Mayor Mabulo’s wife Michelle turned a piece of wood destroyed during the typhoon into a coffee table.
President Rodrigo Duterte has approved the release of additional P1.5 billion to local government units (LGUs) for post-disaster rehabilitation and recovery efforts.
President Rodrigo Duterte is studying a draft executive order creating a task force to expedite rehab efforts in typhoon-hit areas, his spokesman said.
President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the construction of evacuation centers “stronger than a typhoon” for people who were forced to flee their homes due to disasters.
The Department of Education (DepEd) will replace printed self-learning modules (SLMs) damaged by the recent typhoons, an education official said Monday.
Congress is resisting the establishment of the proposed Department of Disaster Resilience, according to President Rodrigo Duterte.
President Rodrigo Duterte assured the public that the government will “do everything” to make sure that typhoon victims in Cagayan province would immediately go back to their normal lives.
At least 10 people were killed as Typhoon Rolly (Goni) pounded the Philippines Sunday, ripping off roofs, toppling power lines and causing flooding in the hardest-hit areas where hundreds of thousands had fled their homes.
MANILA – The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) on Friday urged local government units to heighten their disaster preparedness efforts ahead of the onslaught of Typhoon “Rolly”.
Emergency services in western Japan were “racing against time” on Tuesday to rescue people stranded by devastating floods and landslides, with at least 50 feared dead and more torrential rain forecast.
A powerful typhoon hit the central Philippines Thursday, forcing a complicated and risky evacuation for tens of thousands already hunkered down at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
The death toll for Typhoon “Ursula” has reached 28, with two injured and 12 others missing, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported Friday.
The death toll due to Typhoon Tisoy, which battered a large part of the country early this week, rose from nine to 13.
President Rodrigo Duterte is scheduled to visit Legazpi City today to assess the damage from typhoon “Tisoy.”
Typhoon Kammuri lashed the Philippines with fierce winds and heavy rain on Tuesday as hundreds of thousands took refuge in shelters and the capital Manila shut down its international airport over safety concerns.
Malacañang has suspended work in government offices and classes in Metro Manila beginning Tuesday noon due to typhoon “Tisoy.”
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar on Tuesday announced the suspension of work in the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) today due to typhoon “Tisoy.”
Tens of thousands of people sheltered in evacuation centres as powerful Typhoon Kammuri barreled towards the Philippines on Monday, disrupting plans for the Southeast Asian Games events near the capital Manila.
Japan scrambled Wednesday to evacuate passengers trapped at a major airport when a tanker slammed into its only access bridge during the most powerful typhoon to hit the country for 25 years.