Relief for 180 Flood Affected Families in Manila

 
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Her sign means "Thank You" in Tagalog!
Her sign means "Thank You" in Tagalog!

Thanks so much for providing relief for flood affected families in the Philippines. Because of your generosity, 180 of the hardest affected families received relief packs containing essential food and hygiene supplies.

 The food provided these families with essential nutrition in the first few days after the flood, and the hygiene supplies enabled them to stay clean and healthy and avoid the threat of waterborne illness.

Floods will never be easy for affected families, but your generosity means that they were able to survive and recover more quickly.

We’ll send you updates about how your gift is changing the lives flood affected families right here on GlobalGiving. Should you ever have any questions about how we’re using your donation, please don’t hesitate to email Emma@IDVolunteers.org. We’d love to hear from you!

One last time, thanks so much for providing relief to flood affected families in the Philippines!

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Help 600 People Escape Floods & Poverty
In the community of Banaba, hundreds of residents live in shacks by the riverbank. Every year, when the floods come, those residents are forced to evacuate and their homes are damaged or destroyed. They'd like to live somewhere safer, but they can't afford to move. They need both a well-equipped evacuation centre to stay safe during floods and poverty reduction programmes year-round so that they can become more resilient. This project will meet both of those needs! project reportread updates from the field

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Emma Taylor

Bristol, Somerset United Kingdom

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