Typhoon Paeng Hits Mindano

Typhoon Paeng (Nalgae) struck the Philippines on Friday with over 40 reported deaths and over 450,000 people afffected.

River Rescue Team In Action

Landslides and severe flooding caused by Typhoon Paeng affected parts of Maguindanao del Norte and Maguindanao del Sur, Cotabato City and other parts of Southwestern Mindanao.


The Cotabato team of our local partner, Balay Mindanaw, has already picked up two DAA Skyhydrants to provide safe clean water to affected communities.

These have been installed in evacuation centres.

Children collecting water from emergency SkyHydrant

An assesment team also travelled from Cagayan de Oro on Sunday and will be aiming to identify a community that we can help recover.

Update Monday 31 October

Disaster Aid Australia will be shipping more SkyHydrant units as soon as flights are available.


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