For every medical mission and relief distribution operation, a newsletter is produced to show updates on affected communities, where the donations are going and what plans lie ahead.
SINIRANGAN BISAYAS ANTES NGAN MATAPOS AN YOLANDA
“Antes an bagyo nga Yolanda, nagkukuri na kami. Kahuman han bagyo mas duro kami nga nagkuri”. Kaudgan ini nga ginyayakan ni Marissa Cabaljao, tagapagyakan han People Surge. Ungod ngan samwak an kakurian ha Sinirangan Bisayas. Hadton 2012, gindeklara ine nga ika-2 ha Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) ha pinakamakuri nga rehiyon ha nasud. Mas nga ginpagrabe pa ine han paglabay han bagyo nga Yolanda.
SOS CONCLUDES MEDICAL AND RELIEF MISSIONS FOR SUPER TYPHOON YOLANDA SURVIVORS IN LEYTE AND SAMAR
After six months, SOS concludes its series of medical and relief missions for the affected families of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) in Samar and Leyte. Through its donors here and abroad, volunteers, and kind-hearted people who made every effort to raise funds and gather support for the affected families, SOS was able to provide medical services to 8,892 individuals and distribute 13,139 family relief packs and construction materials to 100 barangays in 27 towns of 4 provinces of the Eastern Visayas region.
100 DAYS AFTER TYPHOON YOLANDA, FUTURE STILL UNCERTAIN
To date, SOS was able to hold 5 medical and relief missions in 69 barangays in 16 towns of 4 provinces in Samar and Leyte. A total of 6,275 patients were given medical attention and 9,462 families were given relief packs.
SOS CONTINUES TYPHOON YOLANDA RESPONSE
Nearly two months after Typhoon Yolanda battered 12,129 barangays in the country’s 44 provinces, 57 cities, 591 municipalities in Regions IV-A, IV-B, Bicol, Western Visayas, Central Visayas, Eastern Visayas,Northern Mindanao, Davao Region and CARAGA, remain essentially the same.
With victims of the super typhoon still facing hunger, homelessness, economic dislocation and joblessness the Samahang Operasyong Sagip (SOS) continues its efforts to help them recover.
SOS CONTINUES RESPONSE TO TYPHOON YOLANDA AFTERMATH
One month after Typhoon Yolanda’s onslaught, the fate of millions is still in limbo. With victims of the super typhoon facing homelessness, joblessness and hunger, the Samahang Operasyong Sagip (SOS) continues its efforts in helping them get back on their feet once more.
The second series of medical missions and relief drive operations were conducted in 9 barangays in the 3 municipalities of Leyte- Albuera, Ormoc and Kananga.
SOS RESPONDS TO TYPHOON YOLANDA DEVASTATION
The Samahang Operasyon Sagip (SOS) immediately convened after the onslaught of Super Typhoon with the aim to bring immediate food relief and medical assistance to survivors. Volunteer doctors, nurses and other health workers were tapped to attend to their medical and food needs. Forty-five volunteer Health Science students from different schools and community health workers from Quezon City, Pasig City and Paranaque City helped the more than 1,500 relief packs for the affected families in Eastern Samar and Western Samar provinces. The relief and medical missions transpired from November 21 to 25, 2013.