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Their role is to work with the country's emergency management agencies and government to plan and manage international support...They provide their own telecommunications, shelter, food and other resources as needed. This team is made up of Mr
Philippines Evacuation centers in Quezon City on Monday were packed with residents who fled their homes amidst heavy rains, Radyo Inquirer 990AM reports said. Some 351 families or 1,755 individuals were crammed into three of the city's evacuation
P17.2 million calamity fund will be used for trainings and similar activities. We have to prioritize the evacuation, relocation and relief assistance for victims of calamities. We have to have concrete programs and projects not just trainings, Gov.
Australia (AP) — Tens of thousands of Australians stocked up on food and hunkered in sturdy shelters Wednesday as a monster cyclone approached the northeast coast with furious winds, rains and surging seas on a scale unseen there in generations.
He Yin, 14, and her 6-year-old brother He Yu had been trapped in their flooded home in Changkai town for more than 24 hours when their uncle finally arrived to rescue them...The boy was suffering a high fever and needed medical attention. "Children
Philippines�Showing no letup in its "high level of activity," Mayon Volcano hissed and rumbled throughout Christmas Day and on Saturday, ejecting ash columns a kilometer into the sky, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs)
Thousands of evacuees spent Christmas Day in temporary shelters in the shadow of Mount Mayon in the Philippines on Friday, as the volcano continued to spew ash and molten lava. More than 47,000 people have fled their homes to seek refuge in crowded
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology has raised the alert level on Mayon Volcano from three to four after it exhibited abrupt increase in seismicity, accompanied by rumbling sounds and other factors indicating a possible eruption in
Education Secretary Jesli Lapus said they would also send nurses and social workers to provide psychological stress debriefing for the students, who have to bear the stigma of the massacre and the government's declaration of martial in the province. �