Tibiao, Antique: call for school supplies #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 27, 2013 AT 2:16 am
via Sue Quirante on Facebook, Nov 26, 1:00PM.
“OPPORTUNITY TO ADOPT A SCHOOL
While their parents are busy rebuilding their houses ravaged by Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan, the school children of Sto. Rosario Elementary School in Tibiao, Antique resume basic education with hardly anything. Notebooks, papers, pencils, ballpens, crayons, erasers and sharpeners are needed by 1st to 6th graders.
If you are moved to help in this way, please send Julie Anne Osunero at this number 09175481431. She is based in Antique and is in direct contact with the principal of Sto. Rosario Elem School.
Thank you for reading and sharing this.
UP College of Education
Tacloban #urgentcalls #YolandaPH #rescuePH
POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 9:32 pm
Streetlight in Tacloban is housing 72 children who have survived the storm with the orphanage staff. It seems a Negros Occidental orphanage is willing to house the kids — can anyone connect us to Kalipay Negrense Foundation?
The Norwegian who runs the orphanage has said in a CNN interview that he’d really like to get the children out of Tacloban, as they are running out of food and water.
Would anyone know of how we can get these kids to Negros Occidental? is there money being spent on just buying people tickets, or getting them on a boat? would there be a plane that PAL can just lend us, a boat or ferry that will get this people from one place to another for free? TRANSPORT SOS! #reliefPH #rescuePH
Ormoc, Roxas, Tacloban, worldwide donations: ChildFund #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 8:11 pm
ChildFund has been in various provinces in the Philippines, and have launched an emergency response.
“ChildFund emergency response teams have reached Ormoc on Leyte Island and are reporting 90 percent devastation of infrastructure. Working with our local partner organization Hayag, we are doing a head count of children in our programs. So far, no child is reported missing. However, conditions in Ormoc are grim, and communications remain down in most places. There is loss of life and some looting. Food will run out here in three days. If aid doesn’t reach here very soon, people will become desperate and the situation will deteriorate,” says Erwin Galido, ChildFund’s emergency team leader in Ormoc.”
ChildFund’s immediate goals include:
(1) Establish Child-Centered Spaces in Ormoc, Roxas and Tacloban – two centers in each city.
(2) Distribute food packs (rice, noodles and canned goods) for 3,000 families.
(3) Distribute non-food items (bath soap, children’s underwear, sanitary supplies, baby diapers and laundry soap) to 3,000 families.
via edition.cnn.com, accessed 8:10PM.
worldwide donations: PLAN #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 8:03 pm
PLAN has launched its Philippines Typhoon Haiynan Appeal.
“Plan emergency teams are on the ground right now – helping families affected by Typhoon Haiyan, which struck communities with wind speeds of over 310 kmh (195 mph). Plan International Chief Executive Officer Nigel Chapman said: “Plan has spent many years successfully helping to build communities’ resilience to disasters and emergencies in the Philippines – but the sheer strength and impact of this typhoon is simply unprecedented and overwhelming. Many communities are now in dire and urgent need.
We have launched the highest possible level of reponse to this tragedy and are committing many extra resources and staff to help those affected get back on their feet as quickly as possible.”
via edition.cnn.com, accessed 8:03PM.
for Sara, Iloilo: relief goods, medicines, cash donations #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 7:06 pm
Gem Muzones is collecting relief goods for Sara, Iloilo. There are 3,887 damaged houses, 14,872 affected person, and 5,402 affected families in Sara.
The call is for: ready-to-eat food, medicine, old tarpaulins, mats and blankets, hygiene kits, bottled water, pre-loved clothes, and old toys for kids. Cash is also welcome for shipping expenses.
Contact: Gem Muzones | email@example.com.
via Gem Muzones on Facebook, 7:05PM.
worldwide donations: Int’l Medical Corps #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 5:45 pm
The International Medical Corps is accepting donations for their emergency response for victims of Typhoon Yolanda.
