ADRA Philippines takes a comprehensive approach to emergency management:

  1. By working with communities to prepare for and mitigate the impact of disasters through a Disaster Risk Reduction program as part of its ongoing development initiatives
  2. By partnering with local groups to provide immediate assistance when an emergency hits;
  3. By working with the affected people to help them recover after the crisis has passed through early recovery interventions.  

We place great importance on building local capacity and long-term resilience to external shocks. We are committed to meeting international standards of quality, accountability and community participation.

A National Emergency Management Plan facilitates an immediate response to a range of emergencies with funding from ADRA International, the ADRA Asia Regional Office and local church partner.



Despite the pandemic, Mountain View College (MVC), in coordination with Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), visited Sitio Kilangi Elementary School, Lurugan, Valencia City, Bukidnon

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Rebuilding My Home

Arthur Booc is a 67 year old man who lives in Sitio Talisay, Canomay Claveria, Masbate Philippines. He is a Secretary of Senior Citizens in

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Concert for the Motherland Last Sept 5, 2020, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) held the very first concert of the Stronger Together: The Concert Series, an

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God Will Provide

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Women of Change

Indigenous women of Brgy. Virac, Itogon, turned challenges into inspiration to make their organizations more visible and active in participating in environmental sustainability economic empowerment

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