TACLOBAN CITY–Cebuana Lhuillier, the largest microfinancial company in the Philippines, once again extended its help to the city of Tacloban. Together with Unilever-Surf, and Smart Communications, Cebuana Lhuillier donated 10,000 pieces of cement pavers to Dr. 226 more words
No sooner had I sent out the September 2014 newsletter yesterday morning that I saw a post on my Facebook feed announcing that all flights to Tacloban airport has been suspended… 225 more words
The Alay sa may mga Kapansanan Association, Inc. (AKAI) is a non-profit and non-stock organization registered under SEC No. A200116478.
It aimed to help people with either physical and mental disability to gain a sense of self-worth, believing PWDs ‘should be treated equally no matter how physically challenged they are.’ It had given out wheelchairs, crutches, hearing aids and other assistive devices, and had conducted free medical and dental services to PWDs in many depressed areas, institutions and schools. 103 more words