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Balay Mindanaw Earthquake Response Nov 8, 2019

While we intend to follow the same approach in our work in North Cotabato, we can only do so if we are assured of sufficient funds. For now, we still do not have the necessary funds to do this. So we have adjusted our interventions and decided to focus on doing PSS and distributing SjyHydrant safe drinking water in jerry cans, some tents, mosquito nets, school kits and other goods that we still have to the communities identified by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI) and the Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation (NDBC).

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TS Seniang Monitoring – Consolidated Update No. 1 29 DECEMBER 2014 | 7PM General Situation     Seniang started as a Low Pressure Area in the Pacific Ocean. Despite predictions that it was not likely to intensify into a storm, the LPA steadily gained windspeed and became a Tropical Depression […]

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Agaton ER No. 6

As Cagayan de Oro City has almost normalized after the Tropical-Storm-turned-Low-Pressure-Area, Agaton, Balay Mindanaw DREAM Team is now focusing its relief efforts on Gingoog City, which in previous updates you may have read has been affected by landslides and floods. The Team in Gingoog City has been working hard in […]

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Agaton ER No. 3

Today, we are continuing relief operations despite slowly subsiding of floods and water levels and decreased rainfall in areas we are monitoring. Considering that weather forecasts from multiple sources (including DOST PAG-ASA, Weather Underground and Weather.com.ph) still predict light to heavy rains in many areas of Mindanao for today, we […]

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