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NACSEARelief ramped up its relief efforts to rebuild homes in the Visayas

According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, around 432,199 homes were totally damaged while 1,462,899 were partially…

Helping fisherfolks restart for recovery

Fishing boats and gears were damaged or lost – leaving fishing communities with little to no livelihood or food sources…

Annual Report 2021 reviewed and approved

The board of trustees approved the annual report and financial statement in its online meeting, Friday 25th March 2022.  …

From destruction to new productivity

The carpentry workshop of the Divinagracia family in Bohol was totally destroyed by Odette.  NACSEARelief with the help of their…

Roofing for residents in Jimalalud

Odette relief work not finished yet. Just another distribution job done this time we reach Jimalalod (Negros Oriental) supported by…

It is not over yet – situation in Cebu South

Villagers of Southern Cebu bore the brunt of Typhoon Odette “Rai”   Relief work is organized in an office. Perfect…

OLANGO VILLAGERS STRUGGLE AFTER TYPHOON ODETTE “RAI”

Our Mabelle Bagtas is in the field and reports:   The damage was devastating on Olango Island, just off the…

Odette Relief continues in Surigao

We have meanwhile realized there is no end in sight to this calamity. Many people are just feeling left out….

Thank you NACSEARelief!

A thankful smile and a short message of appreciation from someone who received a food pack from NACSEARelief.   Source…

Despite Covid and Odette looking forward

Travelling in Typhoon destructed areas can make a bit depressed. However there are good news as well, which cheer us…

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