Rappler's latest stories on relief operations
People affected by Tropical Depression Usman need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
People affected by Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
Evacuees receive assistance in the form of family food packs, sleeping mats, and medicines
People affected by floods from the southwest monsoon need your support. This page shows how you can help.
The new Speaker of the House distributes relief goods to residents affected by heavy flooding in Sasmuan and Dinalupihan towns in Central Luzon
Should there be shortage of National Food Authority stocks, the DSWD says it will consider purchasing commercial rice, subject to regular procurement rules
Each Metro Manila local government unit will contribute at least P500,000 to a common fund for the evacuees. Emergency response personnel are also set for deployment.
Families staying in the 76 evacuation centers in Albay will also get temporary employment
(UPDATED) People affected by Mayon Volcano threats need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
'This EU contribution underlines our commitment to the people of the Philippines, many of whom have suffered great losses as a result of Tropical Storm Vinta and are in dire need of immediate assistance,' said EU's Christos Stylianides.
China joins Japan in committing to aid Davao City after two tragedies affected its residents just before Christmas
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte says they plan to distribute a second batch of food packs on December 30 to 31 in anticipation of New Year's Eve
The City Information Office urges donors to either drop their donations at the City Hall or directly give them to victims in coordination with evacuation center managers to ensure orderly distribution of relief goods
(UPDATED) People affected by Tropical Storm Vinta need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
Caritas Palo, the humanitarian arm of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Palo, distributes relief goods in remote Biliran towns
(UPDATED) DSWD says it, together with local government units, has provided P718,995 worth of assistance to those affected by the typhoon
At least 3,666 families with 18,330 dependents in 17 coastal barangays are displaced due to the massive floods and storm surge in Zamboanga City
The welfare department says at least 221 families or 924 persons were affected by the heavy downpour and flooding caused by Maring which hit Luzon as a tropical depression
A total of 1 837 families or 9 185 persons living in Leyte are displaced by the earthquake
I want to help the victims because I was also a victim says MSU Marawi student Edward Borres who fled his city with fellow students two days after the clashes began
The DSWD thanks the many groups and individuals who continue to send goods and cash to victims of the Marawi conflict
A young Maranao student volunteer in an evacuation center in Iligan City builds a bridge of solidarity between Muslim and Christian evacuees and responders
The DSWD continues to assist the affected families both in the evacuation centers and those staying outside evacuation centers Social Secretary Judy Taguiwalo says
UPDATED Those interested to help may send in kind or cash donations to the Department of Social Welfare and Development
The Department of Social Welfare and Development says it will provide assistance even to evacuees staying in their neighbors or relatives houses
The Riga family and neighbors in Balo i town in Lanao del Norte bring food and water to people forced to take the 32 kilometer journey from Marawi City to Iligan City many on foot
A total of P1 3 billion worth of stockpile and standby funds are also available according to the Department of Social Welfare and Development
Punta sila sa mga nakaupo nating local government officials at sa ating mga DSWD focal persons humingi ng tamang instructions says DSWD Undersecretary Hope Hervilla
UPDATED Here s how you can help residents of Marawi City amid clashes between the Philippine military and local terrorists
Food water blankets and tents are provided for the residents affected by the twin earthquakes
The NPA s ceasefire covers the whole province of Surigao del Norte and the towns of Cabadbaran Tubay Jabonga and Santiago in Agusan Del Norte
Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo also calls on the public to report irregularities in the distribution of relief goods
Vice President Leni Robredo is coordinating her office s relief operations for Typhoon Nina even while in the US for a family reunion according to her spokesperson
In the aftermath of Super Typhoon Lawin Haima members of some of the hardest hit communities and volunteers are coming together for relief and recovery efforts
With P37 billion in its calamity fund the Philippines should focus on simplifying and speeding up the process of releasing money for disaster hit areas says Senator Ralph Recto
Hindi tayo dapat maging pala asa at pala hingi sa mga dayuhang gobyerno kung kaya nating tumindig sa sariling paa says Social Welfare and Development Secretary Judy Taguiwalo
Food housing and solar lamps are now among the immediate needs of the typhoon victims
Sign up here if you or your organization wish to help in packing additional relief goods for those affected by Super Typhoon Lawin
The DSWD says there are enough supplies for affected families but distribution is difficult in far flung areas
Information is power and we want this power to be used by Filipinos so they themselves can find means to prepare for calamities and help themselves immediately when calamities strike says DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo
DSWD provides guidelines on how Filipinos can help those who are displaced by heavy rains
The Department of Social Welfare and Development and its 17 field offices has a total of P956 057 439 20 6 million in standby funds which could be used to purchase emergency relief supplies
USAID discovers a network of commercial vendors NGO employees and others allegedly engaged in bribery and kickback schemes
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The President warns those in affected areas not to return to their homes yet as heavier rains are expected Monday night until Tuesday October 20
UPDATED MovePH Rappler s civic engagement arm is crowdsourcing ongoing relief operations for Typhoon Lando victims to show where you can help out
Evacuees at Dr Arcadio Santos National High School and Tenement Elementary School need clothes blanket and easy to cook food
Volunteers are encouraged to help in the repacking of goods in the field offices of affected areas
You can donate to international organizations listed here to help the victims of the massive earthquake in Nepal
UPDATED Troops have cleared a major road in Jiabong town early Sunday afternoon December 7 paving the way for relief operations