|Aside from feeding hot meals to those affected, the Philippine Red Cross – National Headquarters and chapters are continuously monitoring and assessing the situation 24/7. They are accepting donations to immediately address the needs in the evacuation centers and in affected areas and help them rebuild these communities and enable them to get back on their feet.|
AY Foundation is helping in the relief operations for the victims of Typhoon Ulysses in Cainta Rizal (1,000 families), Rodriguez Rizal (400 families) and Cagayan (3,000 families) by distributing food and hygiene packs. AY Foundation is also coordinating with local government units (LGUs) in rehabilitation projects for the victims of Typhoon Rolly.
Gawad Kalinga is currently sending immediate assistance in the form of family relief packs and assessing the damage on shelter and livelihood to develop a proper recovery plan for those that lost their houses and source of income. For affected areas in NCR, GK have activated their community kitchens in Marikina, Bulacan, Taguig, Caloocan, Quezon City, Rizal, and Sta. Rosa, to feed the children until the parents have cleaned up their homes and re-established themselves from the onslaught of the floods.
|Coinciding with World’s Children Month this November, SOS Children’s Villages will be helping children and their families displaced affected by the typhoon in Cagayan Valley, CALABARZON and Bicol. SOS will be distributing food packs, hygiene kits and assistance in repairing the damaged homes of affected families.|
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