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Philippines

During Typhoon Yolanda on November 7th 2013 the Philippines was swept from east to west by winds of an average 170 m/h accompanied by gusts of more than 200 m/h. It is considered as the most intense typhoon of the season and one of the most violent ever recorded.

In regard to the obvious needs for socio-economic activities to resume and the various deployments of humanitarian aid, Triangle Génération Humanitaire carried out a study on different islands and targeted a zone remote from economic centres and humanitarian aid.

Completed Programmes

Assistance to populations affected by Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines – Samar Island, Sulangan Barangay village

Initial findings and key figures:
- Target zone: Sulangan Barangay, isolated village of 4,950 inhabitants
- Village to the extreme south of Samar very exposed during the typhoon
- Around 570 out of 630 boats destroyed

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 Expertise

Agro-Secu-Alimentaire Genie-Civil

 Key figures

 Beneficiaries: 3,373 people
 Duration: 15 months 01/2014 - 03/2015
 Budget: €353,572

 Funding

Logo MAE Logo FDF Canadian-Wilderness-Adventures
  • Funding : Fondation de France, Centre de crise du ministère des Affaires étrangères et européennes, Canadian Wilderness Adventures
  • Partners : Council Barangay Sulangan, Fishermen's Association Sulangan

1/ Initial findings and key figures:

  • Target zone: Sulangan Barangay, isolated village of 4,950 inhabitants
  • Village to the extreme south of Samar very exposed during the typhoon
  • Around 570 out of 630 boats destroyed

2/ Concrete achievements:

  • Resumption of fishing
    - Participative selection of most vulnerable beneficiaries
    - Recruitment of local boat builders
    - Revival of village fishing cooperative
    - Construction and equipping (motor and equipment) of baloto1 (6 meters) and bamboat2 (7,6 meters) – in total: 80 boats
  • Resumption of agriculture
    - Identification of better adapted crop varieties and animals with Philippine specialists
    - Distribution of cultivation material (seeds, tools, animals) to 350 vulnerable families dependent on agriculture before the typhoon
  • Continuous assessment of programme impact

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

Photos : Thomas Boudant / TGH

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1, 2,3 Traditional wooden fishing boats constructed locally by boatbuilders

Last updated February 12, 2015