Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our initiative assisting those affected by Typhoon Tembin. We did a visit to the affected areas and found out that even until now, there are residents who have difficulty repairing their houses. Some of the houses have walls that are destroyed and rain or wind affects those living inside. In this regard, and with the help of local supporters and partners we are able to provide heavy-duty tarps that families can use in a temporary manner while they are looking for more durable materials. We also advised them to use palm fronds as additional repair materials with the palms growing in large numbers in their farms.
Hoping for your continuing generosity and support.
Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project helping those affected by Typhoon Tembin recover from the calamity. The recovery effort will take long especially for those who have very little assets. They will have a hard time recovering and the problem is that after the typhoon comes another tropical depression called Falcon that wrecked havoc to affected families. With gardening as an easy and sure solution to hunger and malnutrition, we focused our effort to continue promoting this strategy. Vegetables are easy to grow and some crops mature early. This reporting period, we are able to support 75 families in their gardening activities with seeds and small garden tools. Thanks also to a local donor who provided us with much-needed assistance.
Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project helping those affected by Typhoon Tembin. Hardest hit are villages located in Tubod municipality and until now recovery is very slow. The disaster have been bypassed by other most recent disasters and these are no longer in the news. We are local and we can stay for a very long time in order to assist those affected families.
This reporting period, we continue providing support in their vegetable gardening activities finding-out that this is one of the most effective way to help them. Aside from improving their health and nutrition, the surplus they can sell for additional profit. We are able to distribute 200 seed packets in this way during this quarter.
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