Postcards for floods resilience in the Philippines

Since 2018, the Philippine Red Cross, as part of the Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance, has worked to increase flood resilience in vulnerable communities in rural and urban contexts of the Philippines.

In order to increase visibility and awareness of the Flood Resilience Alliance in the Philippines, the Philippine Red Cross developed a series of postcards with images from the community work and flood-affected communities. With quotes from the Secretary General and Chairman and CEO of the Philippine Red Cross and links to more information about the project, the postcard invites people to write a message to a neighbor or family member with a suggestion on how to prepare for flooding.

FRA Day Postcards

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