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Agap Rotarian Relief Operations
After Typhoon Maring flooded communities and damaged properties in the province, RC Narvacan responded without second thoughts, quickly conducted relief operations I. Narvacan and Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur. Rotarians of the club gave food packs, bread, hygiene kits, water, clothing, blankets, slippers, house and kitchen wares to residents of Narvacan Ilocos Sur. This project was implemented for 12 straight days in the aftermath of the typhoon. A total of 5000 victims from various barangays of Narvacan and Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur were benefitted from this project. Among the Rotary clubs who partnered with RC Narvacan were, Rotary Club of Makati, Rotary Club of Alabang and Clubs from District 3790 .
Community, Disaster Response, Disease prevention and treatment
Narvacan and Sta. MariaNarvacan and Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur, 2704 and 2705Philippines
13 October 2021
30 October 2021
Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines (Rotaract Club)ISCC (Ilocos Sur Community College), Ilocos Sur, Philippines (Rotaract Club)Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines (Rotary Club)Makati, Rizal, Philippines (Rotary Club)
Mhelygene Decano Tesoro-Ramos, Narvacan | contact
Community assessment: How the project team learned about the community’s needs
This project came about to give aid to the typhoon victims in the community as a response to the recent flash flooding that hit the province of Ilocos Sur. Many people lost their homes for which reason why cannot eat and have nothing to use. The club provided food packs, clothing, water, and homewares for the victims of Narvacan and Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur.
Project impact: How the project will help the community after the project ends
The victims who were benefited from the goods and items provided were able to have food for their family and use something to start a new building their lives that were vanished due to the typhoon.
Sustainability: How the benefits of the project will continue afterward
The benefits will continue as the people who were benefitted will be able to work in building their lives again.