TACLOBAN CITY, Leyte, April 15 (PIA) – In the aftermath of super Typhoon Yolanda, the female police officers have taken a more active role in the rehabilitation of Yolanda affected communities.
They have become more than patrol guards and security officers. They help rebuild relationships and facilite community participation, the glue that sticks the community together.
“When you live in our evacuation camp for some time, you will feel like you belong to a big family. Everyone knows each other. Everyone helps each other. And that’s important when you are helping rebuild their lives,” Police Inspector Chervy Verano, 22-year-old from the Tent City in Guiuan, Eastern Samar, explained. – Read More