Typhoon Haiyan
Disaster Recovery Program

2/20/14
Our Disaster Response Goal

We aim to assist displaced children
and families displaced by disasters
with access to emergen...
Typhoon Haiyan
Disaster Recovery Program Sites

2/20/14
Caring for Children

Helping Families

Serving Communities

Mobilizing Volunteers

Our team anticipates
serving 10,000 chi...
2/20/14
Children’s Center of
HOPE worldwide
Dec 2013 – May 2014

» Serving children through:
» Play, art, sports, educational and ...
#2
Protection and
Advocacy Against
Human Trafficking
Feb 2014 – Jan 2015

» Provide awareness and education to
prevent hum...
Clean Water Programs
Nov 2013 – May 2014

» Construction of 30 water sources for
communities
» Installation of 1,000 water...
Livelihood Assistance
Dec 2013 – May 2014

» Cash for work program benefitted 100
families
» 100 Fishing boats and nets di...
Volunteer
Mobilization
Nov 2013 – May 2014

HOPE worldwide Philippines volunteers are
making these efforts possible:

» Lo...
House Rebuilding
Dec 2013 – May 2014

» Home rebuilding for 20 families

» Home repairs for 5 families
» Shelter kits and ...
Emergency Relief
and Supplies
Nov 2013 – May 2014

» Food and relief supplies distributed: hygiene
kits, baby care items, ...
Psychosocial
Rehabilitation
Nov 2013 – May 2014

Aiding survivors by conducting:

» Psychological First Aid
» Counseling a...
Donors & Partners
Nov 2013 – May 2014

Cooperating Government Agencies:
» Department of Social Welfare and
Development
» D...
2/20/14
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HOPE worldwide Philippines is working to help the most vulnerable recover after the strongest storm ever recorded hit their nation in November 2013

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HOPEww Philippines Response to Typhoon Haiyan Survivors

  1. 1. Typhoon Haiyan Disaster Recovery Program 2/20/14
  2. 2. Our Disaster Response Goal We aim to assist displaced children and families displaced by disasters with access to emergency relief services and supplies including food, shelter, job assistance, psychosocial support and protection from exploitation and abuse. 2/20/14
  3. 3. Typhoon Haiyan Disaster Recovery Program Sites 2/20/14
  4. 4. Caring for Children Helping Families Serving Communities Mobilizing Volunteers Our team anticipates serving 10,000 children with play therapy, nutritious meals, healthcare and protection from abuse Rebuilding and repairing homes of 20 families Community clean up activities Training 500 volunteers for logistical support and manpower for the ongoing relief operations Case management and referrals for 100 children in extremely difficult circumstances Providing shelter kits and building materials for 300 families Installing 30 water pumps and 1,000 water filters Mobilizing volunteers with specialized skills for program support Creating programs to advocate for protection against abuse, exploitation and human trafficking Re-establishing livelihoods by providing fishermen with boats and nets Supplying schools and orphanages with roofing materials Mobilizing medical professionals to meet health care needs Long-term response – construction and operation of four daycare centers Our cash for work program is assisting 100 families with urgent financial needs Food and essentials have been provided to 100,000 survivors Volunteers are actively serving in evacuation centers, children’s centers and tent cities 20,000 families have received relief, school or emergency supplies. In the next six months, we plan to distribute supplies to 200,000 survivors. Creating programs to protect and advocate against abuse, exploitation and trafficking of vulnerable citizens Typhoon Haiyan Disaster Recovery Program Activities 2/20/14
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  6. 6. Children’s Center of HOPE worldwide Dec 2013 – May 2014 » Serving children through: » Play, art, sports, educational and cultural activities » Essential nutrition and medical services » Advocacy and protection against abuse, exploitation and trafficking » Screening, case management and referrals of children with special needs » Provisions of emergency supplies, materials and food 2/20/14 Program Coverage: Tacloban Tolosa Tanauan Bohol Iloilo
  7. 7. #2 Protection and Advocacy Against Human Trafficking Feb 2014 – Jan 2015 » Provide awareness and education to prevent human trafficking through trainings, seminars, role playing and puppet shows » Provide case management and referral services to 100 trafficking victims » Partnership, collaboration, and capacity building with 1,000 community leaders, local governments and other partner agencies 2/20/14 Program Coverage: Tacloban City Ormoc City
  8. 8. Clean Water Programs Nov 2013 – May 2014 » Construction of 30 water sources for communities » Installation of 1,000 water filters to schools, orphanages, health centers, evacuation centers, bunk houses and tent cities 2/20/14 Program Coverage: Daanbantayan Tolosa Tanauan Tacloban Ormoc Bohol Iloilo Aklan
  9. 9. Livelihood Assistance Dec 2013 – May 2014 » Cash for work program benefitted 100 families » 100 Fishing boats and nets distributed » Job skills training for 300 mothers 2/20/14 Program Coverage: Daanbantayan Tolosa Tanauan Tacloban Ormoc
  10. 10. Volunteer Mobilization Nov 2013 – May 2014 HOPE worldwide Philippines volunteers are making these efforts possible: » Logistical support » Outreach and relief operations » Meeting additional disaster response needs 2/20/14 Program Coverage: Daanbantayan Tolosa Tanauan Tacloban Ormoc Bohol Iloilo Aklan
  11. 11. House Rebuilding Dec 2013 – May 2014 » Home rebuilding for 20 families » Home repairs for 5 families » Shelter kits and building materials for 300 families » Tent sheeting for 1,000 families 2/20/14 Program Coverage: Daanbantayan Tolosa Tanauan Tacloban Ormoc
  12. 12. Emergency Relief and Supplies Nov 2013 – May 2014 » Food and relief supplies distributed: hygiene kits, baby care items, shoes, clothing, medicines, emergency kits, kitchen materials, sleeping materials, assorted food items and ready to eat meals » HOPE worldwide Philippines plans to distribute supplies to 200,000 survivors over the next six months 2/20/14 Program Coverage: Daanbantayan Tolosa Tanauan Tacloban Ormoc Bohol Iloilo Aklan
  13. 13. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Nov 2013 – May 2014 Aiding survivors by conducting: » Psychological First Aid » Counseling and Debriefing » Parent Effectiveness Seminars 2/20/14 Program Coverage: Daanbantayan Tolosa Tanauan Tacloban Ormoc Bohol
  14. 14. Donors & Partners Nov 2013 – May 2014 Cooperating Government Agencies: » Department of Social Welfare and Development » Department of Health » Department of Finance » Department of Foreign Affairs » Office of the Civil Defense » Bureau of Customs » Department of Education » Local Governments » UN OCHA and Child Protection Working Groups 2/20/14 INTERNATIONAL DONORS/PARTNERS: 1. International Churches of Christ 2. AmeriCares 3. Heart to Heart 4. HELP Germany 5. Friends and Family Community Connection 6. MedShare 7. Samaritan’s Feet 8. World Emergency Relief 9. Children’s Hunger Relief Funds 10. Aid for Starving Children 11. Gebende Hande Germany 12. Abandoned Children’s Fund 13. Children’s Hope Fund 14. WestChurch Australia 15. Singapore Air Line Association 16. New Apostolic Church of South East Asia Relief 17. EMC Computer Solutions 18. Lululemon 19. USAID & Gerry Roxas Foundation LOCAL PARTNERS/DONORS 1. Springboard Foundation 2. Philippines ICOC Churches 3. Manikako and TBWA - SMP 4. Fair Hiring Initiative Inc. 5. Tabang Sugbo Visayas
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