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6th Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan Update

Medical Mission to Isabella, Leyte

Just before Christmas we were able to pull off one of the biggest deliveries of goods in an 18 ton truck, the support of the different women’s groups in the Country, the Union Church and private donations meant that we were able to send a truck with not just goods, but also meds for our largest medical mission. Below is personal account of the team and written by Kitty Martinho one of the volunteers. The journey to Leyte was not easy but the complete satisfaction of a job well done was apparent in all who went.

As the work continues for the rebuild of the area’s most affected we can begin to see lives that are changed again for the better and families getting back on their feet to take care of themselves and their closest friends.

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Disaster Response to Typhoon Maring

                                                                                                           September 4, 2013

 Disaster Response to Typhoon Maring

Mawe appeal to you frhelp in bringing relietthe many people who have lost so much but are still living iflooded anmuddy areas?

 

46,27families suffered severe losses caused by thefloods during typhoon MaringSarah McLeod of Springboard Foundation visited Montalban, Rizal, nortoMetro Manila and saw that manfamilies were livingin homes flooded, and surrounded by muddy streets.


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Photo taken by Inquirer

 

Tropical storm Maring”and the southwest monsoon resulted in heavrainfall and widspread flooding for many dayin 663 areas under 92 municipalities and cities ithe Philippines.  Springboard Foundation donated 1,500 bagof relief goodtthe Asian StudenChristian Foundationfor thefamilies affected iMonatlaban,Rizal and Payatas.



Distribution of relief goods in Montalban


 

Distribution of relief goods in Payatas

 

Springboarjoined private NGOwho conducted a medical mission in MonatalbanRizalwhere 500 patientwere served. Oulontime volunteeCaroline Cliff organized thiswonderful mission and we are thankful for her hard work and for the help of the many doctors, nurses and volunteerwho came and lent a helping hand.



 

Many expavolunteers also helped us packa nd distributrelief goods. We are alwaygrateful to have so many peoplready to volunteetheir time and effortsWwouldn’t have been ablto do so much without their support.



 

Wstill need to help the people in Laguna. Thiarea hasb een declared a calamityarea” anremains floodetthis day.

 

Pleasjoin us in bringing relief by donating in cash or in kind.

 

In kinand casdonations can bdroppeoff a15 Melbourne St. Merville, Paranaque ocall us tarrange for pick-ups. Call 8215440/ 343 3309/0922839641look for Annette or Gina

 

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Please scaand email thdeposit or transfer slips toThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ">info@springboard-foundation.org so that wecan senyoan official receipt.

 

 

REPORT UPDATE: As of August 24, 2013

National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC)\


Number of areas affected

   663 Areaunder 92 municipalitieand citieare affected

 

 

UPDATE ON CASUALTIESAFFECTED POPULATIONS AND DAMAGES: Casualties

§    Dead21

§    Missing –4

§    Injured –41

§    Evacuees–206,232

 

                         Number of Evacuation Centers

 

 

§          Evacuatiocenters-675

§          Seeking shelter withfriends & relatives-400,762


Number of Affected Population

 

§    46,276 families

§    206,232 individuals

 

                  Damages

 

         §    Infrastructure anagriculture PHP97,300,000.00


 

                  Issues & Concern


                          §    Some evacuatiocenters are more like a reliedistributiocenters

§    Somaffected families show-up only during reliedistribution

§    Unrealistic number ofamilies supposedly inside evacuatiocenters

§    Very chaotic relief distribution, some families mabmarginalized(single mothers,families with small childrenpeople with disabilities, unaccompanied senior citizens)

  


                   Needs of Community

 

          oFood

          oEducational supplies anuniforof children(since most otheir belongings were flooded)

          oSafdrinking water

          oMedicinesfor common illnesses and for leptospirosis, colds, coughsfever & allergies

          oVitaminfochildren

          oUnder garments especially for women

          oCooking wares

          oPails

          oMats

          oDipper

          oLaundry soap

          oBlankets

          oSack bag(for storing theclothes)

          oHygienekit


 

Plan of Action with other NGO organization and volunteers(August- September)

 

1.  Facilitate relief operations to 1,50affected families(7,500persons)

oFirst batch of donations arrived last August 24

oStart of distributiowas August24,2013

oMedical mission served 50patients

6th Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan Update

Medical Mission to Isabella, Leyte

Just before Christmas we were able to pull off one of the biggest deliveries of goods in an 18 ton truck, the support of the different women’s groups in the Country, the Union Church and private donations meant that we were able to send a truck with not just goods, but also meds for our largest medical mission. Below is personal account of the team and written by Kitty Martinho one of the volunteers. The journey to Leyte was not easy but the complete satisfaction of a job well done was apparent in all who went.

As the work continues for the rebuild of the area’s most affected we can begin to see lives that are changed again for the better and families getting back on their feet to take care of themselves and their closest friends.

Read more...