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CDP focuses on mental health for children in Mayon response

It has been a month since Mayon Volcano has continued to spew ashes and spill lava leaving 75,000 residents in fear of their protection as they seek shelter in the evacuation camps. On the 9th of February, 550 at-risk families were identified through a community consultation at Barangay Matnog relocation site. They were in desperate need of kulambo or mosquito nets. Psychosocial first aid and hot meals distribution were also identified as necessity to 250 school children who are using relocation houses as their temporary learning spaces. With the strong collaboration of the barangay and the local humanitarian response organizations, TABI and Bikol Movement for Disaster Response (BMDR), the C

 

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