Saturday, May 18, 2024

Stay Safe

The Philippines is no stranger to typhoons. In fact, as many as 20 typhoons hit our little island nation each year, simply because of geographic location. This week, Central Luzon was lambasted by Typhoon Ulysses with its strong winds leaving trees uprooted, house and areas flooded, and thousands homeless. 

Here are some ways to #staysafe when storm sets in your area.

For rescue or emergency lines you may call on to these numbers:

National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDDRMC)

Trunk lines:

-(02) 8911-5061 to 65 local 100

Operation Center:

-(02) 8911-1406
-(02) 8912-2665
-(02) 8912-5668
-(02) 8911-1873

Philippine National Red Cross




-(02) 8527-0000

Disaster Management Office

-134 (Staff)
-132 (Manager)
-133 (Radio Room)

Emergency Response Unit

-(02)8790-2300 local 604

Source: Zoom.Earth

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