Farmers in the Philippines face climate changeListen /
Agusan del Norte, a province in the southern part of the Philippines, is one of the leading rice producers in the country.
The majority of the people in this region rely heavily on farming and fishing for their livelihoods and congenial weather patterns are very important for their livelihoods.
But in recent years, alternating periods of drought and heavy rains have become a serious threat to the survival of the population in Agusan del Norte.
To protect the farmers from the effects of climate change and insure those most at risk, the International Labour Organization (ILO) has implemented a project that monitors severe weather patterns.
Beng Poblete Enriquez reports
Adapted from an ILO video product