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Palawan provincial gov’t thanks donors for storm victims under the Operation: Tabang Casimanua

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The province of Palawan has expressed its gratitude to all provincial Capitol employees and other private individuals and non-government organizations or who donated for the victims of tropical storms in the province.

The Provicial Government has recently launched the Operation: Tabang Casimanua to seek help for the families affected storms that hit the province, particularly the southern part of Palawan

The Province expressed gratitude to the following:

Board Member SHARON A. ONDA
ANA LIZA VENTURA (Provincial Assessors Office)
AGNES CASTOR (Provincial Human Resource Management Office)
RENALYN LICAYAN (FMLO-Provincial Governors Office)
MA. TERESA VILLARUEL (Provincial Economic Enterprise Development Office)
JOANNAH HOMO (FMLO-Provincial Governors Office)
JOSEPHINE NOLLAN (Provincial Economic Enterprise Development Office)
BETHEL NYETH ASAG (Provincial Economic Enterprise Development Office)
JULEVE JOY GABUCO (Provincial Economic Enterprise Development Office)
KRISTINE MAE ABA (Provincial Economic Enterprise Development Office)
ROZELLE TIMONES (Provincial Engineering Office)
EMILIO MAGPO (Rizal Ave. PPC)
JANE BUENAOBRA (Office of the Provincial Agriculturist)
BENNY T. NOLLAN (Provincial Economic Enterprise Development Office)
DANILO IGNA (Community Affairs Division)
MARILYN CRUZ (Provincial Budget Office)
DWIGHT ALDWIN BUNCAG (Socrates Road, Bgy. San Pedro, PPC)
DEA CABANISAS (San Manuel, PPC)
MAILYN AND ARNOLD ABRINA (Sta. Monica, PPC)
FEDERATED DISTRIBUTORS Incorporated (Manila and Cebu)
PINAYS CANTEEN (Supplier)
ANNA LISA BARROMA (Provincial Economic Enterprise Development Office)
ELEGIO LAURENTE (Provincial Treasurers Office)
DIO PROLO DE GUZMAN (Globe Telecom)
LIBERTY VIRGO (Provincial Tourism Promotions and Development Department)
TENG FORMOSO (Philippine News Agency),
RANFORD VILLEGAS (Provincial Engineering Office)
ROTARY CLUB OF PUERTO PRINCESA
LORNA V. GUZMAN (Provincial Health Office)
DONG SAMANTE

For her part, Board Member Onda said shes’ “[t]hankful to be part of this endeavor in my own little way.”

Under the Operation: Tabang Casimanua, the provincial government of Palawan is now focusing on helping the victims of Tropical Storm Vinta in Mangsee Island to rebuild their destroyed houses.

The province said that Vinta brought “unimaginable destruction” in Mangsee Island located in the southwest of Balabac, Palawan and home to about 10,000 people.

“Rebuilding a community from a pile of debris takes time and many hands are needed to do the work. The bayanihan collective spirit among Filipinos and among Palaweňos will once again be put to litmus test,” the province said.