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Disaster Relief Planning

Why We Do What We Do

The core activity of DSDR.org is to implement modular structures to meet the needs of disaster-prone communities, whether in anticipation of the event or post-disaster recovery and re-habilitation projects.

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Setting up the Loon Hospital Operating Theatre

A blow by blow account of the conception of the Loon Operating Theater as well as our efforts to transport and set it up, following the Bohol Earthquake and Typhoon Yolanda in December 2013.

Extending Aid Beyond the Short Term

While the immediate period following a natural disaster is undeniably the most critical moment for humanitarian intervention, the extended period after the initial aid provision is also vital.

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Victims of Yolanda

“Victims of Yolanda” was DSDR’s first collaboration with United Nations of Singapore (UNAS) is the coordination, collection and delivery of donated items for the children impoverished by Super Typhoon Yolanda.

The goods have arrived in Cebu port and is undergoing customs clearance before delivery to Bohol, as a follow to DSDR’s initial humanitarian project in […]

By |January 2nd, 2015|Announcements, Disaster Relief Planning|0 Comments