Philippines continues rebuilding after devastating Typhoon BophaBy Administrator
In December, Typhoon Bopha, a category 5 super typhoon, struck Palau and the Philippine island of Mindanao, causing hundreds of deaths and leaving thousands homeless. Now, more than a month after the storm hit, communities are still struggling to recover from the devastation.
According to the International Committee of the Red Cross:
In a matter of hours, some communities in Eastern Mindanao were literally blown away by Typhoon Bopha (locally known as Pablo). . . . More than 90 percent of the area is a scene of utter destruction in four of the worst-hit municipalities; many people have seen their entire livelihood wiped out in one fell swoop. In response, the ICRC is stepping up its operations by dispatching more food and other essential supplies.
Please consider sending a donation to ICRC to help these communities recover and rebuild.