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HUMANITARIAN PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE PROGRAM

This program contributes to building the capacities of frontliners and communities in emergency preparedness and humanitarian response. It utilizes the core humanitarian standards in measuring its conduct of implementation and in evaluation. The program likewise advocates for the localization of humanitarian aid and response and the promotion of ethical partnerships in humanitarian action.

March 15, 2018

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 id...

February 15, 2018

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ALBAY - Brgy. Matnog, Daraga located within the 6-kilometer Permanent Danger Zone (PDZ) of Mayon Volcano belongs to those primarily affected by the recent volcanic eruption. Residents evacuated to the resettlement area in Brgy. Anislag, Daraga, Albay. They are advised to stay in the evacuation area until April 2018. 

Photos below were taken during the Damage, Needs, and Capa...

August 23, 2017

After almost three months of war in the City of Marawi, destruction not only on the infrastructures and resources of the city but also on the lives of the people residing there was felt. It resulted to the displacement of thousands of individuals, families, and children to nearby provinces. Some families even reached Metro Manila to stay away from the crisis and try living their lives normally. 


With the support of American Je...

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