Saturday, October 31, 2009

5 Typhoons Devastates 1 Country

It’s been a month since Typhoon “Ketsana” (Ondoy) Hit Philippines. No one thought that this typhoon would bring such damage to the Philippines; Metro Manila was placed under state of calamity due to flood in several areas that never happened in 40 years time and huge amount of death tolls. After Ketsana, here comes Typhoon “Parma” (Pepeng) that hit the Northern part of Luzon. It stayed for several days in the Northern Philippines, which also cause floods and several death tolls. Philippines had not yet recover from the damages brought by the past two typhoons, and here come another threat Typhoon “Melor” (Quedan), which we thank the Lord it didn’t hit the Philippines. The same goes with Typhoon “Lupit” (Ramil).Yet another Typhoon Hits the Philippines which the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Service Administration (PAGASA) declare Metro Manila under Signal Number 3 due to the strong winds brought by Typhoon “Mirinae” (Santi).
I’ve been busy helping out with the repacking and distribution of relief good organized by the Filipino-Chinese Fire Rescue Volunteers in cooperation with Philippine Institute of Quezon City (PIQC), Philippine Institute of Quezon City Alumni Association (PIQCAA) and Philippine Chi Liam Tong Foundation.

Here are some photos where we had distributed the relief goods.

Repacking of Relief Goods
Location: PIQC
Distribution of Relief Goods

A. Brgy. Palatiw Pasig City(500 Families were Given) 10/4/09B. Brgy. 181 Caloocan City (500 families) 10/4/09
C. Brgy. Tatalon Quezon City (600 Families) 10/11/09
D. Pateros (500 Families) 10/11/09
E. Mandaluyong (500 Families) 10/11/09
F. Brgy. Gulod Novaliches Quezon City (1800 families)10/18/09
G. Brgy. San Juan Taytay Rizal (2500 families) 10/25/09
H. Tarlac (2200 families) 10/31/09

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