ARCORES Filipinas fire victims

Aid to the victims Just two days short of New Year celebrations, 500 families in Arlegui Street, Quiapo, Manila lost their homes to a fire. Responding to the “cry of the poor,” the Talangpaz Outreach – ARCORES Filipinas with the Frontliner Sisters gave aid to the victims last January 1, 2023. The AR Sisters, with

Gasa ni Thomas

The Gift that Endures: Gasa ni Tomas 2022

Georgene Quilaton Tambiga, ARCORES Filipinas Photo:  Rachel Mae de Gracia Gift of St. Thomas Gasa ni Tomas (Gift of St. Thomas) through the Community Extension & Development Office (CEDO) gathered 120 pedicab (foot-pedaled cab) drivers at Colegio de Sto. Tomas-Recoletos last December 22, 2022 despite the rain and cold northwesterly winds. The beneficiaries joined CST-R

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Armed conflict in Himamaylan Ten sacks of rice will soon be distributed by ARCORES Philippines to the families who were affected by the armed conflict that happened in Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental. The local government of this city declared a state of calamity, following series of armed encounters. The rice donation is given by RESOURCE-Handumanan

ARCORES Volunteers seaweeds Palawan

Post-Typhoon Odette Community Rehabilitation Initiatives (Photos By Fray Jorr Rabacal, OAR / Story By Georgene Quilaton-Tambiga) “The beneficiaries will always have a source of income because of the ARCORES support to their livelihood which is seaweed culture. Even if they harvest the seaweeds, they can still immediately replace the spent materials and continue the culture

Solar Dream Project

Solar lighting kits ARCORES Filipinas started distributing fifty solar lighting kits to the Tagbanua families in Aborlan and Brgy. Inagawan, and in Liminangcong, last February 28, 2022. The Tagbanua community in Palawan is part of the Recoletos parish community of San Rafael in Aborlan. The ARCORES Solar Dream project aims to provide sustainable assistance to

Lámparas solares frente al tifón Rai en Filipinas

To increase community resilience to disasters On the weekend of January 22 and 23, the ARCORES Philippines Palawan team carried out a training activity to increase the resilience of the population to climatic catastrophes, as part of the project to respond to those affected by Typhoon Odette. It was a training for the manufacture of

Backpack for children in Philippines

Last January 12, USJ-R INFECOP (University of San José-Recoletos Institute of Non-Formal Education and Community Outreach Program) conducted “Project Eskoyla ni San José” at City Cebu. There were 50 pupils who benefited from the program. Each of them received one backpack with school supplies and one pack of food (canned good and pancit canton).  The

Afectados por el tifón Rai

Also to assist in the reconstruction of houses Over the next week, ARCORES Cebu will distribute 26 high-quality solar lamps to those affected by Typhoon Rai (Odette in the Philippines) on the island of Olango. Each lamp has cost Php 2,500, although the market price is Php 4,000. In addition to the distribution of these

Ayuda para los afectados tifón Rai en Filipinas

On Christmas Eve, an expedition of Resource Handumanam, a project of ARCORES Philippines, went to the town of Ilo (Negros) to bring urgent assistance to 300 families. Each family was given a bag of bread prepared by the Augustinian nuns, five gallons of drinking water (22.7 liters) and a sack of rice. Thirteen members of

Emergencia Tifón

Emergency Tiphoon Rai – Aid to victims

  To contribute to the emergency aid you can do it in the following bank account: ES88 0081 0640 6800 0216 8519 contributions in Euro ES19 0081 0640 6700 7199 0313 contributions in US$, indicating “Emergency Philippines”. ARCORES Philippines has launched an emergency action for immediate assistance to those affected by Typhoon Rai. The emergency