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Tropical Storm Nalgae (Paeng) Relief

Support local typhoon relief and recovery efforts in the Philippines


Issue AreaDisaster

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Tropical storm Nalgae, locally known as Paeng, made landfall in the Philippines on October 29, 2022, with torrential rains and strong winds, followed by flashflood and landslides in various parts of the Country. This is the 16th tropical cyclone to form in the Philippines this season. During the weekend of October 29, hundreds of people evacuated to nearby churches and temporary evacuation centers. The storm made landfall five times, with the worst hit area in the Bangsamoro region of Mindanao island. A recent report from the National Disaster Management Council (NDRRMC) reported that the number of casualties reached 98 people dead, 63 people missing, and 69 injured. Storm Nalgae affected nearly 2 million people, and almost a million were internally displaced. More than 300 thousand people are staying in 4,000 evacuation centers in the affected regions.

The storm exited the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on October 31, 11 AM local time.


Immediate needs identified by our partners working on the ground include:
Family food packs, clean water, household items, medical commodities (drugs, medicines, hygiene kits), and evacuation center support such as tents/ blankets.


Caritas Manila
Caritas is currently on the ground to support the affected communities. The churches have been used as shelters for the affected communities. Caritas delivers food packs, bedding materials, and wash kits and prepares for distributing shelter repair kits.

Philippine Business for Social Progress

PBSP is raising funds to assemble family packs and student and teacher kits for those affected by the typhoon. Each family pack costs $26.00 each and contains the following items: Blankets, 10 kilos of rice, ½ kilo brown sugar, 50g coffee, 1 pack biscuits, 5 cans sardines, 5 cans corned beef, ½ kilo salt, 6L bottled water, and 1 pc bath soap. Student and Teacher kits cost $9.00 each which has a pencils, notebook, paper, and a raincoat for the student; and Manila paper, pen, and umbrella for the teacher.

Save the Children Philippines

The Partner has monitored the initial impact of the typhoon across its program areas in Mindanao. On October 28, a response team was immediately deployed in Maguindanao to conduct assessment. 200 children from Dinaig Elementary School in Maguindanao were provided with learning and essential hygiene items. Save the Children Philippines is also distributing relief and water kits to affected children and families in Western Visayas and BARMM. The Partner is seeking support to reach wider population.

Give2Asia expects to receive more updates from our local partners, as the storm’s impact is still severe in many parts of the country. We closely monitor the situation and will provide updates as soon as they become available.

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