The Correspondents explore aftermath of typhoon Ondoy

Sep 29, 2009
In the September 29 episode of The Correspondents, Karen Davila and Bernadette Sembrano (both not in photo) will investigate the reason behind the record rainfall of typhoon Ondoy. Cristine Reyes (right) was one of those affected while Jericho Rosales (upper left frame) and Gerald Anderson (lower left frame) were some of the celebrities who helped victims of the flood.

Karen Davila and Bernadette Sembrano of The Correspondents will expose the grim aftermath of typhoon "Ondoy" and will go deeper into the reason behind the record rainfall this Tuesday (September 29) on ABS-CBN.


Last Saturday, many areas in the National Capital Region were practically submerged in water after "Ondoy" (international name: Ketsana) relentlessly poured one of the heaviest rains in the country's history. Apart from Metro Manila, the provinces of Rizal and Bulacan were also gravely affected.


In a previous documentary on the sinking islands of Maldives, Karen reported the possibility that Rizal, Bulacan, and Marikina may go underwater in the future due to climate change.


As they help in rescue and relief operations, Karen and Bernadette will also look into the connection of climate change to "Ondoy," which has killed almost a hundred and affected thousands of Filipinos.


Join Karen Davila and Bernadette Sembrano as they dive deeper into the tragedy brought by "Ondoy," this Tuesday (September 29) on The Correspondents, right after Bandila on ABS-CBN.

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In the September 29 episode of The Correspondents, Karen Davila and Bernadette Sembrano (both not in photo) will investigate the reason behind the record rainfall of typhoon Ondoy. Cristine Reyes (right) was one of those affected while Jericho Rosales (upper left frame) and Gerald Anderson (lower left frame) were some of the celebrities who helped victims of the flood.
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