PCG continues to utilize assets and resources to help Typhoon Odette-battered regions


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The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) continues to use its available assets and resources to assist in the recovery of typhoon-affected areas through Task Force Kalinga.

On January 17, 2022, the PCG’s multi-role response vessel, BRP Bagacay (MRRV-4410) successfully transported 44 tons of aggregated gifts from the city government of Davao from Panacan, Davao City to Jagna, Bohol.

Joint team from the BRP Bagacay (MRRV-4410), PCG District Southeastern Mindanao, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP), and City Engineer’s Office loaded 834 sacks of food packs, 11 boxes of assorted groceries and toiletries, 28 gallons of purified drinking water, 1,085 bottles of mineral water, 144 packs of milk powder, three sacks of rice, a sack of mung bean, 82 sacks of clean clothes, and 15 empty water gallons aboard the said Coast Guard vessel.

The PCG, through Task Force Kalinga, continues to use its available assets and resources to assist in the recovery of typhoon-stricken regions such as MiMaRoPa, Western Visayas, Central Visayas, Eastern Visayas, and Caraga, as directed by President Rodrigo Duterte.


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