Fire in General Santos
The fire incident in Barangay Fatima ate up hundreds of houses and leaves trauma to children last 2007.In partnership with the Barangay Council, PASALI tapped potential partners for emergency support such as shelter, food, and interventions for children
Cholera & the Manobo in Biao, Palimbang
The cholera outbreak in Biao back in 2008 was Pasali's first entry point to this Manobo community in Palimbang Sultan Kudarat. The IP community cried for help and Pasali called the attention of the ABS-CBN media to advertise the call for help. Pasali also linked with other NGO's and doctors.
Dengue Outbreak in General Santos City
In 2010, General Santos City experienced a dengue outbreak with children from the poorer areas of the city. More than 20 children were hospitalized in severe stages with desperately low platelet counts. The Philippine Red Cross had no stock blood stock and the city doesn’t have blood bank. In partnership with community leaders, Radio Kabalikat Communication, Philippine National Police, Barangay Councils and Red Cross, Pasali organized the first of several bloodletting events.
War in Northern Palimbang
From June to August an armed conflict raged in the northern area of Palimbang, Sultan Kudarat, Mindanao. PASALI staff sought partnerships with local medical clinics, networks, non-profit organizations as well as government bodies, such as DSWD, while PASALI Netherlands sought in partnership with the Dutch Consortium of Migrant Organizations (DCMO) and Islamic Relief Nederland for means to deliver relief goods and medical attention to the 1927 families affected by the conflict. PASALI delivered relief assistance in three batches: June 28-29, July 4-5, July 25-26.
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