BL Live Updates, UMAC Express Cargo team up to send relief goods to typhoon victims in PH
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BL Live Updates, UMAC Express Cargo team up to send relief goods to typhoon victims in PH

Benjie Lindo of the Benjie Lindo Live Updates (left) thanks UMAC Cargo Express Edmonton’s Homer Lising and his staff Odi Salvador and Chris Alberca for finally loading the 25 boxes, October 30, containing various relief goods to help typhoon victims in Nueva Ecija.  The relief project, initiated by the Benjie Lindo Masang Pinoy Alberta Canada, … Continue reading

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China, US add P60-M to PH typhoon relief efforts

By Joyce Ann L. Rocamora  MANILA – The Chinese and United States governments on Wednesday announced an additional PHP60 million in humanitarian aid to help augment the Philippines’ relief efforts in the Visayas and Mindanao following the onslaught of Typhoon Odette. Chinese Ambassador Huang Xilian said China coursed its USD1 million (approximately PHP50 million) cash donation … Continue reading

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Catanduanes thanks Red Cross’ vast support for typhoon victims

Catanduanes thanks Red Cross’ vast support for typhoon victims Philippine Red Cross’ M/V Amazing Grace (PRC photo) MANILA (Philippines News Agency)– Nearly a month after the onslaught of Super Typhoons Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses that severely affected around 15,000 families in Catanduanes, local officials have expressed profound gratitude for the Philippine Red Cross’ (PRC) numerous assistance hprovided … Continue reading

Philippines

Red Cross ship sails to Catanduanes for relief mission

Red Cross ship sails to Catanduanes for relief mission By Marita Moaje   AID ON THE WAY. The Philippine Red Cross’ M/V PRC Amazing Grace sailed on Wednesday (Nov. 25, 2020) for its first humanitarian mission in Catanduanes. PRC chairman, Sen. Richard Gordon said the ship will deliver much-needed relief and assistance to typhoon-affected communities in the … Continue reading

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More flooded towns in Cagayan get relief goods

More flooded towns in Cagayan get relief goods By Priam Nepomuceno   (PAF photo) MANILA (Philippines News Agency)– Five more towns affected by heavy flooding in Cagayan province were provided with relief goods carried by two Philippine Air Force (PAF) UH-1H helicopters on Tuesday. Lt. Col. Aristides Galang, PAF spokesperson, said the relief goods were delivered to … Continue reading