#SulongBayaMarinduque: Volunteers and donations needed

Magpapahatid ng paunang tulong (first batch) ang Club Marinduqueno, Inc. (CMI) sa ating mga kababayan na naapektuhan ng Bagyong #NinaPH sa darating na Disyembre 30 sa mga bayan ng Torrijos at Santa Cruz. Dahilan nito, nangangailan ang CMI ng mga volunteers na nakabase sa Metro Manila upang mag-re-repack ng mga goods. Mangyaring magtungo lamang sa Eastgate Centre Bldg, 169 Epifanio de los Santos Ave, Mandaluyong City (malapit o katabi lamang ng Boni Avenue Station) mamaya, Disyembre 28, 2016 ganap na ika-5:00 ng hapon. Maaaring makipag-ugnayan sa mga numerong +63925-885-9578 para…

70% ng palayan sa Marinduque, napinsala ng bagyong Nina

BOAC, Marinduque – Nag-iwan ng matinding kapinsalaan lalo na sa sektor ng agrikultura ang bagyong Nina na may lakas na Signal no. 4 at nanalasa sa lalawigan ng Marinduque nitong Disyembre 26. Ayon sa iniulat na datos mula sa Provincial Agriculture’s Office (PAO) – Marinduque sa Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (PDRRMC) Meeting na isinagawa kaninang umaga, tinatayang aabot sa 70 porsiyento o may kabuuang 641 ektaryang taniman ng palay ang sinira ng nagdaang bagyo samantalang halos 25 porsiyento naman ng rain-fed na palayan sa buong probinsya ang winasak nito.…

CEO of Kasal New York initiates donation drive for Typhoon Nina victims in Marinduque

Super typhoon category 4 Niña with international name Nock-Ten made its landfall in the Philippines on Christmas day. Sadly, the island province of Marinduque took the hardest hit. Countless homes, roads, and schools have been badly damaged and will need an instant repairs. There are also immediate need for clean drinking water, canned goods, rice, medicine, first aid kits, clothes and blankets. “To our overseas friends I’m knocking on your kind hearts to help our kababayans rehabilitate our devastated province immediately. Please note that I’m not a politician nor do…

Typhoon-hit Marinduque asks for aid before local supplies run out

Rolando Josue, the provincial disaster risk reduction and management council head, on Tuesday said they have recommended the declaration of a state of calamity after the typhoon damaged coconut trees and the entire agricultural land. He said the entire population, composed of 52,000 families (about 200,000 individuals), were affected. “Houses were either damaged or destroyed,” he said. An eight-year-old boy from Boac town was so far the lone casualty in the province. Josue said the child drowned after chasing a coconut in a river during the typhoon aftermath. While food…

Torrijos, Marinduque partial damage assessment report on Typhoon Nina

TORRIJOS, Marinduque – Below is the partial damage assessment report of the Municipality of Torrijos, Marinduque as of December 26, 5:00 pm. Estimated Cost of Damage (Roads & Bridges, Schools, Other Buildings, etc.) = ₱ 20,730,000.00 Estimated Cost of Totally Damaged Houses = ₱ 7,700,000.00 Estimated Cost of Partially Damaged Houses = ₱ 14,107,500.00 Total Estimated Damage Cost of Infrastructures = ₱ 42,537,500.00 Total Power Blackout to all Barangays No water supply in some areas Totally damaged houses = 110 Partially damaged houses = 627 No. Of injured individuals =…