Disaster

This program aims to build the capacity and disaster resilience of our volunteers, partners, and target communities; to protect people’s lives, properties, and livelihood from the impact of disasters; and to respond on the aftermath of disasters in the Philippines. HOPE DRR services are the following:

Emergency Livelihood and Livelihood Recovery

Emergency employment such as Cash-for-Work are provided to survivors of disasters to assist them for early recovery. Long-term livelihood recovery provide supports to on-going community initiatives to help the people and the local economy recover from the effects of disasters.

Emergency Relief

Pre-positioning of goods-in-kind and immediate delivery of food and emergency supplies to disaster-stricken communities. Goods are provided within 72 hours.

DRR Capability Training

Aim to build the capacity and disaster resilience of key people in the target communities, schools, and churches.

Children Centers and Psychosocial Activities

Establishment of children centers to provide child friendly spaces in the affected communities.

Nutrition and Feeding Support

Provided for displaced children in the evacuation centers and child friendly spaces of HOPE worldwide.

Child Protection Services

Provided for displaced children most especially for unaccompanied, separated, and orphaned children survivor of disasters.

Psychological First Aid and Psychological Recovery Services

Help individuals and families recover from psychological effects of disasters.

Shelter and School Rehabilitation

Provision of shelter kits, school construction materials and volunteer manpower services through “bayanihan” to rebuild the destroyed villages.

Communication

Establishment of children centers to provide child friendly spaces in the affected communities.

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