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A-PAD provides emergency assistance to Communities affected by Typhoon Nina (Nock-Ten) in Bicol, Philippines

A-PAD provides emergency assistance to Communities affected by Typhoon Nina (Nock-Ten) in Bicol, Philippines

A-PAD provides emergency assistance to Communities affected by Typhoon Nina (Nock-Ten) in Bicol, Philippines

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Asia-Pacific Alliance for Disaster Mangement and the Government of Japan, through its platform in the Philippines, distributes prepositioned non-food items (plastic sheets, blankets & sleeping mats, hygiene kits) to communities affected by Typhoon Nina (Nock-ten) in  Albay, Bicol, Philippines. It has reached 848 most affected and least served families in Catanduanes, Camarines Sur and Albay.

Rising above Nina as Tabang Bikol extends hands to typhoon-stricken communities
By: Ana-Liza S. Macatangay

NAGA CITY, Jan. 9 (PIA) — Typhoon Nina’s wrath, almost 15 days after it engulfed the Camarines towns in a blanket of darkness has partially succeeded in crippling most of the constituents here – well, partly in terms of electricity and the comfort it brings.

But Bicolanos will not be tagged as resilient beings if they cannot survive this void of dimness every time the sun sets and nestles itself on the horizon. They will always find time to seek for what will make them smile and happy in spite of the discomfort that Nock-ten brought upon them.

Margie San Juan, a mother of 5 and a resident of Zone 2, Minalabac, Camarines Sur can still pull a smile on her face as she welcome the group of Tabang Bicol upon their arrival at the barangay hall to distribute tarpaulin, blanket and plastic mats to the affected families. Margie’s house was among those completely destroyed by typhoon Nina on Christmas day.

“Nagpapasalamt kami saindo ta dakulang tabang ini samo ta raraot su harong mi, enterong gamit mi basa. Ngonian, salamat po ta may iaatop muna kami ngonian,” Margie said in vernacular.

(We want to extend our gratitude to all of you for the big help you have extended to us – our house was totally destroyed, our things were all soaked in water. Now, we can put something as our roof.”)

Another Tabang Bicol’s beneficiary is Maricris Lazaro who is pregnant with her second child. When her house was totally washed out by the ferocious winds on the height of TY Nina, she was forced to transfer to the house of her in-laws.

Talk about flexibility and Nanay Eden Belano will surely “fit to a T”. Before the arrival of Tabang Bicol team, she was nestled in a makeshift tent covered with tarpaulin and bamboo together with her 2 children, a 4 year old granddaughter and a dog. She said that the extreme flood brought them on the street.

TABANG Bicol is composed of A-PAD PH Metro Naga with MNCCI, Tarabang para sa Bicol, Inc., Central Bicol State University of Agriculture, Metro Naga Development Council, Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas – Camarines Sur, Philippine Information Agency – Camarines Sur, Mariners Polytechnic Colleges, and Naga City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office.

More relief operations are slated in the upcoming weeks while TABANG Bicol continues to knock on every heart to share what they have to our brothers whose houses were destroyed by Nina. They will continue to assist the affected communities until they are up and ready to flip another chapter of their “I survive” story. (LSMacatangay, with Jam Madrid-PIA5/Camarines Sur)

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