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1 Philippines Typhoon Response CCA Joint Implementation CLWR / ERDO / WRenew

2 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ Working with volunteers from the Christian Reformed Church of the Philippines

3 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ World Renew was there within 17 days, providing emergency NFIs (Phase I)

4 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ Working with local CRCP leadership, 6 municipalities on the 3 islands were identified

5 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ  Panay and Tacloban offices, December 2013  Eastern Samar office Mar 2014 (UN compound)

6 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ Phase 2  Harry and Annie Bergshoeff  Harry and Greta Harsevoort  Bernie Schaaf Phase 3  Ron and Lauris Fuller  Dwayne Neinhuis (no photo)  John and Hilda Van Gyssel

7 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ ERDO and CLWR are both partnering with World Renew’s next phases:  Phase II: $ 145,000 combined  Phase III: $ 300,000 combined

8 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ ERDO visited January 19 – 23 CLWR visit planned Jun 15-18

9 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ Nov 17 th to Dec 14 th Jan th 2014

10 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ  Before project activities, staff posted beneficiary lists in communities (transparency)  Cell-phone number was included for community members to contact World Renew  Provided opportunity for them to ask questions or to report irregularities (Complaint mechanism).  Helped to finalize the list, ensuring that only one name was listed for each household

11 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ 8276 Households received: Stoves Cooking supplies – pots and dishes Sleeping mats Wash basins, large buckets, towels Solar flashlights Generators In Phase II (Dec-March 2014), World Renew provided more NFIs:

12 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ 25 community generators powered street lights, and daycares, providing safety and security, recharging of cel phones

13 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ Trauma counseling is a critical component of this outreach Phase II: Stress debriefing seminars were held for 67 community leaders along with World Renew COs - They were then trained in psychological first aid to recognize signs of trauma and provide counseling

14 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ .. Phase III: Follow-up PSS training focused on identifying child victims of trauma and signs of trauma to look for. Three child stress debriefing sessions held.

15 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ Phase III: 3 more Stress Debriefing Workshops More sessions yet to come.

16 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ  Phase II: Cash for Work (CfW) was included on this project because everyone’s livelihood was destroyed - “EMERGENCY EMPLOYMENT”  US$ 250,000 was programmed in CfW activities in order to boost the purchasing power of families  Community leadership was involved from the beginning to decide what community projects would be most helpful

17 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ Length of work varied from 5 to 10 to 12 days (as some had received CFW from another NGO).

18 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ COMMUNITY PROJECTS 4155 HH participated

19 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ  Many positive outcomes, including:  Towns were beautified  Repairs made to community buildings  15 homes of elderly people repaired  700 meters of roads repaired

20 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ  Many positive outcomes, including:  8.7 km of creeks, 6km drainage ditches, 17.5 km streets, 4.6 hectares cleared of debris  40 community gardens across 11.5 hectares  Debris cleared from market and part of airport areas  A town water line was extended to provide water to remote areas

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24  “The CFW project not only had immediate benefits, but it also restored and healed groups of friends, neighbors and families.  After the devastation caused by the typhoon, it was therapeutic for people to restore the village in which they lived and reclaim what was taken from them.  With their earnings, people bought nutritious foods for their families, purchased medicine, started small businesses, and purchased materials to rebuild damaged housing. ”

25 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ Phase III: Rehabilitation of 508 fishing livelihoods

26 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ Phase III: reconstruction, typhoon resistant shelter (up to 250 kms / hour)

27 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ Prototype: 1915 completely reconstructed, or repaired

28 Living Justice, Loving Mercy, Serving Christ “Little by little we recover. We do not know how long it will take to recover. We think more than a year. But the Word of God gives us hope. Agencies like World Renew that have come to help us have also given us hope to rebuild our lives.” -Joey Tapa, Camote Community Leader

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