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Just Like Paper; Flimsy Government Built Shelters Destroyed

Because our government is the best when it comes to messages of sympathy and calling out for solidarity. But as far as action goes, this administration really has a lot of shortcomings to make up for. 391 more words

After Yolanda, Korina does it again with Ruby

It looks like it is getting to be a habit for Korina Sanchez, ABS-CBN news anchor, to be making a faux pas every time we are visited and pummeled by a typhoon. 295 more words

National News

In the Philippines, hundreds of thousands flee approaching typhoon

Hundreds of thousands of people across a wide stretch of the Philippines sought refuge Friday in churches, schools and other makeshift evacuation centers as the island nation braced for another a powerful typhoon. 1,007 more words



Tacloban City, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles) – An official of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) gave a piece of advice to Filipinos planning to attend the Masses to be celebrated by Pope Francis during his visit to the country in January. 205 more words


Transitional Shelters

Located in New Kawayan, Tacloban City, the houses were developed and funded by various religious groups, are given to chosen families affected by the Typhoon Yolanda. 69 more words


Is the Re-Building of Tacloban and Other Provinces Taking Too Slow?

On November 8, 2013, International typhoon named “Haiyan” struck the eastern seaboard of the Philippines, in the process, it devastated parts of the Waray provinces (mostly region VIII) and left Billions and billions of pesos as damaged. 405 more words

Rehabilitation Czar Ping Lacson Blasts Tacloban Mayor Alfred Romualdez

Presidential Assistant for Rehabilitation and recovery Panfilo Lacson, which spearheads the executive branch’s effort on rehabilitating the areas hit by calamity, specifically the areas where Typhoon Haiyn struck. 342 more words