PDRF Delivers Aid To Ulysses-Torn Cagayan Valley
The Philippine Star|December 03, 2020
A delegation from the Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation and its private sector partners turn over two tons of hygiene and dignity kits and food packs for families in Cagayan Valley affected by Typhoon Ulysses to the Office of Civil Defense Region 2.

Tons of food and relief supplies pooled by the Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation have arrived in Cagayan Valley, with PDRF officers, their private sector partners and foreign dignitaries overseeing the distribution process in Tuguegarao City.

The PDRF is under the shared leadership of Manuel V. Pangilinan, Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala and Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, prefect for the congregation for the evangelization of peoples.

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