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I believe that we all, together, can recover from this tragedy. In every sunset, there will always be a beginning and that beginning is the everyday’s sunrise.
BANATE, Iloilo- People have been ready for Yolanda (Haiyan) to landfall even a day before. Some evacuated to the prescribed evacuation areas, but many have chosen to stay in their homes thinking that Yolanda would spare their houses. They were wrong. Houses and establishments in Banate have been flown away by the merciless wind … More Fish-like Home
Social media is a powerful tool during times of need, but its power can go both ways. Here are a few do’s and don’ts for the social media savvy, post Yolanda. DO use your accounts to share vital information with your network. It may seem like everyone is repeating the same thing but it is crucial … More Dos and Don’ts in Social Media in times of Crisis
“We prepared for Yolanda, we just didn’t expect she was this cruel”, people from Northern Iloilo exclaimed. As typhoon Haiyan rocked the Philippines on November 8, 2013, everybody was shocked and horrified about its strength. Posts and trees have … More Haiyan at its Finest
To those who had sent their help to the Typhoon Haiyan victims, thank you so much! I myself have been a victim but then, there are really people whose situation is worse than mine. Thank you all. Please keep praying!