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The Real Situation of Bohol Province After Typhoon Odette.



    Merry Christmas 2021 and Happy New Year 2022 to all of you guys. It is difficult to celebrate Christmas and experience genuine joy if at the back of your head when someone who is related to you is a victim of Typhoon Odette. It may sound repetitive hearing sad news since December 16, 2021, from the television and seeing aftermath photos on social media but that is the reality.  A lot of provinces in Visayas and Mindanao are still not yet fully recovered from the disaster until now as of writing. 

    Since Bohol is my birthplace and that is my home province, my family and relatives are not exempted from the said traumatic experience.  Two of my relatives’ houses were damaged – our ancestral where I grew up and my aunt’s house, both located in the town of San Isidro. Fortunately, the said town has zero casualties and that is the only positive thing that I consider looking at. But other than that, the shelter, food, and power supply are limited. This scarcity is something that we have to consider offering our hands. 

     On Dec 20, 2021, my cousin had a chance to update me on their situation after the typhoon. He was asking for monetary help to build their dwelling back. I decided to go online and did live streaming on my Youtube and Facebook for a donation drive. 

    As of Dec. 26, 2021, I gained PHP3,779.00 from my friends and followers through my GCASH number. And I am extremely thankful for that.

    πŸ“ΊWATCH THE VLOG:

    ☑Gcash: 09158500077 - (my personal Gcash account, so I have the record of the amount received)

    ☑ VIA BANK (this will go directly to the victim's account, so I have NO record of the amount received)

    •   - Security Bank - Tagbilaran City
    •   - Account No. 0000017990862
    •   - Account Name: Kevin Suaybaguio

    BELOW ARE PHOTOS OF MY RELATIVES’ HOUSES.

    Ancestral House where I grew up. This is the extension part made of hollow blocks and cement. This is located in Sitio Cabatuan, Brgy. Poblacion, San Isidro, Bohol.
     
    See the coconut tree was fell towards the roof.

    This is the house of the cousin, located  in Sitio Libas, Brgy. Causwagan, San Isidro, Bohol.

    The roof is damaged.

    The wall is made of bamboo which is not durable when typhoon hits.

    This is the front of the house.

    This is the piggery.

    BELOW ARE PHOTOS OF THE TOWN I GREW UP IN – SAN ISIDRO, BOHOL.

     (courtesy of Darryl Laquinta )















    BELOW ARE PHOTOS OF BOHOL TRYING TO RECOVER:




    BELOW ARE PHOTOS OF THE NEAR TOWNS:





























    πŸ“ Location: San Isidro, Bohol, Philippines

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