ACPC Extends Relief to Familes Affected by Taal Volcano Eruption

“I cannot do all the good that the world needs. But the world needs all the good I can do.”- Jana Stanfield

Taking its share in giving  immediate relief to families affected by the eruption of Taal Volcano, the Agricultural Credit Policy Council (ACPC), headed by its Executive Director Jocelyn Alma R. Badiola,  distributed reflief goods to more that 300 families in seven evacuation centers in Taysan and Rosario, Batangas.

Families from the towns of Agoncilio, Balete, Cuenca, Lemery, Santa Teresita, Taal, Santo Tomas and Lipa City in Batangas were given food packs by ACPC representatives on January 16, 2020.  

The ACPC, in coordination with Tilambo Multi-Purpose Cooperative, one of ACPC’s partner lending conduits,  facilitated the distribution of relief goods. Tilambo MPC Chair Crispin U. Berana and General Manager Aida B. Alano, together with ACPC staff  distributed more that 300 food packs and water to affected families in the following evacuation centers: San Marcelino Elementary School, Bulihan Integrated National High School, Mavalor Elementary School, Rosario East Central School, Rosario West Central School, Barangay Halls in Bukal and Mabayabas in Taysan, Batangas.

ACPC staff  distributed food packs to 21 families who evacuated at San Marcelino Elementary School in Taysan, Batangas.

ACPC representatives distributed relief goods to 12 families at the Bulihan Integrated National High School in Taysan, Batangas.

Teachers of Mavalor Elementary School in Taysan, Batangas received  food and water from ACPC and Tilambo Multi Purpose Cooperative.

Around 91 families were given food and water by ACPC staff in Rosario East Elementary School.

Volunteers in Rosario West Elementary School received relief good from ACPC for 139 familes who evacuated from towns near Taal Volcano.