Philippines

PSC to send aid to athletes badly-hit by Typhoon Ulysses

PSC PRESS RELEASE PSC to send aid to athletes badly-hit by Typhoon Ulysses The Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) is preparing the release of financial assistance to members of the national team badly-hit by succeeding typhoons. PSC coordinated with national sports associations (NSAs) to get to know who has been adversely affected. The sports agency received … Continue reading

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Typhoon-hit Bicol schools maximize radio-based education

Typhoon-hit Bicol schools maximize radio-based education   MANILA (Philippines News Agency) – Schools in the typhoon-hit Bicol Region took advantage of radio-based instruction (RBI) as they move forward with the current school year, an official of the Department of Education in the region said Wednesday. “Napakaraming function nito (RBI) at utilization na pwedeng mapag-isipan, marami itong pwedeng ma-develop tulad ng partnership ng school at community. Mas … Continue reading

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Catanduanes thanks Red Cross’ vast support for typhoon victims

Catanduanes thanks Red Cross’ vast support for typhoon victims Philippine Red Cross’ M/V Amazing Grace (PRC photo) MANILA (Philippines News Agency)– Nearly a month after the onslaught of Super Typhoons Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses that severely affected around 15,000 families in Catanduanes, local officials have expressed profound gratitude for the Philippine Red Cross’ (PRC) numerous assistance hprovided … Continue reading

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Gordon thanks South Korea for P10-M aid for typhoon victims

Gordon thanks SoKor for P10-M aid for typhoon victims   SOKOR DONATION. Philippine Red Cross chairman and CEO, Senator Richard Gordon (right) receives a check for USD200,000 from outgoing South Korean Ambassador to the Philippines Han Dong Man during a dinner on Nov. 23, 2020. Gordon thanked the Korean government for nearly PHP10 million humanitarian … Continue reading

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PRC Amazing Grace ship arrives in typhoon-hit Catanduanes

PRC Amazing Grace ship arrives in typhoon-hit Catanduanes AMAZING GRACE. Philippine Red Cross’ M/V Amazing Grace sails for its first humanitarian mission in Catanduanes on Wednesday (Nov. 25, 2020). The PRC on Sunday (Nov. 29, 2020) said the ship has reached the province recently devastated by Super Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses. (Photo grabbed from PRC Twitter … Continue reading

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UN extends call for help to ‘Ulysses’-hit areas in N. Luzon

UN extends call for help to ‘Ulysses’-hit areas in N. Luzon   MANILA (Philippines News Agency) – Three weeks after launching its response to help address the immediate and early recovery needs of communities worst hit by Super Typhoon Rolly, the United Nations and its humanitarian partners on Friday released a revised Humanitarian Needs and Priorities … Continue reading

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DA allots P8.5-B to aid typhoon-hit farmers, fishers

DA allots P8.5-B to aid typhoon-hit farmers, fishers Agriculture Secretary William Dar. (File photo) MANILA (Philippines News Agency) – The Department of Agriculture (DA) has initially disbursed and distributed PHP8.5 billion worth of various interventions to enable farmers and fisherfolk to recover from the effects of the series of typhoons that hit Luzon in October and November. … Continue reading

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Red Cross ship sails to Catanduanes for relief mission

Red Cross ship sails to Catanduanes for relief mission By Marita Moaje   AID ON THE WAY. The Philippine Red Cross’ M/V PRC Amazing Grace sailed on Wednesday (Nov. 25, 2020) for its first humanitarian mission in Catanduanes. PRC chairman, Sen. Richard Gordon said the ship will deliver much-needed relief and assistance to typhoon-affected communities in the … Continue reading

Philippines / Sports

PSC to aid athletes, coaches hit hard by successive typhoons

PSC to aid athletes, coaches hit hard by successive typhoons MANILA (Philippines News Agency) – The Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) is preparing the release of financial assistance to members of the national team badly-hit by consecutive typhoons. The sports agency received reports that 57 athletes and coaches from nine sports were evacuated due to massive flooding … Continue reading

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Go credits low typhoon casualties to LGU preps, coordination

Go credits low typhoon casualties to LGU preps, coordination   LGUs LAUDED. Senator Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go during the distribution of assistance to typhoon victims in Rizal on Thursday (Nov. 19, 2020).  He commended local government officials in areas hit hard by the recent typhoons for their preparations and close coordination. (Contributed photo)  MANILA (Philippines News Agency) – … Continue reading