Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous donation to our project helping mothers affected by the earthquake. The earthquake in Cotabato has wrought so much destruction to large populations and the most vulnerable who are affected are children, women and old people. We provided hygiene kits during the initial phase and thanks so much for local donors who helped us with their support. This reporting period, and seeing during our assessment the need for sanitary latrines, we were able to provide 35 latrines to women-led households. We selected women-led households because they are the most disadvantaged and needing much help. After the initial interest by donors, the news about the earthquake is long gone now and interest has waned. We are local and we are able to continue our support with very little administrative overhead so this is surely an advantage.
Hoping for your continuing support.
Very sincerely yours,
Jan 7, 2020
By Michelle Frances Uy - Project Leader
Distributing hygiene kits
Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project helping the very poor especially farmers and artisans affected by Typhoon Ursula. The typhoon was particularly devastating to those who were devastated by Typhoon Haiyan years ago. Recovery is very poor and there is a need for continuing support to affected families who have difficulty in making ends meet. This reporting period, we are able to provide hygiene kits and food packs to 1,300 families living in 3 barrios in Ormoc City and in Albuera. Our team is composed of local volunteers and staff who are very knowledgeable about the area and our operational success is excellent. Hoping that we are able to generate additional funds as we focus our efforts to implement home vegetable gardening activities.
Very sincerely yours,
Dec 3, 2019
Continue treating abandoned pets
By Cora Sayre - Project Leader
Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project preventing the cruelty of animals especially pets whose owners love when they are still young but eventually they got tired of the pets especially when they become older and difficult to raise. In poor households these animals compete for food that is otherwise provided to the members of the household and this causes problems with the pets at a serious disadvantage. This reporting period we continue to rescue pets that are no longer being taken cared of by their owners. If they are cared for, the caring is minimal and not on time. We assisted in the provision of food as well as medical care for 23 pets in 2 nearby barrios. In addition we also informed their owners of their responsibility for their pets.