We have pre-positioned 92MT (metric tonnes) of food, generators, rubber boats and other non-food items throughout the northern area of the island. Six trucks and two Mi-171 helicopters have been working for the last couple of days to move the materials into position. Philippe Martou, WFP Deputy Chief of Aviation, recently recounted a day of operations over on our sister site at WFP.org.
Those interested in UNHAS Passenger Procedures and Forms can access them here. The latest Situation Report from the Logistics Cluster can be accessed here. More information regarding WFP Logistics operations in the Philippines can be found here.
(All photos: Copyright: WFP/Barry Came & Philippe Martou)
Special thanks to: Esther Russell, Baptiste Burgaud, the entire UNHAS team and the WFP Philippines Country Office!