A Lifeline team went to some of the homes of the Mangyans that were destroyed on December 15, 2015, at the height of Typhoon Nona, by the river that rose very suddenly and was full of trees, logs and big rocks. Some of the places where they used to plant can’t be used anymore because there are so many rocks. We think it’s a combination of logging, mining, climate change…they had never seen such flooding in that area all their lives. It moved us that our brothers who do not have a lot, lost what little they had. Thanks to the generous donations of Lifeline supporters all over the world, we were able to give relief packs to the affected families, and we look forward to do more longtime projects this year.