“International Medical Corps focuses on the delivery of community-based primary health care. We emphasize training and education, and prioritize hiring local staff — in fact, 96% of our field-based staff and health professionals are recruited from the local community. This helps to ensure that skills and knowledge are passed on and remain long after our programs have ended.
Within the foundation of primary health care delivery, our program priorities are Emergency Response, Health Capacity Building, Women and Children’s Health and Well-Being, Mental Health, and Clean Water, Sanitation & Hygiene.”
via edition.cnn.com, accessed 4:30PM.
worldwide donations: Feed My Starving Children #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 4:52 pm
Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is already distributing food backs to survivors of Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines.
“Half a million MannaPack™ meals from FMSC are already being distributed to Typhoon Haiyan survivors in the Philippines, and additional 2.5 million meals have been requested by humanitarian organizations working in the region. The Philippines is the third-largest recipient of meals from Feed My Starving Children on an ongoing basis.
With three partners working in the Philippines every day, our food can quickly get where it’s needed most when disaster strikes,” says Matt Muraski, Director of International Programs at Feed My Starving Children. “All three partners are mobilizing their meal inventories for this disaster, and two of them—Convoy of Hope and Risen Savior Missions— have asked us to ship at least nine additional cargo containers, or 2.5 million meals, as soon as possible.”
via edition.cnn.com, accessed 4:30PM.
Manila, Quezon City, Ortigas, Taguig, Cebu: call for breast milk #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 8:00 am
The Philippine General Hospital’s Human Milk Bank is calling for breast milk donations for the babies who survived Typhoon Yolanda.
Drop-off points for breast milk donations:
UP-PGH Human Milk Bank
UP-PGH, Taft Avenue, Manila
02-5548400 local 3418.
Alay Gatas Headquarters Human Milk Bank
Philippine Children’s Medical Center, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City
02-9246601 to 25 local 288.
Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital
Lope de Vega, Sta. Cruz, Manila
02-7345561 local 156.
The Medical City Lactation Unit
The Medical City, Ortigas Avenue
02-6356789 local 6720.
St. Luke’s Medical Center Lactation Unit
St. Luke’s Medical Center Global City, 8th floor North Wing, Bonifacio Global
02-7897700 local 7118.
Medela House, 29 1st St., New Manila, Quezon City
Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit
Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center (VSMMC)
B. Rodriguez St, Cebu City
via ph.news.yahoo, Nov 13, 6:00PM.
worldwide donations: World Food Programme #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 5:57 am
The World Food Programme is calling for donations for high energy biscuits for Filipino children victims of Typhoon Yolanda.
$10 dollars is equal to 100 WFP Energy Biscuits.
worldwide donations: V-Day Rise for the Philippines #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 13, 2013 AT 1:45 pm
V-Day has launched Rise for the Philippines, a V-Fund that will benefit the women and men who have been affected by Typhoon Yolanda, on the ground and immediately.
From Monique Wilson in Manila: “The country is still in desperate need for help and V-Day and One Billion Rising is calling on all of you, our Rising sisters and brothers, to please donate what you can. V-Day has set up a V-Fund to make donating easy and secure. 100% of the donations will go straight to the local GABRIELA and Gabriela Women’s Party chapters to directly benefit the people on the ground. Funds raised will be used for a women’s mission in the most affected areas – to provide direct services – food, clothing, shelter, medical and health needs specific to women – as well as psycho-social support for the women survivors. In disasters, even in evacuation centers – we know that sexual violence heightens and we need to ensure the safety and protection of the women and girls.”
From Eve Ensler in Berlin: “The need to wake up to what is happening in the Philippines is a major call for the world. I have traveled the world, far and wide – but I do not know of any organization that is as committed, as radical, as organized and as dedicated to the women in the grassroots communities as GABRIELA in the Philippines. They led the incredible One Billion Risings there. They are on the ground, with the people – and every dime you contribute will get to the women and children affected and their families. Whatever we raise through activist donations, will get matched.”