This is our Ondoy Story

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  • 1. This is our Ondoy Story “Typhoon Ketsana” PLAN Philippines Team Philippines Race Marked For Us Family Matters Most Rotary and Inner Wheel Club of Metro Valenzuela
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  • 10. Plan Philippines Response Team Immediate responded to the need
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  • 12. After the surge of overwhelming response of relief goods
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  • 20. Group Counseling – Writing & Music Therapy
  • 21. Drawing and Color Therapy
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  • 23. Basketball courts were converted into Relocation Site
  • 24. Plan Philippines commitment to Camp Management
  • 25. Encouraging students to go back to school even after Typhoon Ondoy
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  • 27. Response by Alliance Graduate School and Full Life Counseling Center
  • 28. Adult Post Trauma Counseling
  • 29. This boy is only 8 years old after the typhoon teachers noticed he has been quiet and withdrawn. Our Counselor, Ms. Lisa came to know that during the time of typhoon he was left alone with his 3 year old younger brother and his 5 month old baby brother and the water came up to his knee level.
  • 30. He was afraid that his parents might scold him when his 2 younger brothers might die… He is too young to carry such responsibility. Praise God no one was hurt
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  • 32. The kids with trauma was separated to a room with Counselor, Kuya Pilo
  • 33. Psychologist-Pastor Ed Loteria uses art therapy to kids with trauma
  • 34. DARAETAN The Last Medical Mission in Daraetan was last year because it is far…
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    • 1 and a
    1 hour and a half travel by road from City Proper
  • 36. 15 second boat ride
  • 37. 25 minutes travel by tricycle, making it the least area to be visited by relief operations and medical attention
  • 38. This baby girl is 1 year and 2 months old and has never seen a doctor . Her mom missed her last 2 vaccine during pregnancy that led to baby’s bronchopneumonia
  • 39. Now the baby suffers from HYDROCEPHALOUS and has lost her eyesight. Her mom is only 20 years old.
  • 40. Send us your expertise
  • 41. Let’s give them a better future
  • 42. IMAGINARY LINE kids were asked by a series of question answerable by YES and NO
  • 43. A Process Observer records the survey results of the children
  • 44. 40% walk far distance before reaching school
  • 45. 10% never have breakfast before going to school
  • 46. 40% Lost their school supplies due to Typhoon “Ondoy” and “Santi”
  • 47. Have been physically hurt by an adult 90%
  • 48. 5% Doesn’t have school uniform
  • 49. 10 Kids said their parents are separated
  • 50. 65 STUDENTS said They can and will finish college 39 STUDENTS said They can not finish college
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    • STUDENTS CAN NOT FINISH SCHOOL BECAUSE:
    • They are poor;
    • Their parents are not working;
    • They have work if not siblings will starve;
    • Their parents told them they can’t
  • 52. TRADITIONAL RESCUE OPERATION
    • Rescue Relief
    • Traditional Approach
    Disaster
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    • OUR APPROACH: EMERGENCY RESPONSE
    DISASTER RESCUE RELIEF ENDS HERE Traditional Response PSYCHOSOCIAL RESPONSE (Psychological First Aid) Medical Optical Legal Dental MISSION Rehabilitation RECONSTRUCTION
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    • OUR APPROACH: EMERGENCY RESPONSE
    RELIEF Traditional Response
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    • OUR APPROACH: EMERGENCY RESPONSE
    DISASTER RESCUE RELIEF ENDS HERE Traditional Response PSYCHOSOCIAL RESPONSE (Psychological First Aid) Medical Optical Legal Dental MISSION Rehabilitation RECONSTRUCTION
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    • “ This is what the Lord says: As I have brought all this great calamity on this people, so I will give them all the prosperity I have promised them.”
    • - Jeremiah 32:42
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    • It takes a heart to feel the pain
    • Kailangan ng puso upang maramdaman ang sakit
    • But It takes an action to ease the pain
    • Subalit kailangan ng hakbangin upang mabawasan ang sakit
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    • The hidden stories of broken lives
    • Ang mga tagong istorya ng mga nasirang buhay
    • The shatttered dreams that no one knows
    • Mga gumuhong pangarap na walang nakakabatid
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    • The falling tears that no one sees
    • Mga pumapatak ng luhang walang nakakakita
    • The untold miseries from within
    • Mga lihim na pighati sa kalooban
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    • All the aspirations and dreams
    • Lahat ng mga naisin at pangarapin
    • All the hopes and desires
    • Lahat ng pag-asa at naiisin
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    • All have been awaken
    • Lahat ay nabigyang buhay
    • Now it can come true
    • Ngayon maaring matupad
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    • Because someone believed
    • Dahil mayroong naniwala
    • There  is someone who paid the price
    • Mayroong tumaya
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    • And taught them how to be back in the race again
    • At tinuruan silang maibalik muli sa karera 
    • And gave them wings to soar high
    • At binigyan ng pakpak upang makalipad ng matayog
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    • It takes a teacher to tap one's full potential
    • Isang guro ang siyang naghuhubog ng kakayahan
    • But it takes a hero to carve it to one's heart
    • Subalit isang bayani ang makakapag-ukit sa kanilang mga puso
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    • Competition maybe stiff
    • Maaring matindi ang kompetisyon
    • Opportunities maybe rare
    • Bilang man ang oportunidad
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    • But I know from within
    • Subalit sigurado ako
    • This time they can win
    • Ngayong panahon mananalo sila
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    • The noble cause of touching lives
    • Ang mataas na panawagan ng paghubog ng buhay
    • Is an honor that every one has
    • ay isang karangalan ng isang guro
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    • Serves as a lightpost to their uncharted path of uncertainty
    • Tumatayong matayog na ilawan sa kabila ng pagkaligaw sa kawalan
    • To turn trial to triumph
    • Upang gawing tagumpay ang pagkasawi
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    • Because it takes just one to believe
    • Sapagkat kahit iisa lang ang maniwala
    • And makes things happen
    • At gawin ang nararapat
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    • We, the believers of Christ
    • Tayong mga mananampalataya ni Kristo
    • Are the history makers of our nation
    • Ang lumilikha ng kasaysayan ng ating bayan
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    • We write the future right in the lives of the people around us
    • Ating sinusulat ang kinabukasan
    • Sa buhay ng mga taong nakapaligid sa atin
  • 89. Bayanihan A true Filipino Culture
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