Disaster Preparedness and Local Governance in the Philippines
Domingo, Sonny N.; Manejar, Arvie Joy A. | December 2018
The high level of casualties, population displacements and economic costs from recent disaster events still point to necessary augmentations in disaster preparedness. Policy has to be revisited, institutional arrangements have to be reviewed and resource mobilization issues have to be addressed. RA10121, albeit strong on its own, has to be enhanced and supported by functional department policy to be aptly cascaded. Policy and planning alignments also have to be enhanced both from the national to subnational levels and horizontally within local government institutions and national government agencies.
CitationDomingo, Sonny N.; Manejar, Arvie Joy A.. 2018. Disaster Preparedness and Local Governance in the Philippines. © Philippine Institute for Development Studies. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/9530.
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