- — Lawrence San Diego (@LawrenceLately)Thu, Feb 05 2015 01:07:59
- — Carin van der Hor (@CarinAtPlan)Thu, Feb 05 2015 01:31:08
- The event was opened by the keynote speeches of Undersecretary Alexander Pama, Administrator of the Office of Civil Defense (OCD) and Executive Director of the National Disaster Risk Reduction Council (NDRRMC), and the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator Terence Jones.
- — Rowena Paraan (@rowenaparaan)Thu, Feb 05 2015 01:15:38USec Palma during #101Emergency Response workshop 4 editors & journalists: Editors shld assign journalists dedicated 2 this beat.
- — OCHA Philippines (@OCHAPhilippines)Thu, Feb 05 2015 01:12:59
- Representatives of OCHA, WHO, UNICEF, UNHCR, IOM, Plan, UNFPA, FAO and ILO briefed on key topics including coordination, humanitarian cluster system, preparedness, humanitarian principles and standards, the role of NGOs and ethical reporting in emergency response, early recovery and livelihood, followed by Q&A.
- — Phil. Daily Inquirer (@Team_Inquirer)Thu, Feb 05 2015 02:05:06
- — Carin van der Hor (@CarinAtPlan)Thu, Feb 05 2015 02:20:38
- — Rowena Paraan (@rowenaparaan)Thu, Feb 05 2015 03:17:56Media community shld also hav its own emergncy response systm 2 keep information flowing 2 affectd people & 4 its own safety #101Emergency
- — OCHA Philippines (@OCHAPhilippines)Thu, Feb 05 2015 06:08:22
#101Emergency Response for Editors and Journalists
On 5 February 2015, humanitarian organizations in the Philippines hosted a workshop for the media in Manila with an aim to promote a greater understanding of how the humanitarian community responds and what mechanisms are put into place once a crisis strikes.
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