Corporate Network for Disaster Response (CNDR)

The Corporate Network for Disaster Response (CNDR) is a network of business groups, associations, corporations and corporate foundations whose objective is to build the capacities of the business sector and Filipino communities to effectively prepare for and deal with disasters in order to minimize business and community losses. In addition to coordinating private sector support for disaster relief and recovery activities in response to specific disaster events, the CNDR also focuses on building capacities of its members to come up and implement their business continuity plans.

CNDR overview
http://cndr.org.ph/

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