The National Housing Authority (NHA) has distributed caah assistance to 2,250 families of Ubay town in Bohol who lost their homes to Typhoon “Odette” on Friday, March 24.
In Bohol, the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, said Odette severely damaged homes, buildings, establishments and government facilities and infrastructure, as well as communication facilities and power lines, all over the province.
Ubay town victims, whose houses were destroyed by super typhoon ‘Odette’ that struck Bohol last year, received last week P10,000 apiece to help repair their abodes. The fund is said to be from National Housing Authority (NHA) and distributed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).
Ang kada molupyo sa barangay Fatima, Ubay, Bohol, kansang mga balay nasugamak sa mapintas nga bagyong “Odette” nakadawat sa tag-P10,000 matag usa, ubos sa Emergency Housing Assistance Program (EHAP).
There is still some P5,000 cash assistance and P9,600 worth of emergency shelter kits for Odette-victims of Bohol’s seven towns, all from the Philippine Red Cross (PRC).
Today’s distribution is part of the more than Php455 million humanitarian and development assistance the PRC has allocated to families affected by Typhoon Odette and other calamities that affected Mindanao and Visayas from December 2021 to September 2022.
Ipang-apud-apod sa Philippine Red Cross (PRC) ang cash ug hinabang alang sa kapasilungan (shelter) alang sa mga Bol-anong biktima ug apektado sa bagyo nga Odette, Septembre 6, 2022, sa alas 10:00 sa buntag didto sa Dauis Municipal Gym.
Caltex, marketed by Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI), in partnership with American Chamber Foundation Philippines (AmCham Foundation), recently held a relief effort in typhoon-stricken areas in Bohol affected by Super Typhoon Odette (Rai).
Generator sets and solar panels were prepared by the Commission on Elections (Comelec)-Central Visayas and the Department of Energy Visayas Field Office for areas in Bohol province that still lacked power supply after the recent typhoon Odette.
Visayan Electric on Thursday, April 21, sent two groups with a total of 10 linemen to Bohol to help restore power in the municipalities of Buenavista and Getafe.