See how IDEP Foundation enhances a community’s resilience to disasters through arts and training. The Foundation aims to bridge the gap between the community and the government hence encouraging community participation in tackling social issues. In disaster preparedness, community members mostly have the knowledge on how to address this. Organizations and the government only help them innovate and enhance their tools and strategies, such as the use of an indigenous tool kulkul, a bamboo instrument, to communicate warning signals to community members during disaster events.
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