The National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON) appeals for donations for its Bayanihan Relief and Rehabilitation Program to provide immediate support for communities affected by the recent disasters in the Philippines. 
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The National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON) appeals for donations for its Bayanihan Relief and Rehabilitation Program to provide immediate support for communities affected by the recent disasters in the Philippines.

As Filipinos are still heavily hit by the COVID-19 pandemic which affected many people’s health, livelihood, and education, the recent typhoon is expected to worsen the conditions for those in the infected areas. Many residents have been forced to flee their homes and congregate in crowded evacuation centers where they are vulnerable to the spread of disease and infections. Farmers and indigenous people who rely on agricultural livelihood are devastated as heavy rains and landslides led to the destruction of agricultural crops and homes. Students’ classrooms and educational materials in those areas were also destroyed.

As part of our Bayanihan Community Response campaign, NAFCON will consistently respond to the needs of affected communities for relief, rehabilitation, and rebuilding. We will partner with tried-and-tested local community-based organizations to provide timely and effective assistance to the most impacted families and communities.

December 2021 – Typhoon Odette (Rai)

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, on December 16, 2021 the Philippines has been hit by Typhoon Odette (Rai) that has affected areas within the southeastern part of the Philippines such as Southern Leyte, Cagayan de Oro, and Surigao del Norte. With winds of over 195 kilometers (121 miles) per hour and gusts of up to 270 kph (168 mph), this recent typhoon has caused thousands of Filipinos to be evacuated. More information to come.

October 2021 – Typhoon Maring

The recent severe Tropical Storm Maring, internationally known as Kompasu, left communities devastated and heavily flooded. The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said it has recorded 15 flooding incidents across Ilocos Region, Cagayan Valley, Mimaropa, Bicol Region and Cordillera Administrative Region. It also reported 194,677 persons or 5,040 families from 673 barangays were affected. According to the Department of Agriculture, at least P692 million worth of agricultural goods were damaged affecting over 32,000 farmers from the Cordillera Administrative Region, Ilocos Region, Cagayan Valley, Central Luzon, Bicol Region and Western Visayas. As of this writing, the NDRRMC has recorded 19 deaths and 13 missing persons.

This page will be updated continuously as new Typhoons make landfall in the Philippines