Official Websites

  1. UP NOAH - Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards
  2. [Facebook] UP NOAH
  3. [Github] UPRI-NOAH/noah-frontend


The Philippines is a hotbed of disasters.

Located along the typhoon belt in the Pacific, our country experiences an average of 20 typhoons every year. Being situated in the “Pacific Ring of Fire” makes our country vulnerable to frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. We experience some of the most devastating of typhoons ever recorded (Typhoons Yolanda/Haiyan, Pablo/Bopha, among others) claiming thousands of lives at their wake.

Project NOAH is a response to the late Philippine President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino's call for a scientific and data-driven efforts to monitor and assess potential natural hazards even before they happen. It was launched in 2012 and it has since then been a significant step forward in improving the country's disaster risk reduction and management capabilities.

In 2021, we revamped the UP NOAH interface and modernized the tools used in evaluating the hazards in an individual's area.

Featured in:

  1. [PhilStar] UP NOAH finally launches new website with hazard assessments of Philippine areas
  2. [Rappler] How does Project NOAH contribute to PH’s disaster management?
  3. [Good News Pilipinas] How UP NOAH helps build Filipino resilience against disaster

My Role

In this project, I redesigned the overall user interface and user experience and I led the development of the website revamp.

I've also had the honor to present the Revamped UP NOAH website during its launch last 04 October 2021:

And I've also had the honor of presenting it at Pista ng Mapa 2021: