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2 The First Stage of the PCT Rescue and Settlement Mission

3 Formation of the First (Reconstruction & Caring) Stage GA Executive Center Rescue and Reconstruction Stations GA Committee Vice CEO: Revs. Ko & Sing Olam, Ecumenical Relations: Rev. Hu HC Treasurer: Elders Pai & Lin Volunteer Coord.: Rev. Tan Hotek Chief Executive: Rev. Andrew Chang, CEO.: Rev. Lyim, Hontiong Executing staff: Ms. Chang, MY Rev. Omi Wilang 7.Nantou Hsin-yi Station 3.South Bunun Station 8.Tainan Station 9.Paiwan Station 6.Mt. Ali Station 5.Drekay Station 4.Chishan Station 1.Tai-ma-li Station 2.Ping-tong Station The Coordinator, Rev. Lian-Syian Chioh

4 Division of Tasks GA Committee Receiving information on rescue and reconstruction; setting up the policy on reconstruction; and is accountable to the General Assembly GA Executive Center In charge of conforming, coordinating and executing practical rescue and reconstruction undertakings, and is accountable to the General Assembly Executive Committee.

5 Supporting units for each rescue and reconstruction station 1)Tai-ma-li Station: All presbyteries and districts in eastern Taiwan and Seven Stars Presbytery. 2)Ping-tong Station: Ping-tong and Tai-chung Presbyteries. 3)South Bunun Station: Shou-shan and West Amis Presbyteries. 4)Chishan Station: Kao-hsiung and Taipei Presbyteries. 5)Drekay Station: Chang-hua, Seven Starts, and Hsinchu Presbyteries. 6)Mt. Ali Station: Chiayi, Taipei, and Tayal Presbyteries. 7)Nantou Hsin-yi Station: Hakka Presbytery and Sejiq District. 8)Tainan Station: Tainan Presbytery. 9)Paiwan Station: Ping-tong Presbytery.

6 The map of all Rescue and Reconstruction Stations Nantou Hsin-yi Station Tai-ma-li Station Drekay Station Paiwan Station Chishan Station Mt. Ali Station South Bunun Station Tainan Station Ping-tong Station

7 1.Collected information to ascertain the damage in every district; based on the presbytery and district, promptly established rescue and support systems; organized by the Church and Society Committee, set up nine rescue and reconstruction stations in the affected areas to carry out rescue missions. 2.Sent a pastoral letter to all member churches and ecumenical partners. 3.Requested all unaffected presbyteries and districts to recruit volunteers to help cleaning. 4.Assigned each unaffected presbytery or district to support a specific affected presbytery or district in personnel and daily necessities. 5. Set temporary residences for the victims and held worships of consolation with them. 6.Contacted MacKay Memorial Hospital, Chang-hua Christian Hospital, and Sin-lau Christian Hospital so they could provide medical and counseling services for the victims. 7.Encouraged monetary donations domestically and internationally. 8.Established a special website to report the activities and progress of the PCT rescue and reconstruction. 9.Started working on mid and long term plan. PCT The priorities implemented in the first stage rescue mission PCT The priorities implemented in the first stage rescue mission

8 The Second Stage of the PCT Reconstruction & Caring The Second Stage of the PCT Reconstruction & Caring

9 Formation of the Second (Reconstruction & Caring) Stage GA Executive Center Reconstruction and Caring Stations (Responsibility of each presbytery or district) GA Committee Vice CEO: Rev. Sing Olam, Ecumenical Relations: Rev. Hu Hong-Chi Treasurer: Elder Pai TH Information: Rev. Chen Yih-Ming CEO: Rev. Lyim, Hontiong Executing staff: Rev. Tiat-Gan Ng Rev. Omi Wilang 1.Taitung Station 2.Paiwan Station Coordinator, Rev. L. S. Chioh & Rev. Pusin Tali, Rev. Eng-Hong kho, Rev. Tek-Khiam Tiun, Rev. Chins-Hoa Chen, Elder. Phek-Tong Ng 4.South Bunun Station 5.Tsou District Station 3.Drekay District Station 6.Tribal Reconstruction Station

10 The map of Reconstruction and Caring Stations Taitung Station Drekay Station Paiwan Station Tsou Station South Bunun Station Tribal Reconstruction Station

11 [Shifting from early rescuing to mid- and long term reconstruction] Station Organization 2-3 Superintendent: The pastor who directs the caring committee in each presbytery, or district. Station Coordinator & Social worker & Administration staff.

12 1. In cooperation with the World Vision, the PCT will rebuild or repair the sanctuary, education center, or parsonage of 32 churches. 2.The PCT and the World Vision are working together in house rebuilding project. The World Vision will build houses, while the PCT is responsible for negotiations with the government on its rebuilding policy and the land where the houses can be built. There are about 2,500 houses to be built. 3.In cooperation with the Indigenous Peoples Action Coalition of Taiwan, the PCT has adopted and promoted building houses away from the disaster area but not the village; away from the village but not the homeland as the guiding principle. By doing so, the land, culture and livelihood of indigenous peoples will be preserved. 4.Issuing benevolent funds to the needy based on the discretion and approval of the Church and Society Committee. 5.Assisting each Reconstruction and Caring Station to draw up yearly plans for reconstruction program. The total yearly budget for each station is around $5 million TWD. ($1 USD is about $32 TWD) 6.The donations received for 8-8 (August 8 th ) flooding disaster will solely be used for reconstruction purpose. We estimate that it will take four years ( ) to complete the whole program. The Highlights of the Second Phase Reconstruction and Caring Program The Highlights of the Second Phase Reconstruction and Caring Program

13 Reconstruction of Churches

14 A.Churches 32 Churches B.Funds required About $32 million TWD (For repairing damaged churches) 1.Tsou District: Saviki, Lalauya, Niae Ucna, Tanpan, Tfuya, Sinvi, totally six churches. 2.Drekay District: Oponoho, Kongodavang, Talawane, Nunu, Karamumudesane, Kudrengere, Kucapungane, totally seven churches. 3.South Bunun Presbytery: Nabu-uana, Tanaucu, Masinghalan, Ming- chuan, Takanua, Masuhuaz, Lavulang, Ua-asik, Avi, Mizuhu, Haising, Kui-nung, totally twelve churches. 4.Paiwan Presbytery: Tawalng, Duvkuvlj, Kingdalwan, Tavatawang, Ulaluc, Shu-hai, totally 6 churches. 5.East Paiwan Presbytery: Cailan church. Notes: 1.Some churches have not submitted complete reports. 2.Most of the churches require funds for repair. 3.Some churches will rebuild on the same location. 4.World Vision and the PCT will work together on this project.

15 Rebuilding Houses

16 1.The PCT and World Vision are working together on this project. 2.The site of building is pending on the investigation of the intensity of damage in the area. 3.The PCT is responsible for negotiating with the government; World Vision is in charge of construction. 4.The total number of houses to build is 2,500. The total cost will be $2 billion NTD. We are still short $500 million NTD. 5.Our guiding principle is to build away from the disaster area but not the village; away from the village but not the homeland. We are doing our best in negotiating with the government in accordance with this principle. 6.At present, there are four proposed sites for rebuilding: 1) Pao-san Tribe, 2) Nansalu plateau. 3) Chin-ho Plateau (these three sites are in Kao-hsiung County), and 4) Chang-chih old army base (in Ping-tong County). 1.The PCT and World Vision are working together on this project. 2.The site of building is pending on the investigation of the intensity of damage in the area. 3.The PCT is responsible for negotiating with the government; World Vision is in charge of construction. 4.The total number of houses to build is 2,500. The total cost will be $2 billion NTD. We are still short $500 million NTD. 5.Our guiding principle is to build away from the disaster area but not the village; away from the village but not the homeland. We are doing our best in negotiating with the government in accordance with this principle. 6.At present, there are four proposed sites for rebuilding: 1) Pao-san Tribe, 2) Nansalu plateau. 3) Chin-ho Plateau (these three sites are in Kao-hsiung County), and 4) Chang-chih old army base (in Ping-tong County).

17 Benevolent Funds

18 Benevolent funds Date:June 22, 2010 TWD

19 Cost of Living Allowance for Ministers & Scholarship for Theological Students

20 The distribution of benevolent funds is based on the list supplied by every Reconstruction Station and Theological Seminaries. The distribution of benevolent funds is based on the list supplied by every Reconstruction Station and Theological Seminaries. 1.Cost of Living Allowance: $25,000 TWD per month, granted to 34 indigenous ministers and 3 ministers in the plain area. 2.Scholarship for Theological Students (tuition and living allowances), granted to 1 student in Taiwan Theological College and Seminary, 5 in Tainan, and 16 in Yu-shan. 3.The estimated duration of distribution is 3 years (from August, 2009, to July, 2012). 1.Cost of Living Allowance: $25,000 TWD per month, granted to 34 indigenous ministers and 3 ministers in the plain area. 2.Scholarship for Theological Students (tuition and living allowances), granted to 1 student in Taiwan Theological College and Seminary, 5 in Tainan, and 16 in Yu-shan. 3.The estimated duration of distribution is 3 years (from August, 2009, to July, 2012).

21 The Financial Report of the 8-8 (Morakot) Flooding Reconstruction Funds

22 Date:August 3, 2010 Countiune on next page The Financial Report of the 8-8(Morakot) Flooding Reconstruction Funds The Financial Report of the 8-8(Morakot) Flooding Reconstruction Funds

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24 The Financial Report of the 8-8(Morakot) Flooding Reconstruction Funds The Financial Report of the 8-8(Morakot) Flooding Reconstruction Funds Note: It looks like there still is quite a bit of money left in the account. It is because we have not started spending money in the reconstruction of houses and repair of damaged churches. We have recently signed an agreement with the municipal government of Ping-tung County to build 108 houses, at the cost of $2 million TWD each, and there also are 9 churches to repair or rebuild. The total cost will be $300 million TWD. ($1 USD is about $32 TWD.) Total funds required for reconstruction 1,108,000,000 TWD Funds already raised by the PCT 256,765,359 TWD

25 The Program Proposals of Each Reconstruction and Caring Station in 2010 The Emphasis of Programs: Tutorship, Production Development, Music Therapy, Daycare, Youth, Festival Celebrations, Refashioning policy

26 Tribal Reconstruction and Caring Station The emphasis of this station is on examining the policies concerning the welfare of the indigenous people and tribes.. Analysis of Policies. Analysis of Policies 1.Analyzing government policies on reconstruction. 2.Support tribal organizations in the striving of their rights and welfare. 3.Taking part in NGO related meetings to promote indigenous rights and welfare.. Connecting Tribal Organizations. Connecting Tribal Organizations 1.Promote the establishment of Tribal Self-deliverance Coalition. 2.Setting up a joint office.. Tribal (Housing) Reconstruction Activities. Tribal (Housing) Reconstruction Activities 1.Promote and assist homeland reconstruction endeavors. 2.In cooperation with the Indigenous Ministry Committee, publish a yearly journal. 3.Prepare a handbook on tribal reconstruction. 4.Hold workshops and symposium.

27 Tribal Reconstruction and Caring Station * The office of this special station is in the town of Chi-shan, Kao-hsiung County. The main functions of this station are: 1)to analyze and evaluate the reconstruction policies of the government, 2)to connect with all non-government organizations, 3)to safeguard the rights and welfare of the residents in the reconstruction zones by sending letters to newspaper editors, petitioning, protesting, holding news conferences, and attending public hearing at the Legislative Yuan etc.

28 Drekay Reconstruction and Caring Station Spiritual Reconstruction Life Reconstruction and Industrial Development 1.Caring for pre-school children. 2.Life education camp for youth. 3.Holding symposium on How to assist tribes that are affected by disasters. 4.Conducting a childrens camp in Vuday Village. 5.Conducting a winter camp for young people in aramumudesane Village. 6.Conducting a camp for children and youth in Kucapungane Village. 7.Holding a drawing contest on My ideal tribe. 8.Convening Christmas celebration in Vuday. 1.Plan to hold training sessions to revive traditional industry. 2.Plan to make a circuit exhibition of traditional arts. 3.Plan to rehabilitate farmland in the aftermath of disaster. 4.Plan to promote the traditional art of pottery making. 5.Plan to promote the traditional art of woodcarving and decoration.

