Call for Response: Typhoon Yolanda

Emergency Response

The latest report from UN Office of Coordination and Humanitarian Affairs estimates that at least 9.8 million Filipinos have been affected by typhoon Yolanda. At least 659,268 who have been displaced are currently staying inside and outside of evacuation centers. Some areas remain inaccessible, hampering the conduct of assessments, coordination work and response efforts.

With the wide swath of destruction in the wake of the typhoon, President Aquino has declared a State of National Calamity. The Corporate Network for Disaster Response once again calls on its members and partners to respond to the needs of the typhoon victims. The items most needed are food, water, sanitation/hygiene kits, and shelter-related items such as blankets, mats and tents.

CNDR is mobilizing cash donations. For in-kind donations, we suggest to bring those to the DSWD National Relief Operations Center.

Any amount you give will surely help in this response. You may deposit donations to:

Account Name: Corporate Network for Disaster Response, Inc.

Bank of the Philippine Islands
Ayala-Paseo Branch
Account Number: 0031-0654-02
or

BDO Dollar Account
Banco De Oro – ADB Ave. Ortigas
GF Robinson’s Equitable Tower, ADB Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Account Number: 10-4640066840
Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Kindly fax copy of your deposit slips to (+63 2) 6874208 or you may send it via email to mae.garcia@cndr.org.ph.

The latest report from UN Office of Coordination and Humanitarian Affairs estimates that at least 9.8 million Filipinos have been affected by typhoon Yolanda. At least 659,268 who have been displaced are currently staying inside and outside of evacuation centers. Some areas remain inaccessible, hampering the conduct of assessments, coordination work and response efforts. With […]

First Batch of Habagat Emergency Response

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Chevron funded CNDR’s first tranche of Typhoon Pablo ER

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CNDR, with funding support from Chevron Holdings, Inc., successfully conducted relief delivery operation in barangays San Roque, Kahayag, and Bantacan in New Bataan, Compostela Valley on December 14, 2012. The relief distribution was also made possible in partnership with UCCP-Magugpo and Dog Owners of Tagum Association (DOTA) for providing volunteers and other logistical support, and the Agri-Aqua Development Coalition-Mindanao (AADC) and the barangay LGU for coordination.

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CNDR, with funding support from Chevron Holdings, Inc., successfully conducted relief delivery operation in barangays San Roque, Kahayag, and Bantacan in New Bataan, Compostela Valley on December 14, 2012. The relief distribution was also made possible in partnership with UCCP-Magugpo and Dog Owners of Tagum Association (DOTA) for providing volunteers and other logistical support, and […]

Call for Immediate Response

Emergency Response

CNDR is mobilizing cash donations for the victims of Typhoon Pablo in the provinces of Compostela Valley and Davao Oriental. You may deposit your donations to:

Account Name: Corporate Network for Disaster Response
BDO Savings Acct No.: 6810021891
BPI Savings Acct. No.: 0031 0654 02

Typhoon Pablo was dubbed the strongest typhoon to hit the country this year, and still lingering on PAR. Dumping around 15-30mm of rainfall per hour, Pablo caused severe damages in Mindanao, leaving Davao Oriental and Compostela Valley as hardest-hit provinces.

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CNDR is mobilizing cash donations for the victims of Typhoon Pablo in the provinces of Compostela Valley and Davao Oriental. You may deposit your donations to: Account Name: Corporate Network for Disaster Response BDO Savings Acct No.: 6810021891 BPI Savings Acct. No.: 0031 0654 02 Typhoon Pablo was dubbed the strongest typhoon to hit the country this […]

Situation Report No. 1 for Typhoon Pablo (BOPHA)

Emergency Response

Weather Advisory

Typhoon Pablo has slightly weakened after making its landfall. According to the latest report from PAGASA, the eye of the typhoon is located 30 km Southeast of Dumaguete City moving west northwest at 24 kph. By Friday morning, it is expected to be 660km Northwest of Iba, Zambales.

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Weather Advisory Typhoon Pablo has slightly weakened after making its landfall. According to the latest report from PAGASA, the eye of the typhoon is located 30 km Southeast of Dumaguete City moving west northwest at 24 kph. By Friday morning, it is expected to be 660km Northwest of Iba, Zambales.