Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Message from Doc Ted


As per Larry Alag of Bantayan, Cebu, his communities are still underserved in terms of distribution of relief goods. May I request DYA - Spain c/l Totskie Caro and ArmyArmymra Baldonado Alcantara to contact Larry Alag: 09059198391, 09175208085 for guidance on how to stage for Bantayan. Tell him i endorsed you. God bless you

Marcini of Olongapo is in Leyte and is asking for MANPOWER to augment their teams in the Field Hospital. For interested nurses/EMTs/Doctors, please contact Marcini: 09164044628.

For Dr Joyce Anne Regalado and Dr Marvin Munar, Richard will take care of your supply lines for Kananga and Ormoc areas. Prepare to sleep anywhere.

Belshazzar Valencia, please keep your reports and pictures at bay. Do you have suggestion for a 2nd wave medical mission somewhere in Panay and Negros areas?

Godspeed, Champions!

Monday, November 18, 2013

News Share on FB: Batad Iloilo

We will head to Binon-an and Alisolong Batad tomorrow. 8 days after the typhoon, and just like most of the areas in Iloilo, little or no help has gotten through these places. Alinsolong, Batad will be harder to access since no trucks or cars can access this little baranggay.

We hope that the supplies we'll bring will be enough but from what we've heard, we're afraid that nothing's enough right now.  It's sad and heartbreaking but everyone's helping out and doing their part. And we hope to distribute the second batch of goods as soon as possible.

This is Binon-an, Batad Iloilo.

Photo by Charity Diosalan

NDRRMC SitRep #24 as of 6am Nov.17, 2013

Map of the number of houses totally damaged per municipality in the direct impact area (within the 30 km radius from the eye of the storm) based on NDRRMC SitRep #24 as of 6:00AM 17 November 2013.

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Repacking for victim of typhoon YOLANDA (HAIYAN) in the north of Panay

Communications restored as of Nov. 16, 2013 in Western Visayas Region 6

Path of Typhoon YOLANDA (HAIYAN)

It is clear that Tacloban is only the tip of the iceberg. There are many, many towns and cities that suffered damage from #YolandaPH. Palaweno, Cebuano, Ilonggo friends, please send relief closer to home. Some areas are reportedly as badly damaged as Tacloban. Other areas just need a boost to get them back on their feet. 

We all need to spread out relief to many other cities/towns. Tacloban is not the Philippines.

Friday, November 15, 2013

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Word from our Iloilo City Mayor regarding typhoon YOLANDA

Mayor Jed Patrick E. Mabilog and the Iloilo City Government have decided to cancel the holding of its annual christmas party for the year 2013. But instead we shall be donating the amount for the victims of typhoon Yolanda in the Province of Iloilo. Our Lord taught us to LOVE THY NEIGHBOR as good Christians. I am Iloilo. Proud to be Ilonggo.

Report from Regional Disaster Risk Reduction Council (Western Visayas - Region 6)

A copy from Office of Civil Defense - Region 6 (Western Visayas) - Regional Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council through Darwin Papa (Operations Officer) & Eb Blair Penaranda (Documentation Officer) of Iloilo City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/rialbbe/posts/10151761664272616