If you are looking for ways to help victims of typhoon Yolanda but don’t know how or where to start, you may inquire at the Department of Health’s Health Emergency Management Staff in the Central Office.
You can ask them where to place your donations or if you want to assist in the relief operations for typhoon victims. Any form of assistance will be greatly appreciated.
The DOH lines are open 24/7 with the following contact numbers:
Hotline: 711-1001, 711-1002
Trunkline: 743-83-01; 651-78-00 local 2206, 2207
Mobile Hotline: (0920) 949- 8419
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The Department of Social Welfare and Development said repacking of family food packs for typhoon victims continues at the DSWD-National Resource Operations Center (NROC) along Chapel Road in Pasay City and at the DSWD regional offices.
For individuals and groups who are interested to volunteer can call NROC at telephone numbers 851-2681 and 511-1259 for shifting schedule.
DWSD Secretary Dinky Soliman extends her appreciation to the 161 volunteers who went to NROC on November 7 and 8 to help in the repacking of family food packs.
We may not have the financial capability to assist typhoon victims and survivors, but we can offer our help by serving as volunteers for the government rescue and relief programs. Be counted.