|   Posted: June 26, 2023   |   Updated: September 05, 2023

June 21, 2023

In June 2023, the Mayon Volcano was reported to be at risk of explosion in the province of Albay, Philippines. The volcano has been showing more signs of volcanic activity in the recent weeks. Local authorities have started evacuated certain residents who are in the path of the volcano's explosion. The Child Development Centers (CDCs) are actively monitoring the situation and are ready to provide assistance to the families who are being evacuated.

Please pray for all residents who are impacted by the volcanic activity.

Disaster Update #1: September 1, 2023

As of September 1, 2023, the volcano is still showing signs of unrest, and a hazardous eruption is expected soon. Local authorities are monitoring the situation closely and have evacuated more families. To date, 42 participants and two Child Development Centers (CDCs) have been impacted. Families are staying in temporary shelters in designated safe areas. CDC staff members have been visiting the evacuated families and have been providing them with emergency food kits and care packages.

Please continue to pray that the volcanic activity stops so that the participants and families can safely return to their homes.