Following its aim of preparing local government units, community leaders, policy makers, planners, and families in preventing and mitigating disasters, Project NOAH is again conducting the 7th installment of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management series this November 9.
We believe that an increased awareness for disaster risk is the key in cultivating a culture of preparedness and reducing the catastrophic impacts of extreme weather events.
Are you a part of an organization or institution involved in disaster planning, response, and mitigation? Let us work together to relay the right information to the right people at the right time.
JOIN US IN THIS SEMINAR!
The seminar will be held in University of the Philippines- Diliman National Institute of Geological Sciences (UP-NIGS) building at 1:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon. We can accommodate up to 100 participants and this is free of charge!
May we remind the attendees to kindly bring their own laptops or mobile devices.
REGISTER NOW by filling out the Google form below (or you may also redirect to http://bit.ly/NOAHworkshopseriesregistration to fill out the form on a separate tab), and we will contact you through a text message, call, or e-mail to confirm your registration.
We will be accepting registrations up to November 6, 2015, so make sure to reserve your slot right away!
Source: Typhoon Ruby (Hagupit) Update (NOAH DOST)
7th Project NOAH DRRM Seminar this November 9