How To Help The Victims Of Severe Tropical Storm Paeng
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How To Help The Victims Of Severe Tropical Storm Paeng

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As the region recovers from the effects of the severe tropical storm, here is a list of volunteer and donation drives.

Tropical Storm Paeng (internationally known as Nalgae) barreled through the Philippines over the weekend, with dragging in torrential rain and strong winds of up to 75 kilometers per hour on Friday, October 28, through Saturday. This caused widespread flooding and damage, particularly across provinces in the South, particularly Cotabato on Mindanao.

During the typhoon’s onslaught, 45 casualties were reported so far, with 14 people missing and over 8,000 temporarily homeless.

In the wake of this natural disaster, and with storms expected to continue through the weekend, relief efforts are being set up by institutions and organizations. If you’re hoping to extend a hand to the affected areas, here is a list of initiatives calling for help:

Where To Donate or Volunteer:

ALAB (Aktibong Lumbeño, Angat Bolunterismo)

Agham Youth International

Ateneo de Manila University

Bahaghari

Balai Obrero Foundation

Community Pantry (by Patreng Non and Ana Patricia Non)

For Our Farmers PH

Frontliners Kitchen

Gabriela (A National Alliance of Women)

GCash Non-Government Organization Partners

JCI Manila Senate

Life Core Philippines

University of The Philippines Diliman

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