It could not be denied that packing relief goods can be a back-breaking, difficult task that would take days to finish if you need to have thousands to pack and release to the victims of a calamity.
In the past, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) needs a lot of volunteers to pack the goods in plastic bags and place these in huge boxes to be delivered to the affected areas but new machinery has been acquired to make the process faster and more efficient.
Just check out this report by PTV (People’s Television) they shared on Facebook showing how the relief goods are being packed now. Amazingly, the relief goods now come in boxes which were filled in assembly line manner.
While the DSWD still needs plenty of volunteers to do the actual repacking and sealing of the boxes, the job has certainly become much easier compared with how things had been done in the past.
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Posted by PTV on Thursday, October 20, 2016
Good job, DSWD!