Help the ‘victims’ of Typhoon Haiyan

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Its no longer news that about a month ago, November 8, a super storm “Typhoon Haiyan” coming at the speed of 300Km/h struck the coastal area of Tacloban city, Leyte Province, Central Philippines. However, what’s worthy of attention is the terrible suffering, pain and devastation it has caused its victims.
Here’s a survivor who lights candles  and creates a makeshift grave for his late father and uncle.

Presently, the death toll stands at about 5,720.
40,000 people are still missing
3.8 Million people are displaced
A million farmers were affected
Here’s a picture on the extent of devastation

The situation is extremely critical. There’s severe hunger and thirst, lack of shelter, families torn apart by grief and pain, the stench of death is everywhere.

Rehabilitation can take up to 3-5 years.
The UN, some countries, charity organizations and humanitarian groups, and notable philanthropists have been donating and trying to help. But from what we can see, so much more still needs to be done.

Let’s help in our own little way.
Let’s remember the people left homeless, out in the terrible cold, starving, emotionally distressed. Lets think about the orphans, fatherless and widows. Let us pray for them and support them in every little way we can.

Please, Kindly see these links to find out ways in which you can help. Im sure the people of Philippines would greatly appreciate your help. ( they really need IT)

God bless you as you HELP.
Show love,
Everyone deserves to be happy.


One thought on “Help the ‘victims’ of Typhoon Haiyan

    lotenna responded:
    December 6, 2013 at 1:38 pm

    yeah. the people of Philippines really need help. let us help in anyway we can. No way is to little, its the heart that matters


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