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City planning and design competition in the Philippines aimed to make cities better prepared for a climate-defined future.
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Liveable Cities PH Jul 28
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Liveable Cities PH Jul 22
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Liveable Cities PH Jul 21
The and , in partnership with are pleased to present the first Liveable Cities Lab on Distance Learning under COVID. Please tune in and like our FB page at for the live streaming of the webinar tomorrow, 3 p.m.
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Rappler Jul 10
[PANOORIN] EXPLAINER: Ayon sa mga magulang at estudyante, naaapektuhan ng lockdown ang kanilang kabuhayan at hindi sila handa. Marami ring pamilyang walang access sa kompyuter o internet. Handa na ba ang Pilipinas na magbukas ng klase sa Agosto 24?
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World Bank Jul 5
For the billions of people living in homes without flush toilets, clean water, or electricity, sheltering at home is not enough to protect from . Read our latest blog:
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World Economic Forum Jun 23
As the world returns to work amidst the coronavirus pandemic, how can we ensure the future of work is inclusive, equal and prosperous for everyone? This is a toolkit for leaders to accelerate social progress:
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Jacque Manabat Jun 22
LOOK: A jeepney group installs a pulley system inside their unit in an attempt to lessen contact between driver & passenger.
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Liveable Cities PH Jun 19
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The Philippine Star Jun 15
Lalamove and the Quezon City Government launched on Monday a new delivery option called “LalaJeep” in a bid to support local jeepney drivers affected by the limited mass transport operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Infographic/Lalamove)
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Liveable Cities PH Jun 1
The Public Transit Challenge under GCQ As Metro Manila goes into General Community Quarantine starting June 1, the key question will be “will there be enough transportation or mobility options”? Read more:
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UN Philippines May 21
How do enterprises face COVID-19 challenges head-on? SIKAP is here to help! SIKAP is the Filipino enterprise's all-in-one source for business recovery. Sama-sama tayong mag-SIKAP tungo sa kinabukasan! Visit SIKAP now:
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UNDP Philippines May 21
How do enterprises face COVID-19 challenges head-on? SIKAP is the Filipino enterprise's all-in-one source for business recovery. Check out SIKAP 👉 Sama-sama tayong mag-SIKAP tungo sa kinabukasan!
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Al Jazeera English May 26
Replying to @AJEnglish
Philippines' Duterte says no school until vaccine is available
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Al Jazeera English May 26
deaths expose the impact of air pollution — in pictures
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World Economic Forum May 26
U.N. warns of global mental health crisis due to COVID-19 pandemic
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Transdev May 26
🇪🇺 In Sweden & in the Netherlands, we are developing public transportation for more sustainable mobility, by winning new contracts ⤵️
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ABS-CBN News May 26
JUST IN: All 17 Metro Manila LGUs vote to place the National Capital Region under general community quarantine starting June 1. | via
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UNDP Philippines May 26
The 5th Cambodia Media LAB is happening on May 29, 2PM-3PM (Phnom Penh time)! The session will bring in some of the most impressive journalists including of to discuss what makes media organizations resilient in 2020. Register
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DassaultSystèmes-ANZ May 26
Join ' 2020 Australia Executive Rendezvous virtual event tomorrow at 9:00am (Melbourne Time) to learn more about the new 3D technologies reshaping the construction industry in the post- world.
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USAID/SURGE Project May 26
Frequent & proper with soap is one of the most important measures to prevent the spread of . Let's do handwashing right. Follow the 20-second rule.
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