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Typhoon Glenda leaves more than 800,000 people affected Typhoon Glenda leaves more than 800,000 people affected

Last July 16, 2014, Typhoon Rammasun (Glenda), the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines... 

Super Typhoon Yolanda slams central Philippines Super Typhoon Yolanda slams central Philippines

Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), one of the most powerful typhoons on record, ripped through... 

Number of earthquake casualties now 171 Number of earthquake casualties now 171

The number of people killed due to a 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck Central... 

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CDRC is now accepting entries to 2014 ABKD poster making contest CDRC is now accepting entries to 2014 ABKD poster making contest

2014 ABKD Poster The Citizens’ Disaster Response Center (CDRC) is once again staging... 

CDRC is now accepting entries to 2013 ABKD poster making contest CDRC is now accepting entries to 2013 ABKD poster making contest

The Citizens’ Disaster Response Center (CDRC) is once again staging its annual... 

Citizens’ Disaster Response Network vows to step-up CCA efforts in DRR Citizens’ Disaster Response Network vows to step-up CCA efforts in DRR

The members of the 17-strong Citizens’ Disaster Response Network (CDRN), vowed... 

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Music Video: Bangon Pilipino Music Video: Bangon Pilipino

Four months after Yolanda, devastated communities still need our help. They still need food, water, and help in rebuilding their homes and reviving their livelihood. They need our continued support. Video and Music by Karl Ramirez

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Video: Empowering Yolanda Devastated Communities Video: Empowering Yolanda Devastated Communities

Last November 2013, Typhoon Yolanda resulted in widespread destruction in the Philippines, particularly in Samar and Leyte, where thousands of people were killed. Months after the landfall of Yolanda, people affected are still left in despair with their source of livelihood damaged and their houses gone. Continued support is still needed to help them fully [...]

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Photo Gallery: Relief distributions for Yolanda Photo Gallery: Relief distributions for Yolanda

CDRC, together with its Regional Centers (PCDR, LCDE, STPRC, and CPRS), conducted relief distributions in Negros Oriental, Capiz, Mindoro Oriental, Mindoro Occidental, Samar, and Eastern Samar from December 2013 to January 2014 to serve the Typhoon Yolanda-affected families. This was supported by Diakonie Katasrophenhilfe and the German Government. A total of 6,300 families were served [...]

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