iRebuild is committed in establishing progressive and empowered families and communities. The organization partners with communities and other groups in extending emergency relief, holistic community development and protection of women and children and PWDs in marginalized and vulnerable sectors of society.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

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RECOVERY

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REHABILITATION

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WHO WE ARE

While other organizations come and leave after giving emergency relief, Operation Compassion stays and lives with the people and ultimately be with them as they rebuild their devastated communities.

Along with the people and in partnership with faith-based organizations, NGOs and INGOs, Operation Compassion develops a long-term, community-based development plan for holistic transformation of devastated barangays — transforming character by instilling the right values and work ethics while addressing basic needs and organizing the communities into groups for better leadership and unity.

WHERE WE'VE BEEN

RELIEF OPERATION INVOLVEMENT
2004 – Quezon and Aurora Flash Floods
2005 – Southern Leyte Landslide
2005 – Calapan Mindoro Floods
2006 – Sorsogon (Typhoon Milenyo)
2006 – Albay (Typhoon Reming)
2008 – Aklan (Typhoon Frank)
2009 – NCR (Typhoon Ondoy)
2010 – Isabela (Typhoon Juan)
December 2011 – Cagayan de Oro City (Typhoon Sendong)
December 2012 – New Bataan, Compostela Valley (Typhoon Pablo)
November 2013 – Mayorga and Tacloban, Leyte (Typhoon Yolanda)

POST DISASTER COMMUNITY REHABILITATION PROJECTS
Barangay Banglos  General Nakar, Quezon
Barangay Umiray  Dingalan, Aurora
Barangay Catmon (Guinsaugon Evacuation Site) St. Bernard, Southern Leyte
Barangays Banyag and Tayag (Anislag Resettlement Site now Amore Village)
Daraga, Albay
9 barangays in the Municipality of Mayorga, Leyte (Zone 1, San Roque, Liberty, Union, Talisay, Calipayan, Luna, Wilson, and Ormocay)
Barangay 88, Tacloban City
Municipalities of Dulag, McArthur and Abuyog
Permanent Shelter Sites in Tacloban City

TESTIMONIALS

STORIES

Leyte (2015)
Quezon (2004)
Amore (2006-2011)
Cagayan De Oro (2010)
ComVal (2012)

Leyte January 2015

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