The Republic of the Philippines passed the Republic Act (RA) 9262 or the Anti-Violence against Women and their Children Act of 2004. The Act, despite being landmark legislation, has not been able to fully offer protection to women and their children.
Providing access to health, food security and livelihoods to indigenous peoples communities in the Philippines
The project aims to help reduce poverty in marginalised communities in 3 provinces by improving their socio-economic condition and ensuring that households have a steady source of nutritional food requirements and continuous access to health service.
The project supports the indigenous communities in Zambales and Surigao provinces in the Philippines by increasing their awareness of their rights in resource conflict areas, involving them in the advocacy for national and international policies.
Aims to improve capacity of small-scale rural producers in food production,agricultural governance and management of local supplies/ technology to counter food shortages and price increases, as well as mitigate effects of food price rises on children
Building Energy Autonomous Resorts Using Appropriate Technology Solutions in Tourism Destinations of the Philippines
Zero Carbon Resorts (ZCR) seeks to enable tourism small medium enterprises, such as hotels and resorts, to provide their energy services in an energy efficient, cost effective, and environmentally sound way.
The Project leads to the establishment of the ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity, a regional organisation with mandate to support ASEAN Member States in their effort to formulate and coordinate their biodiversity conservation policies.
Promotion of adaptation strategies to climate change by upland farmers to minimize risks and help attain sustainable development. Most of them cultivate marginal hilly areas and rely heavily on rain as source of water; existing adaptation strategies.
Forested indigenous communities are assisted on land tenurial security, livelihood development, reforestation and use of legal remedies, for replication in nearby indigenous areas, so that contiguous forest areas are protected.
By transferring the ECOPROFIT know-how via high quality training and by implementing best practice models of eco-efficiency, small to large-scale industrial units will increase and local economical and environmental development will be strengthened.
Upland Development Program assists communities in improving their livelihoods in a market-led, environmentally-friendly and sustainable manner. Key to its success is the adoption of a participatory model where villages decide their own plan of action
Rebuilding the lives of internally displaced people by the recurring conflicts in Mindanao is achieved via a series of activities: food and farm equipment distribution, provision of potable water, functional literacy programmes and peace-building.
The Small Projects Facility has made it possible for farmers to learn organic agriculture, increasing their chances to export to European markets via the establishment of a resource centre, a farmer field school and conduct of radio advocacy.
The ‘Anti-Death Penalty Campaign’ launched by FLAG was financed by the EU. Project activities financed were instrumental in influencing the opinion of key decision-makers and the general public, leading to the formal abolition of the death penalty.
The Trade Related Technical Assistance Programme (TRTA) is a development project which uses trade as a tool to pursue economic growth and reduce poverty incidence.
The European Union is providing continuous support for the overall implementation the Health Sector Reform Agenda of the Government of the Philippines as articulated in the Framework for Universal Health Care (UHC).
DELGOSEA is a transnational network of local governments and their associations, academics, civil society organisations and media for the promotion and exchange of best practices on local governance in Southeast Asia.