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Disaster Aid Australia responds to Philippine typhoons

Australian charity Disaster Aid Australia provides an update about disaster relief operations in the Philippines

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Following the Typhoon Goni, as well as other Typhoons in the last few weeks, the local partner of Disaster Aid Australia (DAA), Balay Mindanaw travelled to Bicol to assess the situation.

They identified one of the worst affected Barangays was Barangay Bataayan. Over 100 tents have been provided.

DAA will be supporting rebuilding of homes with a $35,000 grant through Balay Mindanaw.

SkyHydrants provide safe drinking water | Photo by: DAA

Balay Mindanaw will also be providing safe drinking water to another three Barangays using Disaster Aid Australia SkyHydrants.

DAA and Balay Mindanaw are working closely with Bicol Rotarians as well as clubs from Manila.

It is possible to make a tax deductable donation to help with the disaster response at https://www.disasteraidaustralia.org.au/donate/

For more information, contact Disaster Aid Australia:

Web Site: www.disasteraidaustralia.org.au

Mobile: 0491 104 943


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