Photos: Rescue Operation , Floods in Metro Manila and nearby provinces


(photo credit to @Koiichie and @anne_tuason )

As of 7:00 AM of August 7, @nababaha urges “Anyone who was affected by floodwaters during Ondoy should start preparing now. 300+ mm of rain in the last 24 hours, (against Ondoy’s 340+ in 6 hours). Heavy rains expected to continue today. Stay safe everyone.”

Be proactive and know when to evacuate.

Follow @nababaha or visit Facebook page. Here is a short tutorial about how to navigate through the flood hazard maps on www.nababaha.com and how to use Project NOAH website.

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