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A dislocated shanty after the earthquake.

A dislocated shanty after the earthquake.

A week after the earthquake, the staff of Cotton Care organized a relief operation for 250 affected families of Sitio Bagtic, Barangay Baang, Catigbian in Bohol.  Spearheaded by Ms. NN Gamale, the team was able to come up with a good plan on how to go about the operation, which includes the distribution of the goods and debriefing the affected families.

On October 29, 2013, the team met up to prepare the relief goods for distribution. Each pack consists of 2 kilos of rice, 2 cans of sardines, and 2 packs of noodles. These packs were then transported to Bohol in the evening.

The team, together with the packed goods, arrived at Tubigon Port, Bohol, after 2 hours of travel. The evacuation coordinator called for the representatives of each tent to receive the relief goods for all the families. The system worked well for an organized distribution of the relief items. A total of 250 families were served that day.

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The team readying for the distribution of the relief packs.

The team preparing for the distribution of the relief packs.

The Cotton Share team woke up early to prepare for their travel to the distribution site. When they arrived, they were met by hopeful individuals – children wearing smiles on their faces upon seeing the arrival of their new friends and adults looking relieved knowing that they can survive a day or two with the relief goods that will be given to them.

The team, after a short introduction, proceeded with the distribution of the goods. The distribution happened by tent, resulting to an organized operation.

Debriefing of some of the earthquake victims followed after the distribution of goods. Some of the Cotton Care staff played with the children while others talked with the adults about their experiences during the earthquake.

According to one of the children who were interviewed, she was very scared when the earthquake occurred. “Tuo man gani ko nga matapos najud ang kalibutan, ‘te ( I thought that the world was going to end that day).” Good to know that despite the trauma the earthquake brought, the children are slowly recovering.

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