Distribution Trips

Here’s the list of activities completed by One for Iligan. This note will be constantly updated. We will be adding additional information, links for photos and docs soon.

 

Thank you so much to all our donors, sponsors, and volunteers!

December 17:
launching of ONE FOR ILIGAN campaign

December 18:
San Lorenzo Ruiz Parish Church: gave cartons to serve as temporary mats for evacuees
San Lorenzo Ruiz Parish Church: gave 100 packs of dinner + water

December 19:
highway area of Sta. Filomena: survey and initial assessment
Franciscan Seminary House: initial assessment
Luinab Elementary School: gave 300 packs (dinner) + water to evacuees

December 20 [1] [2]
Purok Adelfa, Lambaguhon: OneForIligan Volunteers with some Iligan Bloggers went to survey parts of Brgy. Lambaguhon bringing Arroz Caldo, drinking water, and serving more than 150 people. Brought 50pcs of sleeping mats (double size) and 50pcs. blankets , one for each family.. 40 houses were destroyed in the flood.
Sta. Filomena (Iligan City East High School): Iligan Bloggers, along with some volunteers, went to the evacuation center of Brgy. Sta. Felomina, bringing 300 packs of cooked dinner as well as clean drinking water.

December 21: [1] [2]
Teams were organized for an integrated approach to visitation of evacuation centers. Orientation of volunteers for field survey and assessment of evacuation centers were conducted. Evaluation sheets, survey sheets, and patient assessment forms were provided to team leader.
San Lorenzo Ruiz Parish Church: 100 packed lunch + drinking water were distributed

December 22 [1] [2]
Calda Pizza: Sorting of relief goods received from Iliganon sa Manila, Inc.
Tubod Elementary School (Mangga): Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc., along with several volunteers, visited Tubod Elementary School to provide healthcare services by our nurse volunteers, conduct assessment survey to identify their immediate needs, and give cooked lunch and drinking water to the evacuees. Distributed 100 packed meals
Purok Manuang, Tubod: site inspection and initial assessment

December 23 [1] [2]
Purok 9-A, Bayug:Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc., along with volunteers, visited Purok 9-A Bayug, Brgy Hinaplanon, to provide healthcare services, conduct assessment survey to identify immediate needs, and give lunch and used clothes to approximately 400 evacuees. Most victims are residents of Purok 9-A,some victims are from Neupoda, Sto. Rosario and as far as Bagong Silang.
Iligan City East High School (Kabugason). The school is being used for shelter by the some victims who lost their homes, though the place was not listed as one of the evacuation centers. Volunteers provided healthcare services, conducted assessment survey to identify immediate needs, and food to approximately 250 evacuees.
Gave food to people along the highway.

December 24:
JAL Memorial School: 129 party bags were prepared for the kids at the evacuation center at JAL Memorial School. Our youngest volunteers at age 1yr 3mo old with two other kids spent the day with us helping out with the packing for the children that may have lost their homes but will not loss Christmas.. Along with medical assistance and cooked packed meals and relief goods, Iligan Bloggers, Inc. with blogger friends from Manila and the One For Iligan volunteers to extend a little of Christmas to these evacuees.

December 25 [1][2]
Barina-ut:Random toy giving and other items to share to kids along the National Highway in Barina-ut. []
41st Mechanized Infantry (Kulbahinam) Company / 4th Mechanized Infantry (Kalasag) Battalion, LAD, PA: Shared spaghetti and buko salad for the soldiers who have unceasingly helped the victims of TS Sendong

December 26
Sorting of relief goods
Evac center visitation. Assessment for needs of portalets

December 27:
Sorting of relief goods

December 28: [1][2][3
Barina-ut: Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc, along with One for Iligan volunteers, visited Barinaut along National Highway in Brgy. Hinaplanon and distributed household items including pail, dipper, laddle, 4 sets of eating utensils (plates, glasses, spoons and forks), and four 500-mL bottled water. A volunteer nurses also provided healthcare services to the residents.
Brgy. Santiago: Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc, along with One for Iligan volunteers, visited Brgy. Santiago for initial assessment and identification of immediate needs.
Orchids Subd.: Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc, along with One for Iligan volunteers, visited Orchids Subd, one of the most severely affected areas in Iligan City.

December 29: [1][2]
Purok 1, Hinaplanon: Over 100 families on site were provided with household items including items of balde (pail), tabo (dipper), luwag (laddle), and 4pcs of plates, glasses, and pairs of spoons and forks, with 4 bottles of drinking water. A medical mission was also conducted with Dr. Villamor along with volunteer nurses.
Lambaguhon; Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc, along with One for Iligan volunteers, went back to Purok Adelfa to deliver household items to the 13 families who were not given during the group’s Dec 20 visit.

