Posts Tagged calamity

Public schools should not be used as evacuation centers — DepEd

admin   •   January 17, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Education (DepEd) wants school classes to go on uninterrupted despite the occurrence of calamities. This is why the department is putting a stop to...

REPASO 2018: Calamities, disasters and the wrath of Mayon

admin   •   January 1, 2019

  Typhoon Ompong is the strongest tropical cyclone that hit the country this year. Before dawn on September 14, Ompong wreaked havoc in the province of Cagayan. Several houses and...

Death toll from torrential rains in western Japan reaches 200, dozens still missing

admin   •   July 13, 2018

The death toll from the torrential rains that have battered western Japan reached 200, authorities said Thursday, as search and rescue missions continue to find dozens still missing in the...

NDRRMC still on red alert status due to tropical depression ‘Basyang’

admin   •   February 14, 2018

MANILA, Philippines — Four were confirmed dead while six others were injured as tropical depression Basyang hit several areas in Visayas and Mindanao. Almost 5,000 families or more than 21,000 individuals...

More casualties recorded due to tropical storm “Vinta”

admin   •   December 27, 2017

MANILA, Philippines — Authorities continue to conduct search and retrieval operations for missing individuals after the onslaught of tropical storm Vinta in the region of Zamboanga. Forty residents of Zamboanga...

SSS members in Lando-hit areas to get calamity package

admin   •   October 22, 2015

MANILA, Philippines — The Social Security System or SSS is set to provide calamity relief package to its members and pensioners in areas badly hit by typhoon Lando. Under the...


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