Latest Information to recovery from Mawar.

E.g., 12/04/2023
E.g., 12/04/2023

JIC Recovery Release No. 113 - New Schedule of FEMA Community Outreach

In an ongoing effort to support Guam residents on their recovery journey, FEMA Mitigation specialists are dedicated to offering advice and free tips on how to rebuild stronger and safer against storms at some local stores. Beginning Aug. 26, the Mitigation specialists will follow a new schedule, with a day off on Sept. 4 in observance of Labor Day. 

JIC Recovery Release No. 111 - GUAM STRONG: New Project Helps Make Disaster Damaged Homes Safe and Secure

A new project, a coordinated effort between Guam Homeland Security/Office of Civil Defense, the Mayors’ Council, and FEMA has been approved to help households impacted by Typhoon Mawar. The initiative, Getting Urgent Assistance Mobilized to Support Typhoon Repairs ON Guam (GUAM STRONG) provides minimal essential repairs to make homes safe, sanitary and functional.

JIC Recovery Release No. 110 - FEMA Mitigation Teams Engage with More Than 10,000 Guam Residents

Although the deadline to apply for FEMA Individual Assistance has passed, FEMA’s support for Guam residents’ recovery journey remains steadfast. The FEMA Mitigation teams have been tirelessly working with the survivors to raise awareness about potential hazards, promote preparedness measures, and to emphasize on personal and community involvement in mitigating disaster risks.

JIC Recovery Release No. 109 - 34 Debris Teams on the Ground in Guam, New Locations Scheduled to Begin Soon

With 34 debris clean-up teams on the ground, The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) debris mission is moving at full-steam, conducting separation and pickup of Mawar related debris from residential properties. Three new locations (Chalan-Pago-Ordot, Mongmong-Toto-Maite and Yona) have been scheduled to begin debris pick-up soon.




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