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|About||Project PROSPER is a 1-year project in Zamboanga Peninsula, implemented by CDP and USAID, aiming to contribute to resilience building of the entire region.|
The Center for Disaster Preparedness Foundation Inc. (CDP) in partnership with the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA-USAID) is currently implementing project PROSPER (Participation in Resilient Building and Organizing Safe and Progressive communities for Empowerment, Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction) in the region of Zamboanga Peninsula. The project targets to serve 59,299 at-risk and vulnerable individuals and their families in three provinces and one key city of the region. The project aims to transform the lives of the people in the region towards holistic and inclusive resilience building, empowerment and development so they are more resilient to flooding and drought.
Utilizing the river-basin approach and modeling for this region, this project will put focus on igniting the capacity development of Zamboanga City and the three provinces of the peninsula. There are four (4) project areas identified:
a. Zamboanga del Norte (Municipalities of Manukan and Roxas)
b. Zamboanga del Sur (Municipalities of Kumalarang and Tambulig)
c. Zamboanga Sibugay (Municipalities of Imelda and Kabasalan)
d. Zamboanga City