Showing posts with label Thank you donors. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Thank you donors. Show all posts

11.16.2013

Keep Calm The Philippines is Under Care

In times like this, "THANK YOU" words are not suffice to pay back to people/countries  who are untiringly working hand in hand sending medical assistance, foods, troops and etc. to the victims of super typhoon Yolanda (Hiayan). World leaders, private organizations and individuals, Filipinos and non-Filipinos alike are extending their prayers, ways and means to help thousands of victims who are under the state of calamity especially in Tacloban, Cebu and neighbor islands where Hiayan left her juice of devastation.

We Filipinos are known for being very strong when it comes to difficulties and trials, but in situation like this "strong" will just be a word and no justice without the help of so many. We are stronger now because of the help of the UN, USA, JAPAN, ISRAEL, INDONESIA, KWUAIT, UAE, KANADA,  TAIWAN, GREAT BRITAIN, KINGS, QUEENS, STUDENTS, NGOs, ARTISTS, MUSICIANS and more. Let's face it, tho we Filipinos are not blessed with a well and financially sustained country,  but we are blessed with countries full of good people in it. This is a statement that we owns the world. Thank you donors for making the Filipino people feel this way.

GUIUAN, Eastern Samar, Republic of the Philippines (Nov. 15, 2013) Marines from the Marine Wing Support Squadron (MWSS) 172 off-load supplies and gear to support local civilians. | via USS George Washington (CVN 73)

Photo and caption by Vhanie De Juan Teggatz  The 2nd Leyte Gulf Landing... "I shall return". If General Douglas MacArthur is not with them, at least his people.
USS George Washington (CVN 73) Aircraft Carrier Together With Cruisers USS Antietam and USS Cowpens And Destroyer USS Mustin heading to the Philippines to Bolster Aid Relief Efforts.. Thank you for your continous generosity!
[PHOTO] Members of the military help unload relief goods from three C-130 planes from Indonesia that landed at the Mactan Benito Ebuen Air Base on Thursday morning, Nov. 14, 2013. Last Saturday, the Asean neighbor also sent two C-130 planes carrying assistance for victims of Typhoon Yolanda. (Alex Badayos photo/Sun.Star Cebu)

Read related story here: http://www.sunstar.com.ph/cebu/local-news/2013/11/15/davide-thanks-foreign-envoys-assistance-313843


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