Find out why over 3,000 victims of Typhoon Pablo barricaded the DSWD (Department of Social Welfare and Development) office in Davao City. Kuya Caloy and Ate Suyin interviewed some of the typhoon-affected families, and asked the reason behind their protest. Makinig. Makialam. Maging handa! Download the MP3 on PodOmatic
More than a month after Typhoon Pablo/Bopha ravaged Mindanao, the people are still struggling to get back on their feet. Pablo, the 16th storm to enter the Philippines in 2012, made landfall on the eastern coast of Mindanao on December 4th. It brought rain and strong winds that toppled trees and power lines, destroyed houses [...]
CDRC and MISFI, through the support of Mercy Relief, distributed relief goods in Ngan, Compostela, Compostela Valley for the families affected by Typhoo Pablo.
With MISFI, JAPAN PLATFORM, CIVIC FORCE and PEACE WINDS JAPAN. A total of 1,200 beneficiaries from Barangays of Poblacion, Mahanub, Baculin, San Isidro, Upper Mikit, San Victor, Lambajon, Binondo, Kinablangan, Campawan, Batawan & Salingcomot received relief goods.
Roger Aumada, a teacher in an Indigenous People’s School in Sitio Mantapay, Brgy. Binondo, Baganga, Davao Oriental, could have easily been one of the casualties of Typhoon Pablo/Bopha. At the height of the typhoon, at around 3 a.m. of December 6th, Roger heard cries for help from his neighbors. He immediately went out to [...]
CDRC and MISFI, through Mercy Relief Singapore, distributed relief goods in Brgy. Poblacion, New Bataan, Compostela Valley for the families affected by Typhoon Pablo (Bopha).
CDRC and MISFI, through the support of Mercy Relief Singapore, distributed much-needed relief goods in Brgy. Osmena, Compostela, Compostela Valley last December 8, 2012. Compostela was one of the towns severely affected by Typhoon Pablo (Bopha).
CDRC’s Regional Center, Mindanao Interfaith Services Foundation, Inc. (MISFI), together with the donor Mercy Relief Singapore, turned over 1 unit of Pedal Pure and 100 units of Jerry Cans to Gov. Chiognkee Uy of Compostella Valley Province. These donations will help provide clean drinking water to Typhoon Pablo-devastated communities.
The Citizens’ Disaster Response Center, through the support of its partners and Regional Centers, is providing relief assistance to Typhoon Pablo-affected areas in Mindanao. Pablo is the 16th storm to ravage the Philippines this year, bringing rain and strong winds that affected more than 5 million people. CDRC’s relief delivery operations are concentrated in Compostela Valley, [...]
One of the hardest-hit provinces in Southern Philippines by Typhoon Pablo (Bopha) was Compostela Valley. Houses and crops were destroyed by strong winds and floods. MISFI, CDRC’s Regional Center in the area, immediately conducted a Damage, Needs and Capacities Assessment after the storm. The affected families are in need of food, water and medicine.