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grounded

Every once in a while I get a chance to show visitors around my hometown.  This was one of those days, and where else to bring them but to the latest attraction site, the grounded ships at Anibong?   243 more words

Streets Of Tacloban

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Friday: It didn’t stop raining. From Saturday afternoon until Wednesday there was no end to the constant stream of heavy and prolonged downpours. By Tuesday I was fed up with it. 934 more words

Are Charities Reliable? and Major Obstacles for Tacloban

Where does the charity actually go?

Giving to charity doesn’t always mean that those in need will be on the receiving end of that money. The average American donates about $2,500 a year to charity, according to The Chronicle of Philanthropy. 501 more words

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POTENTIAL INFRASTRUCTURAL SUPPORT

I have contacted a small number of non-profits which provide support in regard to water and power supply infrastructure. So far I have not heard anything back, but I have provided links to the entities below for your reference and intrigue. 59 more words

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TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT HOUSING SOLUTIONS

IMMEDIATE SOLUTION

CONCRETE CANVAS – Potential solutions for temporary housing utilizing reconstructed debris as structural framework.  See more at: http://www.concretecanvas.com/concrete-canvas/general/what-is-it/

I am awaiting a price quote on this material for individual family sized volumes (30 sqm) and community sized volumes (3,000 sqm).   101 more words

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Tacloban Conference Call Notes

I apologize for how late this post is in regard to the conference call that took place between us and Tacloban, but here are some minutes to keep in mind as we push forward. 414 more words

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Article about crowdsourcing on mobile works

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Hey Luke, and others.
This is an article I got from DT student about crowdsourcing on mobile.

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