Permalink: https://www.media.greenpeace.org/archive/Food-Distribution-in-Surigao-City-27MDHUHO2D5P.htmlConceptually similarFood Distribution in Surigao CityGP1SWQQKCompleted★★★★Food Distribution in Surigao CityGP1SWQQMCompleted★★★★Food Distribution in Surigao CityGP1SWQQBCompleted★★★★Food Distribution in Surigao CityGP1SWQQCCompleted★★★★Food Distribution in Surigao CityGP1SWQQ9Completed★★★★Food Distribution in Surigao CityGP1SWQQQCompleted★★★★Food Distribution in Surigao CityGP1SWQR0Completed★★★★Food Distribution in Surigao CityGP1SWQQ0Completed★★★★Food Distribution in Surigao CityGP1SWQQ3Completed★★★★View AllGP1SWQQRFood Distribution in Surigao CityFeed PH together with Greenpeace in an evacuation area in Surigao City to provide cooked food for the famillies residing at the evacuation center in Surigao City.Residents of Surigao City are left in a limbo of destroyed homes and scarce supplies as they struggle to recover from the onslaught of Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai). In the wake of the climate disaster, Greenpeace lamented the lack of clear action from the Philippine government and rich countries to address the worsening impact of the climate crisis, given that destruction caused by typhoons have become a "yearly occurrence." “‘Code red for humanity’ is life or death for people in the Philippines,” said Greenpeace campaigner Virginia Benosa-Llorin. “Typhoon Odette caused not only billions of physical damage, but also irreparable injury to the Filipinos’ psyche, having lost their homes and even their loved ones. The more the world waits for solutions, the more we suffer the consequences of the lack of action.”Locations:Asia-Mindanao-Philippines-Southeast AsiaDate:21 Dec, 2021Credit:© Jilson Tiu / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4000px X 2667pxKeywords:Activists-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change impacts-Day-Destruction-Donations-Food-KWCI (GPI)-Large group of people-Local population-Outdoors-People-VictimsShoot:Supertyphoon Rai Aftermath in Surigao, MindanaoThousands of residents in Surigao City call for help as their basic human rights – food, water, shelter – are in scarce supply following Super Typhoon Rai (locally name Super Typhoon Odette) and the worsening climate crisis.Joining calls for immediate relief and recovery, Greenpeace also renewed its calls for climate justice and the declaration of a national climate emergency.