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TYPHOON HAIYAN RESPONSE ONE YEAR REPORT November 2014. Strongest storm in history, Super Typhoon Haiyan one of the strongest storms ever. recorded in the world plowed across the central Philippines. on November 8 2013 The lethal combination of 175 mph. winds and heavy rains brought unprecedented devastation. An estimated 16 1 million people were affected with 1 1. million damaged or destroyed homes and as many as 4 1. million people displaced nearly four times as many as. those left homeless by the 2004 India Ocean tsunami At. least 6 300 people lost their lives and another 5 9 million Haiyan destroyed the. workers lost their livelihoods and source of income to. support their families, second poorest region in, the Philippines. In the immediate aftermath CARE collaborated with the. United Nations and some 40 other agencies to rapidly assess. the situation and needs of people across nine provinces. Food shelter and the restoration of livelihoods were the. biggest priorities identified Despite severe logistical. challenges due to flooding and blocked or destroyed roads. CARE began distributing food relief packages just eight. days after the storm, As we continued to reach needy families with food supplies. CARE also mobilized our local partners to assist in. providing survivors with shelter repair kits and initial cash. transfers to support the recovery of livelihoods, Twelve months on. Conditions have steadily improved as a result of the resilience of survivors and concerted response. by various governments and international and local humanitarian organizations. Thanks to the timely support and generosity from our donors CARE surpassed the target of. reaching 40 000 households in the three worst affected areas in the Visayas region Leyte Western. Samar and Panay As of end October 2014 CARE assisted 68 170 households 318 650 people. with food shelter and financial assistance, CARE has now transitioned from an emergency to recovery phase meaning our food distributions.
have ended and we are focusing on helping more people rebuild their lives through an integrated. shelter and livelihoods program approach Given the scale and scope of the devastation this form. of humanitarian development assistance helping families build back safer and revive the local. economy and livelihoods will need to be sustained over the coming years to ensure the full. recovery of affected communities, TYPHOON HAIYAN RESPONSE ONE YEAR REPORT November 2014. What we have achieved, 54 284 households or 252 115 people received. emergency food assistance Overall CARE and our, local partners delivered more than 1 115 metric tons of. 13 905 households or 59 984 received emergency, shelter supplies including tarpaulins tools and kitchen. sets The number of tarpaulins distributed by CARE, could cover the equivalent of 4 040 basketball courts.
9 484 children have been fed as part of a CARE, supported government school feeding program. 15 413 households or 77 068 people have received, high quality shelter repair kits including corrugated. metal sheets and tools and cash to cover the purchase. of lumber and construction costs, CARE trained over 500 community carpenters on build. back safer techniques to support people in rebuilding. their homes, 27 040 households or 135 200 people benefited from. livelihoods start up grant of USD 181 and orientations. on livelihoods planning and household money, management to help them restore previous livelihoods.
or engage in new income generating activities, Over 220 trainings have been conducted on livelihoods. planning and good household money management, In total CARE reached 318 650 people affected by. typhoon Haiyan, TYPHOON HAIYAN RESPONSE ONE YEAR REPORT November 2014. Emergency food, distributions, Survivors had nothing to eat the days and weeks. after Typhoon Haiyan especially people in areas that were completely. devastated, CARE provided food to CARE together with local partners quickly responded with life.
54 284 households or saving food assistance in some of the most distant locations Off road. 252 115 people across vehicles were required to access remote upland villages and in some. Eastern and Western Visayas cases even boats were needed to access remote island communities In. regions surpassing CARE s the face of these challenges CARE managed to reach over a quarter. of a million people in three months, original target by 36. Where possible CARE and partners harnessed the support of the local. community in its work Volunteers from each village helped to set up. In Panay we reached 18 100 food distributions sites and organized their respective communities. households in 8 municipalities, Men and women assisted with the registration process at distribution. In Leyte we reached 24 301, sites and the distribution of the food packages This community spirit. households or 108 565 people in, resulted in successful and well organized food distributions in all. 8 municipalities locations, In Western Samar CARE, distributed food in the Each food package met household needs for up to four weeks and.
municipality of Basey reaching special consideration was given to the most vulnerable people such as. 11 883 households or 52 050 the elderly pregnant women and people with disabilities to ensure. they received food assistance when it was most needed Having food. on hand lifted a huge burden and allowed families to save money that. would have been spent on food and focus their time and energy on. home repairs and restoring their livelihoods, Emergency shelter and household items. Typhoon Haiyan caused catastrophic destruction to shelter and. housing in many communities along its path Many families were. left homeless Without adequate shelter women faced a higher risk. of gender based violence especially sexual violence within. households in communal shelters, During the initial weeks after the storm CARE distributed. emergency shelter materials that included tarpaulins nails. hammers axes shovels hoes handsaws and wire in the city of. Tacloban and other neighboring municipalities in Leyte CARE. also provided cooking utensils plastic mats blankets flashlights. and mosquito nets in Albuera and Ormoc municipalities A total of. 13 905 households or 59 984 people in Leyte benefited from these. provisions, TYPHOON HAIYAN RESPONSE ONE YEAR REPORT November 2014. Rising above floodwaters A story of survival, Lyza Ingsol 20 was five month pregnant in a Over the next few days she found out that her. single story home with her 2 year old and house and her husband s boat and fishing gear. elderly grandmother when the storm hit their family s livelihood had been washed. Her husband was away at the time She recalls, how the floodwaters rushed inside and how the CARE provided families like Lyza s with.
winds shook the walls food packages Lyza says the assistance was. truly essential Her family had to rely on such, From a distance they watched the water rise distributions for two months as they worked to. above the roofline of their home The rest was rebuild and restore their lives. Now Lyza lives a much better life with her, She could no longer healthy seven month baby Her family also. received livelihoods assistance from CARE to, remember how she found the support their basic needs Lyza shared that the. strength to save the lives of tragic experience was something. unforgettable but she believes that the, her family members It just recovery process made her stronger and fully. happened determined to work harder for her child, TYPHOON HAIYAN RESPONSE ONE YEAR REPORT November 2014.
