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DSWD MiMaRoPa continues to deliver family food packs

Malate, Manila – As of this writing, three deliveries are on the way to the municipalities of Pinamalayan, Gloria and Pola, Oriental Mindoro with a total of 4,980 family food packs or 1,660 for each municipality.

Also, there will be an initial delivery set to be taken to the municipality of Victoria, Oriental Mindoro today with 178 family food packs to be served to 89 families.

There are still 35 evacuation centers open in the municipalities of Victoria (16), Naujan (8), Pinamalayan (5), Baco (2), Calapan (2), Socorro (1) and San Teodoro (1), all in the province of Oriental Mindoro.

In addition, there is an on-going repacking of relief goods in Odiongan, Romblon. 600 family food packs are set to be delivered in the municipality of Banton, while the 2,600 family food packs delivered yesterday were already picked-up by the local government unit of Corcuera.

DSWD MiMaRoPa continues its relief operations to the affected individuals and families due to the brunt of Typhoon Nona. ###

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G.I. Sheets and Malong delivered to Victims of Typhoon Nona in Romblon and Mindoro

Malate, Manila – As of 9:00 PM, December 28, a total of 42, 750 Galvanized Iron (G.I) Sheets have been delivered to (2,750 G.I. sheets) Oriental Mindoro and (40,000 G.I sheets) Romblon while 20,000 pieces of Malong are scheduled to be released to Pinamalayan and Naujan Oriental Mindoro by DSWD IV-MiMaRoPa in coordination with Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and Local Government Units (LGUs) of the said provinces.

The onslaught of Typhoon Nona left the region of MiMaRoPa with 120,998 affected families or 557,062 persons in 51 municipalities and more than 92,022 damaged housing units (61,508 partially damaged and 30,514 totally damaged).

Number of casualties now at 15 dead, 326 injured and 2 missing.

There is still on-going distribution of food packs in several parts of Oriental Mindoro and in Romblon, Romblon.

As of this writing, a total of 18,374 food packs were served in the provinces of Mindoro, Romblon and Marinduque amounting to Php11,935,289.86 cost assistance from the Department.

Quick Response Team of DSWD IV-MiMaRoPa is still in the process of validating or identifying the affected areas and the number of affected families in Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro as some of their barangays are reported to be washed-out###


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P15M assistance releases for Nona-affected in MiMaRoPa

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DSWD MiMaRoPa staff deliver family food packs to the municipality of Concepcion Romblon.

MALATE, Manila- As of 3PM today,  a total  of  P15 million has been provided to Typhoon Nona affected families from the combined resources of  Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) with Php6 million,   Local Government Units (LGUs) with Php9 million  and  Non-Government Organization with P162,000 in MiMaRoPa region.

DSWD continue the distribution of family food packs and hygiene kits to typhoon survivors.

Meanwhile, 29,991 totally damaged houses and 59,417 partially damaged houses were reported regionwide where more than 487 families are still in  50 evacuation centers particularly in the province of Oriental Mindoro. ###


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Evacuation centers still open for Nona-affected families in Oriental Mindoro

MALATE, Manila– (Update of 11/20/15, 9:00 PM) There are still 88 evacuation centers managed by the Local Government Units remain open to date providing temporary shelter to 18,333 families or 236,297 individuals in Oriental Mindoro.

Seven centers in Calapan City, ten in Socorro, 12 in Baco, 29 in Pinamalayan, and 30 in Naujan.

As of December 20, around P9, 222,621.78 worth of food packs  have been provided to affected families in Oriental and Occidental Mindoro, Romblon and Marinduque provinces.

DSWD ensures the delivery of said food packs to the rightful recipients.

Meanwhile, validation of damaged houses in areas affected by Typhoon Nona are still ongoing.

The total number of damaged housing units increases from 53,000 to 75,8881 units; 31,321 totally damaged and 44,460 partially damaged houses. Pinamalayan and Naujan municipalities recorded the most destroyed housing units in the province.###

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Be a Volunteer

Be a VolunteerThe Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MiMaRoPa is looking for volunteers to help with its relief operations for the victims of Typhoon Nona in Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon provinces

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Typhoon Nona initial damage assessment reveals more than 53,000 housing units destroyed in MiMaRoPa

MALATE, Manila-  (Update as of 11/20/15, 9:00 AM) The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) MiMaRoPa through its Municipal Action Team (MAT) continue to conduct assessment of more than 53,000 totally and partially damaged housing units in the municipalities that were hit by Typhoon Nona.

There are 23,750 houses reported as totally damaged while 29,884 houses are partially damaged regionwide.

The ongoing validation of affected areas in Oriental, Occidental Mindoro, Marinduque and Romblon provinces is spearheaded by the DSWD field staff in coordination with the local government units.

As of this writing, Typhoon Nona kills 15 persons, 358 injured and 1 missing.

A total of Php8,925,693.58 food assistance coming from the national and local governments and Non- Government Organizations, are packed/delivered and subject for distribution to affected families.

On the other hand, DSWD calls public to volunteer for the repacking of family food packs for the quick delivery and distribution of goods  to affected families in the region.

Interested volunteers may visit the DSWD regional office at 1680 Benitez corner Malvar St., Malate Manila. ###

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