Typhoon Vinta Food, Water and Sanitation Project

by Asset-Based Community Development with Equity Foundation


We will provide vegetable gardening kits comprising seeds, organic fertilizer and low-cost toilets to 750 hardest-hit survivors in the municipalities of Siocon, Gutalac, Salug and Labason in Zamboanga del Norte and targeting communities in the coastal areas. We will also provide 15 rainwater harvesters in community centers where water is scarce with the systems destroyed by the typhoon.

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Typhoon Vinta destroyed countless homes and livelihoods of thousands of residents in Lanao del Norte and Zamboanga Peninsula. The immediate need is food, providing long-term food security by vegetable gardening and installing rainwater harvesters in areas where the water systems have been destroyed. We will focus on communities near our area of operation and which is also badly affected and these are the municipalities of Siocon, Gutalac, Salug and Labason.


We will provide immediate food supply, vegetable gardening kits and install and repair toilets to badly affected households. We will also install giant rainwater harvesters in targeted barrios so that the communities will have access to clean water for drinking and hygiene.

Long-Term Impact

Full recovery of those badly affected by Typhoon Vinta in 4 severely-affected communities in Zamboanga del Norte.

Organization Information

Asset-Based Community Development with Equity Foundation

Location: Dipolog City - Philippines
Project Leader:
Cesario Sayre
Dipolog City, Philippines
$10 raised of $50,000 goal
1 donations
$49,990 to go
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