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Sunday, 13 April 2014 23:51

CODE-NGO Young Writers’ Summer Camp 2014: Submission of Applications Extended until April 21, 2014

Good news!

We would like to inform you that the Submission of Applications for the CODE-NGO Young Writers’ Summer Camp 2014 is EXTENDED until April 21, Monday, 5PM. This is due to the request of a number of individuals for an extension. For those who have already submitted, you can re-submit your application in case you have corrections or additional information to provide.  

For more details, you may download the guidelines from http://code-ngo.org/home/component/content/article/43-front/349-invitation-to-the-code-ngo-young-writers-camp-2014-volunteering-for-development.html or you may visit www.code-ngo.org and the Caucus of Development NGO Networks Facebook page.

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Thursday, 13 March 2014 18:17

Invitation to the CODE-NGO YOUNG WRITERS’ SUMMER CAMP 2014: Volunteering for Development

Are you eager to learn about development work, good in writing and research, between 18 and 35 years old, and excited to travel outside Metro Manila from May 12 to 17?

 

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Monday, 10 March 2014 07:50

Community involvement: a must in DRRM and poverty reduction planning 

 

 

Mifael Llauderes, our Area Coordinator for Tagapul-an and Tarangnan, Samar, for CODE-NGO’s Citizens’ Monitoring of LGU Performance (CML) Project, reports first-hand in the aftermath of typhoon Yolanda, the inescapable link between poverty and disasters, and the urgency of involving communities and in building their capacities in disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM).  

 

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