Philippines: Humanitarian Response to Multiple Disasters in the Philippines – PHL 201

17th February 2020

Multiple disasters hit the Philippines in the past 4 months affecting about 5.8 million people across eight out of its 17 administrative regions. The consecutive disasters since October 2019 has overwhelmed the capacity of the government to support the affected population. From the typhoon and volcanic eruption in Luzon, followed by the strong typhoon in Visayas, and the series of earthquakes in Mindanao, the affected population had struggled to meet their basic needs such as food, restore their lost assets and much more, recover from the devastating impact of these disasters. The poorest households from marginalized and vulnerable sectors bear the heaviest brunt of these disasters.

ACT Alliance members’ National Council of Churches in the Philippines (NCCP) and World Renew (WR) will give assistance those most in need addressing food, WASH, shelter, and livelihood with an appeal budget of USD2,002,853 for one year.

PHL 201 Multiple Disasters in the Philippines Appeal

 

 


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