The provincial government has distributed 170,295 food packs to all localities across typhoon-ravaged Bohol.
According to the Capitol, each food pack which were given to residents in Tagbilaran City and Bohol’s 47 towns contained five kilos of rice, eight canned goods and one bottled water.
The food packs were distributed in a span of almost one month, from December 17, a day after Odette struck Bohol, to January 13.
The provincial government has also distributed 7,750 five-kilo rice packs, 1,370 bags of canned goods, 923 sacks of canned goods, 210 hot meals, 180 boxes of Energen, 114 boxes of biscuits, 30 boxes of Magic Flakes, and 100 25-kilo rice sacks.
Meanwhile, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has distributed 101,420 food packs to typhoon victims.
The packs contained five kilos of rice, four pieces of canned corned beef, three pieces of canned sardine, five noodle packs and eight coffee sachets.
Institutions such as the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc., World Vision also donated 16,619 and 1,300 food packs, respectively.
The Red Cross Foundation distributed 7,900 hot meals to eight towns. (C. Remolador)