Japan donates P4-M worth of geo-hazard mapping equipment

Japan donates P4-M worth of geo-hazard mapping equipment

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5 April 2006: Japan has turned over P4-million worth of equipment for geo-hazard mapping on April 4 to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). The equipment is expected to boost the department’s six-year geo-hazard assessment program that will create a map identifying the disaster-prone areas in the country, particularly those places where flood and landslides would most likely occur.