December 30
Purok 9, Bayug: Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc, with One for Iligan volunteers, went to Purok 9 Bayug bringing household items (pail, dipper, laddle, 4 sets of eating utensils [plates, glasses, spoons and forks]) and 4 bottles of drinking water. Dr. Padate and Dr. Villamor joined us in our medical mission to attend to the health needs of the residents. Tambo Highway

December 31 [1][2]
Green Village – Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc., along with One for Iligan volunteers, visited Green Village in Dao, Hinaplanon bringing household items (pails, small basins, 4 sets of eating utensils [plates, glasses, spoons and forks], laddle, detergent bar), four bottles of drinking water. Household items from UNICEF, containing water container, plastic pail, plastic dipper, wash soaps and water purification tablets, were also distributed to the residents. Thank you to the donors, sponsors, and volunteers!
Purok 3-A, Dao, Hinaplanon – Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc., along with One for Iligan volunteers, visited Purok 3A Dao (Pioneer Village) bringing household items (pails, small basins, 4 sets of eating utensils [plates, glasses, spoons and forks], laddle, detergent bar), four bottles of drinking water.

January 2
Hinaplanon (in front of square garden): Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc., along with One for Iligan volunteers, visited Brgy. Hinaplanon, bringing household items including water container (with water purification tablets) through UNICEF, pail, brush, steel wool, detergent bars, bath soaps, malong) and four bottles of water and 3 pcs of Sky Flakes. Toys were also given to the kids who patiently waited with their parents in line. Snacks (water and crackers) distributed to the workers cleaning up the highway.

January 3
Purok 5 & 5-a, Tambo – Iligan Bloggers Society, along with One for Iligan volunteers visited Purok 5 Tambo for relief distribution. Household items were distributed to the residents. Some residents of Purok 6 Tambo were also given some relief goods.

January 4
Mahayahay: Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc, along with One for Iligan volunteers, visited Brgy Mahayahay, bringing household items, some food items, and drinking water. A medical mission with Dr. Eratosthenes Polito and volunteer nurses was also conducted, serving over a hundred patients.

January 5 [1][2][3]
Purok 6 & 7 Tambo: Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc, with One for Iligan volunteers, visited Purok 6 & 7 Tambo, Brgy Hinaplanon, bringing household items [pail/basin, plastic dippers, detergent bars, bath soaps, brush and steel wool] to the residents. Thank you donors, sponsors and volunteers!
Tent City: Shortly after the relief operations at Purok 6 and 7 Tambo, Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc and the One for Iligan volunteers visited the Tent City at Iligan Integrated Bus and Jeepney Terminal to see what other help is needed by the people in shelter boxes. There was adequate water supply, enough portalets and comfort rooms, food supply from different donors. All eighty (80) families were also provided with household items (cooking pots, pails, blankets, etc.).
Purok 3A Dao: Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc, with the One for Iligan volunteer nurses, conducted a medical mission with Dr. Villamor at Purok 3A (Pioneer Village) Tambo, Brgy. Hinaplanon.

January 6
Our Lady of Fatima Parish, Digkilaan: Following communication with Fr. Adam of Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Digkilaan, Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc., along with One for Iligan volunteers, visited Digkilaan, bringing food, household items, used clothes, and clean drinking water. Each household was provided with 3 packs instant noodles, 2 canned goods, 2 kg rice, instant coffee, plastic dipper, detergent bars, bath soap, brush, steel wool, and 10 liters drinking water. Kids were also given snacks and used clothes. Nurse volunteers also provided health assistance, including health teaching, wound dressing, and over-the-counter medicine distribution to patients. Some meds were also endorsed to Our Lady of Fatima Parish for distribution to other patients in neighboring purok as well as in Brgy Rogongon.

January 7
Laville Gymnasium Evacuation Center: Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc, along with One for Iligan volunteers, visited Laville gymnasium , Baraas Evacution Center, bringing household items, and clothing, slippers, and food items for the children. A medical mission with Dr.C. Villamor and volunteer nurses was also conducted: free check-up and medications, and anti-Tetanus Toxoid vaccination.

January 11
Relief goods from Fit for School [donated via Lifeline Foundation] were received and sorted.

January 12
Rogongon: Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc. visited Brgy. Rogongon through Philippine Air Force helicopter to bring clothes [for men, women, and children] and undergarments, blankets, towels, toiletries, toys, and some household items for its residents. Two (2) sacks of rice and other food items including instant noodles, canned goods, milk, coffee, etc. were also given.

January 16
Brgy. Mandulog: Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc. joined UNICEF in its relief operations at Brgy. Mandulog. A total of 304 families were given hygiene kits [pail with cover, malong, bath soap, detergent bar, sanitary napkin, toothpaste/toothbrush, etc.] and water container.


3 Comments

Bob New York

January 19, 2012 at 1:44 pm

Thanks Iligan Bloggers Society for being first with a quick, easy and cost effective way for those all over the world to make a donation to the originators of the ” One For Iligan ” relief drive.

Your effort will not go un-noticed to donors like myself and the recipients you continue to help in their time of greatest need.

From local neighborhoods to scaling the Mountaintops of Mindanao by helicopter airlift, Iligan Bloggers Society Delivers !

Congratulations on a continuing relief effort originated and done with true professionalism.

Iligan City & Iligan Bloggers Society Inc.

Simply Amazing !

jeddy andam

January 20, 2012 at 12:43 pm

To GOD be the glory!

Thanks to all the donors, volunteers and IBS…

Continue helping and praying for each other…

Fleire Castro

January 20, 2012 at 12:48 pm

Thanks for the support Bob!

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