MAYON ALERT: Help Our Fellow Bicolano Evacuees

Here’s a compilation of recent tweets and retweets on how to help our fellow Bicolano evacuees. Please note that these are copied as is. Let us know if there has been a misinformation and we’ll do our best to rectify them immediately.

For more updates, please visit this article by Tonyo Cruz on Asian Correspondent.

WHAT IS NEEDED

  • Sleeping mats and blankets are needed. It’s very cold here at night and early morning. [via @bicolanodevil] [12/22]
  • They need medicine, food, water. [via @pmcalara] [12/17 00:49]

WHERE TO SEND / DROP OFF RELIEF GOODS

  • Bicol Movement for Disaster Response (BMDR): Encarnacion Bldg., Rizal St., Barangay 17, Legaspi City or call 0907-9500464. You may also contact Tess at 0908-6199038 [via @pmcalara] [12/16 08:39]
  • Citizens Disaster Response Center: 72-A Times St., West Triangle, Quezon City or contact Caloy 0915-9407092. [via @pmcalara] [12/23 09:28]
  • Center for Health and Development: 5 Examiner St., West Triangle, Quezon City
  • Krus na Ligas: 2nd floor, Barangay Hall, Diliman Quezon City or contact 0907-9500464 or 0903-317225
    [via @pmcalara] [12/23 11:50]
  • Red Cross Albay-Legaspi Chapter: Gov. Locsin corner Maria Clara Sts., Legaspi City or call 052-481-3638
  • Tarabang Para sa Bicol Inc.: 49 1st Park Subd, Bgy Sagpon, Daraga, Albay or call 052-4832453 and 0929-7026602
  • World Vision: URGENT! Affected Mayon families need your help this Christmas. Call 374-7652 for donations. [via @WorldVisionPH] [12/21]
  • 45 K-7 St.,West Kamias, Quezon City

WHERE TO SEND MONETARY DONATIONS

UPDATES / ALERTS

  • Mayon Alert level changed from 4 to 3. Evacuees can go back within km7 to km8 danger zone but not within km6 permanent danger zone. [via @pmcalara] [01/02 15:49]
  • Ashfall from restive Mayon hits 3 Albay towns: http://bit.ly/8Z5xlW [via @gmanewstv] [12/23 01:01]
  • Alert level 4. [via @pmcalara] [12/20 21:16]
  • Mayon volcano hazard maps – http://bit.ly/5Ncr7H [via @bicolanodevil] [12/20 16:45]
  • Philippine Red Cross coordinated with Smart Communications for possible “LIBRENG TAWAG” in all evacuation centers in Albay. [via @philredcross] [12/17 18:54]
  • Alert level 3 raised in Mayon [via @NBN_Ch4] [12/14 20:40]

EVACUATION

  • 6.457 people cramped at evacuation center in Camalig, Albay. [via @pmcalara] [12/23 12:43]
  • 8, 319 evacuees at Daraga, Albay. [via @pmcalara] [12/23 12:39]
  • Mayon Alert: at least 44,934 evacuees. [via @pmcalara] [12/20 21:16]
  • Mayon Alert: infectious diseases are posing a big worry for evacuees [via @bicolanodevil, @pmcalara] [12/20 16:22]
  • 37,000+ people evacuated near Mayon volcano. [via @tonyocruz] [12/18 18:17]
  • They will be all needing help soon. They are already cut from their livelihoods. inabandoned na nila farms nila [via @bicolanodevil] [12/18 07:31]
  • MAYON alert: 1,823 evacuees at Bañadero, Daraga, Albay. [via @pmcalara] [12/18 06:37]
  • Red Cross 143 volunteers in Albay Chapter are still evacuating the families near Mayon. Call us at 527-0000 or dial 143. [via @philredcross] [12/17 18:39]
  • MAYON alert: 6,700 evacuees in Daraga, Albay. They need medicine, food, water. [via @pmcalara] [12/17 00:49]
  • 1,801 families evacuated in Camalig, Albay. [via @pmcalara] [12/16 08:38]
  • Affected barangays: 56;  families: 26,178. [via @pmcalara] [12/15 19:56]
  • 910 evacuess fr0m Magapo, Tabaco now at San Antonio e/s [via @pmcalara] [12/15 16:32]

GOVERNMENT ACTION

  • Miscommunication between provincial government and DSWD Legaspi was in Bagumbayan evacuation center. [via @pmcalara] [12/23 11:36]
  • We have to confirm reports that 5kg rice/famly/day from the government is not fully by the evacuees at Gogon evacuation center, Legaspi City. [via @pmcalara] [12/23 08:27]
  • “Govt [must] make it clear they wl help farmers recover aftr the danger or the eruption has passed.” http://bit.ly/55Bwp3 [via @almeldiel] [12/22]
  • DOH advising a maximum of 20-25 person per classroom to prevent over crowding and possible swine flu spread [via @bicolanodevil] [12/20 17:34]

Updated as of 4 January 2010, 7:43 PM.

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