Emergency Food Packs for Typhoon Haiyan Survivors

$13,134 $36,866
Raised Remaining
Dec 2, 2013

Food packs urgently needed

Living in lean-to
Living in lean-to's

Dear Friends,

Greetings and thank you very much for your kind support. Food packs is indeed urgently needed by the survivors especially for those living in the interior or just too traumatized to go to relief centers. Those who have lost loved ones are depressed and if we can provide them food, at least our help will be greatly appreciated by them.

We urgently need additional support as people here are starving. Hope you will be able to inform your friends. We are working close in the ground and staying where the survivors are. Our food packs are Filipino food such as mongo, dried fish, sweet potato, vegetables and rice. International aid is providing noodles which eventually the survivors do not like. We will be mobilizing food caravans that can reach remote areas. The food packs will be carried by water buffalo, motorcycles and horses.

Hope you can inform your friends about our effort.

Very sincerely yours,



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Cora Sayre

Executive Director
Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental Philippines

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