Water workers showing USAID program staff a newly built climate-resilient water intake structure

In the wake of Typhoon Rai (Philippine name: Super Typhoon Odette) devastating the nation in 2021, numerous local governments have earnestly invested in climate-resilient water supply infrastructure. The Rizal local government unit in Palawan, after a year of intensive training and mentorship through USAID Philippines' Safe Water Project, constructed a new intake structure, adhering to climate-resilient design standards and evidence-based water source assessment and development.

Crossing Towards Adaptation

Copyright © 2023 Rene Capiz

Country Philippines
Topics Disaster Risk Management, Water and Sanitation, Humanitarian Assistance, Infrastructure

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