Tag Archives: Relief Operation

One Island at a Time: Mambacayao Diot Outreach

Fifteen days after the strong typhoon has passed, we had finally packed eleven sacks of relief goods for a tiny island called Mambacayao Diot a few miles north to Sagay City in Negros Occidental and part of the Bantayan group … Continue reading

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Strolling the Mangrove Boardwalk: A Hopeful Day with the Oil Slick Victims

For less than two weeks, I’ve been asking here and there for donations for the fishing community in Brgy. Day-as, Cordova in our very own Mactan Island.  Along with my college friends who have been persuasively reaching out to people … Continue reading

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I Bet You Won’t Eat Fish: How we could be of help to the oil stricken community

I bet you won’t eat fish after hearing about the two massive marine vessels colliding and one of them sinking to the seafloor.  Your imagination might have lured you into thoughts of fishes devouring parts of dead bodies or drinking … Continue reading

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The Immiscible Culprit: An Ocular Visit to the Oil Spill Affected Shores

While a handful of families still mourn over the loss of lives and unretrieved bodies after the tragic collision of two huge marine vessels at Lawis Ledge, Cebu, dozens of communities are also mourning for their loss of livelihood.  The … Continue reading

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