Yolanda (Haiyan) Relief and Rehabilitation Efforts

by De La Salle University
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Summary

The project will specifically target yolanda/haiyan affected sites in the Visayas. It will continue distribution of relief items to local residents, provide psycho-social first aid training to locally based counsellors and teachers and rehabilitate selected schools.
$52,640
total raised
12
donors
0
monthly donors
3
years active

Challenge

13 million people have been affected by yolanda/haiyan in the philippines. of those, 4.9 million are children. list of their problems include the following: limited supply of relief goods and medicines; trauma; and facilities to continue their learning;

Solution

The project aims to continue to provide relief items and medicines to survivors, especially the children affected by Yolanda/Haiyan in the Visayas; train local counsellors and teachers on psycho-social first aid; and rehabilitate selected school facilities;

Long-Term Impact

Long term impact includes: promote disaster resiliency among the local residents by continuing the provision of relief for those affected, provide capacity building for local counsellors and teachers on psycho-social first aid and to continue the education of the children using their newly refurbished school facilities

Organization Information

De La Salle University

Location: Manila, NCR - Philippines
Project Leader:
Lourdes Melegrito
Director, Center for Social Concern and Action
Manila, NCR Philippines

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
   

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