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RP Energy Leads Relief Operations for Typhoon Maring Evacuees

Posted on: September 5th, 2013 by admin


RP Energy CSR officer Victor Chan (Left) and Castillejos Mayor Jose Angelo Dominguez help distribute relief packs to affected Aeta families in Brgy. San Isidro, Castillejos town, Zambales.


RP Energy CSR officer Victor Chan (Left) and Castillejos Mayor Jose Angelo Dominguez help distribute relief packs to affected Aeta families in Brgy. San Isidro, Castillejos town, Zambales.

Subic, Zambales—More than 2,000 families benefited from relief operations organized by Redondo Peninsula Energy (RP Energy) together with the One Meralco Foundation, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA), Olongapo City Social Development Office, Armed Forces of the Philippines, Municipal Government of Castillejos and the Local Government of Subic for those affected by the monsoon rains worsened by typhoon Maring.

More than 1,300 relief bags containing rice, canned goods, noodles, biscuits and bottled water were distributed to affected families in several barangays in Olongapo City and the towns of Subic and Castillejos, all in Zambales province. Hygiene kits were also distributed in order to prevent and cure flood-related wounds and illnesses.

According to RP Energy Corporate Social Responsibility Officer Victor Chan, “we have a responsibility towards the communities surrounding RP Energy especially during times of calamity. We do hope our relief efforts helped our stakeholders in Zambales deal with the distress brought about by typhoon Maring”.

“Maraming salamat sa RP Energy sa agarang pagtulong sa ating mga Aetas sa Castillejos. Malaki ang nagagawa nito sa pagbangon ng ating mga katutubo sa sitio San Isidro,” Castillejos Mayor Jose Angelo Dominguez said.

Armie Llamas, manager of SBMA’s Public Relations Department added, “SBMA is thankful for the relief operations of RP Energy covering the stakeholders of the Subic Bay Freeport Zone. This will greatly help our stakeholders rise up from the destruction that was brought about by the monsoon rains.”

According to the National Disaster Risk Reducation and Management Council (NDRRMC), the recent monsoon rains worsened by Typhoon Maring affected 677,127 families or 3,050,250 people in 2,108 villages in 159 towns and 37 cities in 18 provinces in Ilocos, Central and Southern Luzon, Cordillera and Metro Manila.

Damage was estimated at Php688-million including Php138-million in infrastructure and Php550-million in agriculture.