Yesterday, I started my day with some taho before boarding the MRT.
I reached the ADB in less than thirty minutes! I must say that the MRT is improving.
I represented my blog at a roundable discussion entitled Climate Change: Justice for All?.
It was a huge honor to be invited once again by the ADB.
I learned that agribusiness, renewable energy, and ecotourism are some gender-sensitive examples of climate change adaptation
It is also important to note post-disaster and pre-disaster operations in order to know the areas for improvement in vulnerable areas.
It is also essential to instill empowerment among ALL individuals to reduce vulnerability and to better manage disaster risk.
I was delighted to have the famous ADB crinkles again for snack.
I got to do some work at the library.
I knitted while listening to some podcasts.
And I had burger steak from Trattoria Gourmet’s at the ADB Cafeteria, which is managed by the same staff at its original Shangri-la Mall restaurant back in the nineties.
I dropped by St. Clare Monastery after finishing my work as I was thankful to be given the chance to spend a day at ADB and join in the round table on climate change.
It is still my dream to work at ADB! I am claiming it, and certainly praying for it.