Answering the people's call for help doesn't end with the relief operations. Sagip Kapamilya embarks on rehabilitation projects to "build back better" the lives of affected families which include school repairs, malnutrition program for children, shelter provision, and water system installations.
In Quezon, Sagip has provided livelihood training for 22 organizations, water system installation, 86 houses, 3 ambulances and turnover of 35 ETV packages.
In Leyte, malnutrition project with Bantay Bata 163, water system installation benefiting a day care center, a school and 700 houses in the resettlement areas.
In Bicol, 49 classrooms were repaired with provision of armchairs and water system in the school. 84 houses built in the Anislag resettlement area and 60 houses in the Kapamilya-Simon of Cyrene Village.
Sagip Kapamilya enlists the involvement of survivors and their families in rehabilitation efforts to ensure that they take ownership of the projects. With this strategy, projects have a better chance of success and sustainability.
Sagip Kapamilya constructs school buildings for both high school and elementary students in areas that have been devastated by calamities.
Creations of alternative livelihood source for families in disaster affected community widens their opportunity and improve their way of living.
As a long-term intervention, Sagip Kapamilya implements a Scholarship Program for deserving students affected by the Typhoon Sendong. These scholars are also trained to become good stewards of the environment and advocates for disaster resiliency.
Sagip Kapamilya assists in reducing malnutrition among school children in calamity stricken communities. .