Read the stories of the survivors of super typhoon Yolanda. A copy of the book is available online.
Families are currently being transferred from transitional shelters to permanent housing sites. It is expected that by December 2016, 92,544 permanent housing units will be completed.
Farm equipment, projects, and livestock, among others, were turned over to local government and farmers to help bolster the region’s agriculture sector.
The Department of Energy (DOE): Competitive Selection Process (CSP) fosters transparency, enhances security of supply, and ensures stability of electricity prices to captive electricity end-users in the long-term.
Signed on November 15, 2015: Modifying the rates of duty on certain agricultural products under Executive Order No. 851 (s. 2009) in order to implement the Philippines’ Asean-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area (AANZFTA) tariff commitments relating to the World Trade Organization (WTO) decision on waiver relating to special treatment for rice of the philippines
Inflation clocked in at 0.4 percent in October 2015, due to stable consumer prices in food and the continuous downward price movements in power and fuel.
Statement: Economic Planning Secretary Balisacan at the Yolanda Rehabilitation and Recovery Joint Press Briefing
Secretary Balisacan: Two years after typhoon Yolanda … we are witnesses to the optimism and vibrance of communities that are rebuilding their lives.
Signed on November 5, 2015: Modifying The Most-Favoured-Nation (MFN) Rates Of Duty On Certain Agricultural Products Under The Tariff And Customs Code Of The Philippines (TCCP), As Amended, In Order To Implement The Philippine Tariff Commitments Under The World Trade Organization Decision On Waiver Relating To Special Treatment For Rice Of The Philippines