Immediate Response | Pagatpat, Phillipines

Pagatpat Typhoon Response

On the heels of Project CdO, All Hands launched Project Pagatpat with a similar goal: to help the victims of Typhoon Sendong have permanent housing in a safer, relocation community.

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Immediate Response | Bohol, Phillippines

Bohol Earthquake Response

On October 15th, 2013, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked the Visayan region of the Philippines. More than 73,000 structures were damaged, at least 14,500 of which were completely destroyed. This earthquake left foundations crumbled, walls cracked, and the possibility that homes could collapse at anytime. Tremors happened often on Bohol after the earthquake and the…

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Immediate Response | Leyte, Phillipines

Leyte Typhoon Response

On November 8, 2013, one of the most dangerous typhoons on record hit the island of Leyte – and neighboring islands – in the eastern Visayas region of the Philippines. Dubbed a super typhoon, Haiyan (known locally as Yolanda) damaged or destroyed 1.1 million homes.

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Rebuild & Recovery | Leyte, Phillippines

Leyte Typhoon Recovery

On November 8, 2013, Typhoon Haiyan, the strongest storm to make landfall in recorded history, tore through the Philippines at speeds of 195 mph, ripping up farms, leveling villages and leaving more than 6,300 dead. In its path of chaos and destruction, Haiyan also damaged or destroyed 1.1 million homes. All Hands Volunteers arrived in…

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Immediate Response | Cagayan de Oro, Philippines

Cagayan de Oro Typhoon Response

On December 16, 2011 the island of Mindanao was hit by Typhoon Washi – locally known as “Sendong.” Heavy rains caused destructive flash flooding which killed over 1,200 people and left hundreds more still missing. Nearly 50,000 homes were damaged or destroyed.

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Immediate Response | Santo Domingo, Philippines

Santo Domingo Typhoon Response

All Hands Volunteers’ first Philippines project was back in 2007 when the organization pitched up in Santo Domingo, Luzon. Typhoon Durian, which hit in late November 2006, caused mudslides near Mayon Volcano, covering many municipalities. Over the course of four months volunteers shoveled plenty of lahar, helped to tarp roofs, rebuilt schools, constructed boats and planted coconut…

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Immediate Response | Calampong, Pinabacdao, Philippines

Typhoon Hagupit Response

Immediately following Typhoon Hagupit, the AHV Disaster Assessment Response Team (DART) spent six days on the island of Samar, which bore the brunt of the typhoon, assessing the island’s east coast, but discovered the area to be congested with multiple aid agencies. In stark contrast, the west coast had received little attention despite there being several…

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Rebuild & Recovery | Hernani, Samar, Philippines

Hernani Samar Rebuild

Due to its location on the eastern coast of Samar, the municipality of Hernani was left in a state of ruins when Typhoon Haiyan swept through, destroying numerous homes and practically all municipal buildings. Prior to the typhoon the 15 barangays that make up Hernani had no option but to evacuate to higher ground in a…

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