Briefer_Balik Pamayanan

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President Benigno S. Aquino III mandated the National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC) to take the lead in bringing back home the victims of super typhoon Yolanda who fled to Metro Manila, Cebu and other places in the country.

NAPC held a rapid assessment of the survivors who are temporarily housed at the Jose Fabella Center in Mandaluyong City and at the Tent City inside the Villamor Air Base in Pasay City. The survey result served as the basis in conceptualizing the “Balik Pamayanan Package.”

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Briefer_Balik Pamayanan

  1. 1. Office of the President of the Philippines NATIONAL ANTI-POVERTY COMMISSION Water System Training Center, MWSS-LWUA Complex, Katipunan Ave., Quezon City Balik Pamayanan A joint project of the NAPC, Pasay City Government, DSWD-NCR and Salubong Movement December 19, 2013 Villamor Air Base, Pasay City I. Background Information President Benigno S. Aquino III mandated the National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC) to take the lead in bringing back home the victims of super typhoon Yolanda who fled to Metro Manila, Cebu and other places in the country. NAPC held a rapid assessment of the survivors who are temporarily housed at the Jose Fabella Center in Mandaluyong City and at the Tent City inside the Villamor Air Base in Pasay City. The survey result served as the basis in conceptualizing the “Balik Pamayanan Package.” The package shall consist of: (1) Land transportation (Manila to Eastern Visayas); (2) Housing repair kits and/or construction tools and materials; (3) Livelihood and employment assistance packages (inputs in the form of pedicab and start-up capital for microenterprise/business, planting materials and farm implements for crops and livestock production, fishing boats and gears, cash for work, skills training and starter kits, job matching and referral). On December 20, 2013 a total of 24 families, will go back home to their respective municipalities in Eastern Visayas:  Guiuan  Genera Mc Arthur  Tacloban  Abuyog  Alang-Alang  Jaro  Tanauan  Arteche  Carigara  Palo  Burauen  Mahaplag II. The Packages Shelter kit for every family  8 pcs gi sheet 12ft long  8 pcs 1/4" plywood  15 pcs 2x2x-- wood shorter haligi  18 pcs 2x2x-- wood longer haligi           3kg nails ordinary 3kg nails roof 2kg nails Trapal thick 5x5 20m nylon rope Vulca seal Community box to start up community re-building  Shared tools other than personal tools  Trapal  Kitchen utensils  Community noche buena package Livelihood kit  Pedicab - one for each adult member of the family  Initial capital of PhP 5,000 each per family    Banig Books for kids Excess relief Metro Lagari Martilyo Katam

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