The Philippine Disaster Recovery Foundation is the country's major private sector vehicle and coordinator for disaster management.


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PDRF introduces innovative Butterfly Housing Project to Tacloban City

As part of its continuing programs for the recovery and rehabilitation of Yolanda-stricken communities, PDRF is introducing the Butterfly House Project to 50 pilot beneficiaries...

 Update on Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda efforts
as of June 15, 2014

As part of continuing recovery efforts for Leyte, PDRF hosted a Summer Sports Clinic for over 300 school children...

NEWS CLIPPING: PDRF to build 100 houses in Zamboanga City

As seen in The Philippine Star, The Good News Section, June 9, 2014

PDRF and Smart partner with DSWD to kick off mangrove and beach forest project in Yolanda-hit areas, over 1,000 new jobs to be created

Over a thousand new jobs are projected for typhoon survivors in the Yolanda-hit communities of Leyte and Samar...

PDRF supports the upcoming Disaster Preparedness Forum 2014

In cooperation with CSR Asia and PRUDENCE Foundation, PDRF encourages its members, partners and benefactors to join the upcoming Disaster Preparedness Forum 2014.

NEWS CLIPPING: Sports therapy for ‘Yolanda’s’ young survivors

As classes ended and summer began, young survivors of Supertyphoon “Yolanda” in Leyte received a special treat—a sports clinic organized by Smart Communications and Digitel Mobile Philippines (Sun Cellular), with PDRF.

PDRF, PBSP to help revive the sari-sari store economy in Yolanda-hit Leyte

The Philippine Disaster Recovery Foundation and the Philippine Business for Social Progress, in cooperation with the Hapinoy Sari-Sari Store Program of Microventures Foundation Inc.

Update on Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda efforts as of March 15, 2014

We are happy to continue working with PDRF on reviving the sari-sari store economy in Tacloban.


Update on Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda efforts as of February 15, 2014

PDRF continues to help people get back on their feet by giving them a means for livelihood and stimulating the local economy.

NEWS CLIPPING:  For Yolanda–and future calamities–the private sector stands ready

As is often the case when major natural calamities strike, the country’s largest private firms rush to the aid of affected communities.

Stanford University Students From Otero Dorm Give Dollars to Help Yolanda Victims Through PDRF

Led by Mika Limcaoco, students from the Otero Dorm at Stanford University in California mounted a fundraising drive to help victims of Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan and gave the proceeds to PDRF.


After the Yolanda devastation last year, 20 sari-sari store owners from various barangays in Tacloban City are now back in business...