Palo Leyte: relief goods #YolandaPH #urgentcalls
POSTED ON November 27, 2013 AT 2:24 am
via Marilyn Cordevilla Plata on Facebook, 1:48AM.
A desperate message from my cousin in Palo, Leyte Mellisa Capacio Bantiles:
“Actually, dito sa aming Brgy Guindapunan, Palo, Leyte isang beses palang nagbigay ng relief goods dahil not in good terms ang Mayor at Brgy Chairman kawawang mga constituents, kelangan na lang dumiskarte para makasurvive, sana parehas naman magbigay kami rin naman mga biktima nawalan din at nagugutom…Paano ang salat sa deskarte? Sana mabigyan kami ng tulong lalo na tag-ulan lagi na lang kami mga basa…salamat po.”
Hanggang kailan ganiyan? Mga kaibigan…patulong naman
Palo Leyte #urgentcalls #YolandaPH #rescuePH
POSTED ON November 24, 2013 AT 6:09 pm
via Sheryl Fuentes on Facebook, 12:08PM.
“Just talked to my sister-in-law who is a teacher at Philippine Science High School-EVC located at Candahug, Palo, Leyte. The school now is turned into an evacuation center for 2000 families. They are hardly receiving relief goods from the government. Barangay Captains are not distributing food to the evacuees since they come from different barangays. They need food, water, clothes and volunteers that will offer psycho-social help. Around 200 children and 80 infants are housed in the building.”
Tanauan, Tolosa, Palo Leyte #urgentcalls #reliefPH #YolandaPH #rescuePH
POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 8:59 pm
via Arianne Cinco on Facebook, 8:00AM.
“Latest update on Tolosa as of yesterday evening: most of the townsfolk have survived. There is no looting or rebel clashes in the areas of Palo, Tanauan, and Tolosa as is being reported. <…> Survivors have taken to clearing the roads on their own so that relief missions could get through. My grandmother’s party had to walk half a day to adjacent towns to get food. I hope help reaches them soon. Wala pa pong dumating na relief 5 days after the typhoon hit.”