Jun 13 2018

Philippines update after Typhoon Domeng


On June 10, tropical depression Domeng developed into a typhoon as it approached the Philippines. While the most destructive parts of the storm have moved beyond the Philippine islands, the storm was followed by monsoon rains, which have the capability to cause severe flooding and landslides. Roads in some areas of the northern Philippines were impassable, and the mobility of families served by Unbound’s Legazpi program and areas of the Antipolo program has been impacted by the flooding. In times of natural disasters and other emergencies, Unbound will notify sponsors directly if we learn that their sponsored friends have been injured or otherwise seriously affected. We will continue to provide updates on the situation as we receive information from the Philippines. Unbound serves more than 46,000 children, youth and elders in the Philippines.

2 thoughts on “Philippines update after Typhoon Domeng”

  1. Continued prayers for all. May our Blessed Mother wrap her protective, comforting mantle wrap all those affected by this storm. In Jesus’ Name we pray ✝️
    The Wayne Bard Family

  2. Thank you for this update. I hold these people in prayer. Please continue to let us sponsors know about our friends.

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