Monthly Archives: December 2012

‘HABAGAT’ REPORT: From Relief to Evangelism to Bible Training

Four months ago (August 2012), 3 days of unprecedented heavy rain caused floods that killed more than 130 people, affected more than 3.7 million individuals, displaced close to a million persons and damaged more than 9,000 houses in Manila and … Continue reading

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‘SENDONG’ REPORT: From Relief to Rehabilitation to Church Planting

A year ago, December 17, 2011, 1:30 in the morning, typhoon Sendong (international codename: Washi) brought flash floods to our region (Northern Mindanao) that killed more than 1,200 people, injured close to 2,000 and left more than 1,500 missing. According … Continue reading

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Serving the Double Evacuees of Washi (2011) and Bopha (2012)

Eleven months and 19 days after Washi (Sendong) brought death and devastation to our city, a more than twice stronger superstorm Bopha (local name: Pablo) slammed into our island (Mindanao) yesterday (Tuesday, December 4) with 210-kilometer (130-mile) per hour gusts, … Continue reading

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