Many areas of the Philippines are prone to natural disasters, especially typhoons that result in flooding, damaged homes and farmlands, and losses of income. Since 2009, we have made it our priority to provide aid and assistance to affected communities. Beyond immediate relief, MicroMissions works with non-profit organizations that provide the knowledge and resources communities need to make them more resilient to future disasters.
Our CSR arm, employees, and clients have donated cash, clothing, grocery items, and hygiene kits to victims of super typhoons. For example, in November 2013, Typhoon Yolanda (internationally known as Haiyan) caused devastation in 36 provinces and displaced 340,000 people. This saw the biggest relief operations that MicroSourcing has ever mobilized. With the help of MicroSourcing management, employee volunteers, clients, shareholders, and the CSR department, P3,065,239.82 was raised to support the relief and rehabilitation of affected communities. MicroMissions partnered with:
Visiting Affected Communities
Dealing with the after-effects of natural disasters and coping through recovery are very difficult. Whenever possible, we visit typhoon-hit areas to personally show our support to the Filipinos affected. In 2011, MicroSourcing volunteers traveled to Cagayan de Oro to distribute family packs to victims of Typhoon Sendong (internationally known as Tropical Storm Washi).
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