You all know about the high commitment of Kito Onlus for the Philippines after the huge disaster of November 2013, when the Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded, has hit the country, devastating the entire population.
In order to sum up what happened in the months after Haiyan, on September 12th Kito will follow online the panel organized by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) together with the WHO Representative to the Philippines called “Ten months after Typhoon Haiyan: Lessons from the response and how to prepare for the future”: the idea is to bring together experts from UN agencies, the Philippines government, the NGOs to discuss what can be learnt from the national and international response and how can countries build future resilience given the growing threat of natural disasters.
We will try to understand how is the impact of the emergency after 10 months, why the Philippines are a country so much at risk for this kind of natural disasters, and what can be done in order to prepare at best all the stakeholders for future events.
You can register to follow online the event HERE, or you can wait to read all the updates in our blog!
Last modified: 10/09/2014