29 South Bunun Reconstruction and Caring Station Spiritual Reconstruction Life Reconstruction and Industrial Development 1.Music training for young people and children. 2.Singing class for women and elderly to relieve life pressures. 3.Classes to teach traditional arts, such as weaving and carving. 4.Inviting tribal elders to share stories (oral history). 5.Celebrating Mothers Day. 6.Celebrating Christmas. 1.Plan to lay water pipes to bring in water from reservoir. 2.Plan to promote sale of agricultural productivities online.

30 Paiwan Reconstruction and Caring Station Spiritual Reconstruction Life Reconstruction and Industrial Development 1.Easy Go camp, a Life Education activity. 2.Accompanying children in after school hours. 3.Caring for senior citizens. 4.Workshop for caregivers/Symposium on immediate issues. 5.Holding a Peace and Thanksgiving Service to commemorate the first anniversary of Morakot disaster. 1.Plan to hold training workshops for tribal productivity personnel. 2.Plan to hold learning and emulation sessions for tribal productivity development. 3.Plan to reconstruct water supply system in the affected areas. 4.Plan to advertise and promote products.

31 Spiritual Reconstruction Life Reconstruction and Industrial Development 1.Ceremony of thanksgiving offering. 2.Lighting Christmas lights. 3.Joint Easter service. 4.Holding a commemorating and thanksgiving service for the first anniversary of Morakot flooding. 5.Holding camps for children, teenagers and youth. 1.Plan to hold training session for the members of agricultural committee. 2.Plan to hold training session for tribal women. 3.Plan to hold training session for tribal young people. 4.Engaging in the plan to prevent the occurrence of disaster. 5.Plan to reconstruct tribal water supply system. 6.Sponsored by the Kwang-da Scholarship Foundation, the station plans to offer scholarship and establish a mobile library. 7.Plan to proceed with the second stage of agricultural re-farming. Tsou Tribe Reconstruction and Caring Station

32 Spiritual Reconstruction Life Reconstruction and Industrial Development 1.Assisting children with their schoolwork: In Cailan, Fu- shan, and Litu areas. 2.Music therapy: In Cailan, Fu- shan, and Pacavac areas. 3.Spiritual healing ministry (with the help from MacKay Memorial Hospital, Tai-tung Branch.) 4.Practical spiritual healing (through horticulture.) 5.Camps for young people. Dark Hair Hog Garden of Hope – Cultural and Creative 1.Plan to promote industrial development. 2.Plan to restore the damaged farmland. 3.Plan to promote agricultural products and traditional handicrafts. 4.Plan to set up a coffee shop. 5.Plan to initiate a guided tour in the affected areas. Tai-tung Reconstruction and Caring Station

33 A Series of Activities in Commemorating the First Anniversary of Morakot Flooding

34 A Series of Activities in Commemorating the First Anniversary of Morakot Flooding A Series of Activities in Commemorating the First Anniversary of Morakot Flooding 1.Holding a symposium on The future of tribal development on August 2 nd and 3 rd, 2010, at Our Lady of Providence Girls High School in Hsin- dian, Taipei. 2.To express the extreme dissatisfaction on the government reconstruction policy and demanding the right of indigenous people to return to their homeland, there will be an overnight vigil in front of the Presidential Building in Taipei on August 6 th and 7 th, 2010.

35 A Series of Activities in Commemorating the First Anniversary of Morakot Flooding A Series of Activities in Commemorating the First Anniversary of Morakot Flooding 3.Memorial Service and Concert: a.Theme: A worship service and music concert in commemorating the first anniversary of Morakot flooding. b.Time: 2 – 4 p.m., Sunday, August 8 th, c.Place: National Nei-Pu Agricultural-Industrial Vocational High School in Ping-tung County. d.Open to all, especially the people residing in the affected areas. e.The service and concert is sponsored by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan, and co-sponsored by all the Reconstruction and Caring Stations mentioned above.


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