Shelter Recovery Building Back Safer, Most homes in the affected areas were poorly constructed before November 2013 and were. destroyed mainly by strong winds slamming poor roofing resulting to the collapse of the houses. The Philippines experiences more than 20 storms per year and is also prone to landslides and. flooding It s important to ensure shelters can withstand future natural disasters. CARE is assisting 17 000 households in Most households received USD 70 whilst. building safer shelters through the provision of the extremely vulnerable households or. shelter repair kits SRKs cash support to about 45 of households received USD. purchase additional construction materials and 180 as they required more support to. skills building We focused this intervention in rebuild. the most affected and hard to reach areas, CARE also organized roving carpenters to. People were selected based on their income and provide technical assistance to families in. vulnerability so households with a higher particular vulnerable families. number of children senior citizens pregnant, and lactating women and people with So far CARE has provided SRKs with. disabilities were prioritized Selected cash assistance to 15 000. beneficiaries participated in workshops where, they learned building back safer techniques. households More than half of these, that include looking for a safe location and people have completed repairs.
constructing a solid foundation bracing and, proper roof and wall design Overall communities have been deeply. involved in CARE s response efforts As, CARE distributed the kit containing materials CARE helps communities to rebuild our. that was difficult to find in the local market shelter program staff have received support. such as corrugated iron sheets nails and tools from local residents who serve as. CARE then gave households cash to buy carpenters community mobilizers and. lumber to build a strong structure and pay progress monitors This collective action. carpenter s fees reflects Filipinos innate sense of. bayanihan or providing each other with, mutual aid as communities give their time. to assist the most vulnerable, 8 Build Back Safer Key Messages. 1 Build on strong foundations, 2 Tie down from bottom up.
3 Brace against the storm, 4 Use strong joints, 5 A good house needs a good roof. 6 Site your house safely, 7 Simple shape will keep you safe. 8 Be prepared, TYPHOON HAIYAN RESPONSE ONE YEAR REPORT November 2014. Rebuilding from Haiyan A labor of love, It was late afternoon in the community of Maricum on the island of Leyte. in the Philippines and Nenita and Nicolas Bardalo were working together. to build their home She lifted heavy corrugated sheets over her head and. carried them over to the house frame He took them onto the roof and. hammered them in place The couple was installing a roof with. corrugated metal sheeting provided by CARE, Six months after.
CARE visited, the couple, Nenita and, Nicolas are, proud to show. their completely, finished home, When Typhoon Haiyan struck their community in November 2013 their home was utterly. destroyed The couple lived with their two children in a makeshift house Nenita said she had a. sore back from hunching over all the time in their makeshift dwelling and they constantly banged. their heads on the ceiling, Nenita and Nicolas have been married for over 20 years and are committed to building their new. home together However it was difficult work as Nicolas needed to split his time earning money. working in the nearby rice fields and building their home Nicolas previously worked as a part. time carpenter so he is confident he can handle the shelter repair with his spouse He said he was. briefed on build back safer techniques from a community roving team that helps pass on lessons. Six months after CARE visited the couple Nenita and Nicolas are proud to show their completely. finished home As one of the most vulnerable households in their community the couple also. received higher amount of cash assistance from CARE to complete their home repair with strong. Nenita says they prioritized the completion of the repair by devoting quality time and effort She. also ensured that the money they received was spent wisely on shelter repair materials. TYPHOON HAIYAN RESPONSE ONE YEAR REPORT November 2014. Livelihoods recovery, Eastern Visayas was the second poorest region in the Philippines before November 2013 When. families even poorer and more vulnerable than before The worst affected were landless. fishermen and farmers Some 30 000 fishing boats were destroyed and approximately 1 million. tons of crops were lost Over a third of families also lost their livestock Finding the will and way. to restart their livelihoods would be the biggest challenge of the region Typhoon Haiyan swept. across the region it caused extensive damage to livelihoods leaving rural. As part of the early recovery and reconstruction, Support to effort CARE initiated a livelihoods assistance.
organised program aimed at the most vulnerable families in. Increasing market linkages, villages assisted under the food distribution and. Women emergency shelter program CARE was one of, enterprise the first to start livelihoods support in April 2014. Support is provided at three levels 1 at, household level in the form of livelihoods cash. livelihoods grants 2 support to women entrepreneurs 3. cash grant support to organized community groups CARE. uses the market and value chain approach to, strengthen communities links to the local. market see left, Household cash grants, CARE targeted families in 17 affected municipalities in.
8 Leyte 1 Western Samar and 8 Panay CARE, selected the most vulne. Typhoon Haiyan Emergency and Recovery Response One year on November 2014 TYPHOON HAIYAN RESPONSE ONE YEAR REPORT November 2014 Strongest storm in history Super Typhoon Haiyan one of the strongest storms ever recorded in the world plowed across the central Philippines on November 8 2013 The lethal combination of 175 mph winds and heavy rains brought unprecedented devastation An

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