As of November 1, Pilmico Animal Nutrition has distributed 650 relief packs in Tarlac and 190 relief packs for families in evacuation centers in Cabanatuan and Gapan Cities in Nueva Ecija. Hedcor Benguet also donated 40 relief packs to families affected by the reported landslides in Bakun, Benguet while AboitizPower (Negron Cuadrado) donated 1,600 relief packs in five barangays in San Marcelino, Zambales. Each relief pack contained essential food items such as biscuits, sardines, corned beef, coffee, and rice, among others.
All in all, the Aboitiz Group’s commitment to Typhoon Lando relief operations has reached in excess of P809,000, reflecting the joint efforts of Aboitiz BUs and Aboitiz Foundation.
Typhoon Lando made landfall in Casiguran, Aurora last October 18, affecting over 666,000 families in Luzon and causing 956 flooding incidents monitored in affected provinces as of October 28.