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The European Union provides €500,000 to assist floods victims in the Philippines   

The European Union has allocated €500,000 (over 30 million Philippine pesos) in response to widespread flooding and landslides that left large parts of Mindanao inundated since late January. The aid will address the immediate needs of 12,000 people in some of the worst-hit, isolated areas in the southern region. 

“A series of unexpected heavy rainfall caused thousands of families in Mindanao to lose their homes, livelihoods and belongings,” said EU Ambassador Luc Véron. “The EU funding will support our humanitarian partners in delivering crucial assistance to the most vulnerable, ensuring they can cover their basic needs in this time of crisis.”

The assistance will help EU humanitarian partners already on the ground to deliver vital aid to those most in need. The aid will focus on providing emergency food and livelihood support, as well as ensuring affected families have access to clean water, sanitation facilities and education.

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