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Resilient and Regenerative Ecosystems as safety nets in times of disruption

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Peasant farming community affected by Paeng

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Aerial view of Brgy. Mabua, Surigao
Aerial view of Brgy. Mabua, Surigao City© Greenpeace

How does it work?

During disasters

Map community Needs and Offers Provide data collection and sharing tools to partners and volunteers.

Match needs with available resources Make connections and start building local resilience.

Anticipate disruptions and focus on adaptation Resilient solutions for food systems, livelihood, and natural buffers.

Channel aid to reliable projects List peer to peer validated projects and provide options to donate directly.

Create communication circles based on trust Support new and existing relationships with secure communication tools.

Low-tech and offline data exchanges Use Matrix* SMS bridge, Kobo Toolbox, OSM offline maps and data mules.

In between emergency situations

Map regenerative initiatives Serve as database for regenerative initiatives within a local ecosystem.

Offer free resources and case studies Pass knowledge along between communities in various formats.

Create communities of practice Learn from each other by doing, while sharing past experiences.

Regenerating the Spirit of Bayanihan

Community Kitchens for displaced people
Community Kitchens for displaced people by Arts Relief Mobile Kitchen.

Prototyping in the Philippines, we draw from the spirit of Bayanihan, or nation building. Rooted from the words Bayan or nation and Bayani or hero/ine, Bayanihan is the Filipino social system of collaboration which has been predominantly applied during times of emergencies and crises.