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... protect themselves from these all too frequent disasters. CHE has a proven strategy to organize communities to be self reliant and be prepared.
Photo here shows the 2 HCDI Drs running a TOT in a Cebu church.
The Philippines Disaster Plan 2011 to 2028 uses this cycle in its plan. we will address the left side of the diagram by presenting to them a integrated wholistic community development plan that give thema strategy at the ...
... and steel gates, though some were open with kids playing around a bit. In the evening we went out by M's car to one of the local shopping malls for dessert at a frozen yoghurt bar. Traffic is certainly challenging...the usual pattern of developing countries where the rules of the road are basically who can stick their nose ahead of the next car when claiming a lane or attempting a turn, and pedestrians are lowest on the food chain. The morning, being a Sunday, ...
... seems that everyone is on holiday, enjoying themselves - in this part of Cebu that seems to be basically hanging around on the streets in large groups while the icecream man does his rounds! Each year the Philippines makes global headlines for their gruesome reinactments of the crucifixion, where people are nailed to crosses - with nails through their hands and feet. And while (thankfully) I did not see real nailing take place in Cebu, they still perform ...
Time to move on and discover a bit more of the Philippines. We packed our bags, paid our bill, returned our motorbike and got the boat back to Dumaguete.
From there we took a bus to Sibulan, then the local fishing boat to cross back to Cebu Island. From the pier, we catch a taxi to the main road and then a local bus that dropped us in Cebu City.
The trip took us ...
... to as "the fluffy one"). We, we meaning Jenn, Elsa, and I, could not resist. Because most of the dogs in the Philippines are wild and not safe to pet, these pups were the first dogs we were able to play with since we left Manila! Soon after entering the display room to pet the gorgeous babies we noticed that a crowd had suddenly gathered around the window. I have a strong feeling it wasn't the puppies that they were staring at...we had become the ...
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