI Zugbuana for donating sacks.
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