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CODE-NGO Accredited by DSWD as an Implementing Entity of Government or Public funds

It was indeed another remarkable and rewarding moment as the Caucus of Development NGO Networks (CODE-NGO) received its certificate of accreditation from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) as an Implementing Entity of Government or Public funds. Last March 6, 2017, during the DSWD flag ceremony, CODE-NGO formally received the certificate as awarded […]

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Building Partnerships for Organizational Change

The year 2015 was ushered in with the “Strengthening the Capacity of Philippine CSOs” project culminating event for participating civil society organizations (CSOs) after its 3-year implementation supported by the USAID. Recognizing the gains that the project brought in building the capacities in organizational development of the participating CODE-NGO members, the network resolved to adopt […]

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DRRM FUND WATCH

Managing disasters from preparedness to response is a daunting and oftentimes costly task for local government units (LGUs). When lives are at risk there can be no allowance for inept officials, inefficiency and mismanagement of funds. The DRRM (Disaster Risk Reduction and Management) Fund Watch was conceptualized to strengthen the stringency of monitoring of the […]

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Jarryn Katia – CIVICUS Fellow to the Philippines

Meet Jarryn – the new Capacity Development Fellow here at CODE-NGO! Jarryn has been commissioned by international NGO CIVICUS to assist CODE-NGO with Knowledge Development and Management frameworks, as he is a specialist in trainings, instructional design, media and innovation for social impact. He began his Fellowship with us in February 2017, and will work […]

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CODE-NGO e-Newsletter: January 2017 Issue

January 2017 Issue CODE-NGO Members’ Humanitarian Response to Communities Affected by Typhoons Lawin (Haima) and Nina (Nock-ten) Roselle Rasay Super Typhoon Lawin (Haima) made landfall on Penablanca, Cagayan on October 19, 2016. It had a massive 800-km diameter and led to placing 5 provinces under signal number 5 and 5 other provinces under signal number […]