On Dec 2, 2019 at 4PM, Typhoon Kammuri (local name Tisoy) made an initial landfall on Gubat, Sorsogon (Bicol region), followed by three succeeding landfalls in Masbate, Marinduque, and Oriental Mindoro, traversing various Luzon provinces in the next two days.
Kammuri peaked at a maximum strength of 165 kph and gustiness of 230 kph. It is now weakened and considered a tropical storm.
World Vision immediately deployed two teams last December 4 to Bicol region and Northern Samar for rapid assessments and initial response.
- 95,385 affected families or 413,833 individuals in regions 3, 5, 8, NCR, and MIMAROPA
- 83,848 families staying inside 2,744 evacuation centers
- 1.8 million affected students
due to class suspensions , damaged schools or schools used as evac center
- 554 schools used as evacuation centers 8,749 damaged houses
- 1,193 totally damaged and 7,556 partially damage.