Philippines: aid after Haiyan transit

As you can all see in the news, devastating Typhoon Haiyan swept the Philippines. This was accompanied by violent gusts, tidal waves and landslides.

This storm is called a ‘super typhoon’ with heavy rains over 33 provinces in the Philippines. Telecommunications systems have failed and it is still difficult to know the exact extent of the damage. Experts say that about 12 million people have been affected by this typhoon.

As you know, we have partners on site in the Philippines. The projects have been spared but many of our children have family members who are affected, some are not sure yet if they are still alive. Within 2 days, the first team of our coordinators and young people (from the projects) will leave for the affected areas. They will provide clothing, medication, rice and drinking water.

Would you like to help us with that?

4 Comments on “Philippines: aid after Haiyan transit

  1. Ik kan niet vaak artikelen online lezen, maar ik ben blij dat ik dat vandaag heb gedaan. Het is heel goed geschreven en uw punten zijn goed uitgedrukt. Ik verzoek u hartelijk, stop nooit met schrijven.

  2. Dit is een slimme blog. Ik meen het. Je hebt zoveel kennis over deze kwestie en zoveel passie. Je weet ook hoe je mensen erachter kunt laten komen, duidelijk uit de reacties.

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