The Kalinga para sa Kalusugan ng Komunidad or Project K3 is an initiative of PDRF and New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Aid Programme that aims to strengthen the health care capacities of local government units, health care institutions, and local communities, across the country to address COVID-19 immediate and future needs.

ACTIVITIES OF THE MONTH

HEALTH CARE INSTITUTES

Build your capacity through training and PPP (Policy, Plan, Program) updating.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS

Learn how to make your policies, programs, plans more pandemic responsive!

COVID-19 ICT Courses (DREAM Team)

Take free training courses and help flatten the curve!

Public Service Continuity Planning Mentoring Program

Prepare communities for future disruptions!

RESOURES

PROJECT OUTCOMES

TRAIN HCWs

1000
health system stakeholders trained across the Philippines

EQUIP RESPONDERS

0
Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) distributed

SUPPORT COMMS

0
Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) materials published

Be a K3 resilience champion with us today!

ABOUT THE PROJECT

PARTNERS

BEHIND THE TEAM

K3 Partner Briefing

FAQs

Yes, all the activities under Project K3 is free and available for your participation.

Sorry to hear that! Please send a message to iadapt@pdrf.org.ph

The Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation (PDRF), established in 2009, continues to be the private sector’s vehicle for disaster risk reduction and management. Composed of more than 80 corporate members from different industries, PDRF works with the country’s largest businesses, local and international partner organizations, as well as micro and small and medium-sized enterprises in promoting the culture of resilience-building. More information at: https://www.pdrf.org/

NZAID – New Zealand Aid Programme delivers New Zealand’s official support for developing countries. 

The purpose of New Zealand’s aid is to develop shared prosperity and stability in the Pacific and beyond, drawing on the best of New Zealand’s knowledge and skills. We support sustainable development in developing countries to reduce poverty and contribute to a more secure, equitable and prosperous world. 

MFAT staff in Wellington and at posts are responsible for managing the New Zealand Aid Programme, working with a wide range of partners.

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