Last July 31, Project NOAH had the first session of its Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) Workshop Series. Participants from various LGUs and other disaster-related organizations gathered in UP Diliman to learn how to use the various Project NOAH tools in disaster risk reduction and management.
This August 17, 2015 (1:00 PM to 5:00 PM), we will be having the second installment of the series. To be held at the National Institute of Geological Sciences in UP Diliman, the training workshop will focus on learning how to use the hazard assessment tools developed by DOST Project NOAH, such as the website and hazard maps. This workshop series will be held twice a month, and is open to all local disaster risk reduction officers and individuals working in disaster preparedness and risk reduction.
Do you want to join us this August 17?
This workshop is free of charge and free for all. However, due to the limited number of seats, we can only take in the first 50 registrants for this session. You may register until August 13. Fill out the Google form below (or you may also click on http://bit.ly/NOAHworkshopseriesregistration to fill out the form on a separate tab), and we will text or call and e-mail you to confirm your registration:
See you on August 17!
Source: Typhoon Ruby (Hagupit) Update (NOAH DOST)
Project NOAH DRRM Workshop Series this August 17