Habitat for Humanity Philippines Extends Help to the Victims of Typhoon Maring in Noveleta Cavite

Yesterday, I woke up early, happy and excited because of two reasons. First, it's already "BER" months and the start of the longest Christmas season in the world. Second, I am joining as a volunteer at the Disaster Response Re-Build Program of Habitat for Humanity Philippines in Noveleta Cavite. What a great way to start the Christmas season by sharing my time to my fellow CaviteΓ±os who were badly hit by habagat brought by typhoon Maring few weeks ago.

Noveleta Municipal Hall

Habitat for Humanity Philippines (Habitat) is helping the affected families of the recent flooding brought by the monsoon rains in Noveleta, Cavite by way of distributing 700 cleanup kits that they can use to clean and rebuild their homes. This is the first of many cleanup and shelter repair kits distributions included in Habitat for Humanity's Disaster Response Re-Build Program that will run for the next six months.

The goods to be distributed

Arranging the good for distribution

"The cleanup kit is Habitat's way of assisting our fellowmen in their time of need," says Habitat CEO & Managing Director Charlie Ayco.

The volunteers busy with their tasks

"Habitat's Disaster Response Re-Build Program - its shelter rehabilitation arm – aims not just to provide the needs of disaster stricken communities after the onslaught, but to also offer rehabilitation through Habitat's shelter repair kits as well as housing through relocation, depending on the general need of a community. It is Habitat’s goal not only to give relief to disaster victims but provide permanent solutions when it comes to shelter and helping the government reduce its housing backlog," ends Ayco.

Getting ready for distribution

Pail of cleaning materials

The recipients waiting for the distribution to start

A recipient receiving some cleaning materials

Each cleanup kit contains the following: pail, water dipper, hand brush, push brush, mop, broomstick, rubber gloves, detergent powder, anti-bacterial detergent soap, detergent bar, alcohol, shovel, rake, among others.

Habitat for Humanity pail of cleaning kit

Habitat for Humanity Philippines (HFHP) is a non-profit organization that serves Filipino families in need of decent homes. They bring together partners who share the same vision of transforming lives through building responsible and sustainable communities. Established in 1988, HFHP is a country affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International based in Georgia, USA. For 25 years, HFHP has served over 60,000 families throughout the country. HFHP envisions that every Filipino family has a decent place to live.

Happy recipients of the cleaning kits

It was tiring but certainly a fun and fulfilling experience. Thank you Habitat for Humanity Philippines for inviting me to join this activity. I'm looking forward to join again on your future projects.

More photos from the event at Pinoy AdvenTurista's Facebook page, click HERE.

Send some help through Habitat for Humanity Philippines! You may deposit your donations to BPI Checking Account 2421-0014-24, checks payable to Habitat for Humanity Philippines Foundation, Inc.

For more information and for your inquiries, visit Habitat for Humanity Philippines' website at www.habitat.org.ph. You may follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/habitatphilippines, on Twitter at www.twitter.com/habitatphils and on Instagram at @habitatphils.

Habitat for Humanity Philippines
Address: 3/F 111 Paseo de Roxas Bldg., Paseo de Roxas,, 1229
Contact Numbers: (632) 8462177 /(632) 4996122
Email Address: info@habitat.org.ph.


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