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Philippines' Best Practices in Civil-Military Humanitarian Coordination

Requested from AFP by Bryan Corpuz at 08:52 PM on Mar 20, 2018.
Purpose: Related Literature
Date of Coverage: 02/08/2017 - 02/09/2017
Tracking no: #AFP-525111746973

Bryan 08:52 PM, Mar 20, 2018

Hi!

I have read on the DFA website (https://www.dfa.gov.ph/phl-embassies-and-consulates-news/11711-philippines-highlights-military-role-in-disaster-response-at-global-humanitarian-week-in-geneva) that the Philippines' best practices in civil-military humanitarian coordination were presented.

My friend, along with her team, is planning to study the working relations of military and civilian disaster responders and this document will provide helpful insights on how the military coordinates (among others) with civilian actors.

Many thanks!
March 19, 2019

Dear Bryan,

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