Join the TFCOS Health Camp in Northern Samar

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Tabang Project Poster Health Camp

 

Let us all help the survivors of supetyphoon Haiyan (Yolanda) rebuild their lives, especially the children. Join us in the first of a series of Health Camps in Samar which consists medical mission and psychosocial first aid for children and adults.

Please contact us through Karl Labagala at 437-6918 or at mobile phone no. 09328635008 for more information and if you wish to volunteer and help in any way.

Doctors and medical professionals are very welcome to join us.

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TABANG: Ricostruire L’esistenza dei Sopravvisuti Tifone Haiyan nella Provincia di Samar

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The Task Force Children of the Storm is currently implementing the project  “TABANG: Ricostruire L’esistenza dei Sopravvisuti Tifone Haiyan nella Provincia di Samar” in partnership with ARCI Toscana and with the support of Regione Toscana. The said project is being implemented in three areas, namely: Paranas, Samar; Lope de Vega, Northern Samar and Borongan, Eastern Samar. It aims to provide health missions and livelihood programs for Haiyan-affected communities in the said areas.

The livelihood programs are to be implemented together with local farmers associations and people’s organizations so as to ensure aptness of the said programs.

The health camps consist of medical mission and psychosocial first aid and will benefit 3,000 individuals (1,000 per area). Half of the beneficiaries will be children. The first health camp is scheduled on May 17-19, 2014 in Northern Samar and the other two are to be conducted between the second and third quarters of the year.

We are in need of additional help for the health camps. Volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses, psychologists and social workers are very much welcome to attend any of the three health camps to be conducted. Additional medicines and medical supplies will be of great help.

For more information and for donations for the health camps, please do not hesitate to contact us via email at tf.childrenofthestorm@gmail.com. You may also reach us through telephone numbers (02) 437-6918 or at mobile phone numbers +639328635008 and look for Karl Mark Labagala.

TFCOS: Appeal for the Victims of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) [Video]

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Click on this link for the video
TFCOS: Appeal for the Victims of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan)

Task Force Children of the Storm: Appeal for the Victims of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan).
Kharlo Manano, Secretary General of the Salinlahi Alliance for Children’s Concerns, speaks on behalf of the Task Force Children of the Storm to appeal for help for the victims of super typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan). TFCOS intends to conduct relief mission/s and psychosocial first aid to children victims of the disaster.
For monetary (peso) donations, you can send it to the following:
Bank: Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company
Account name: Association for the Rights of Children in Southeast Asia
SWIFT CODE: MBTCPHMM
Account Number: 320-3-32050967-0
For dollar donations, please send it to:
Bank: Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company
Account name: Association for the Rights of Children in Southeast Asia
SWIFT CODE: MBTCPHMM
Account Number: 320-2-32000525-0

Help us Help Yolanda (Haiyan) Victims

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10 November 2013

Dear friends,

Greetings of peace and solidarity!

The havoc brought by super Typhoon Yolanda (International name Haiyan) last 8th of November 2013 has caused major devastation to hundreds of thousands of Filipinos. Around 10,000 individuals are feared to be dead, including children and elderly, while there are still thousands missing. Many have lost their homes, livelihood and most especially their loved-ones.

The provinces of Samar and Leyte in the Visayas and Mindoro Oriental in Southern Luzon were heavily affected. The storm surge in Eastern Samar and Eastern part of Leyte submerged communities including the highly urbanized city of Tacloban. Yolanda instantly destroyed houses, schools and other major infrastructures.

Typhoon Yolanda has left but the long-term effects will stay with the affected families. Survivors are desperately in need of our support, from basic necessities like food, potable water, clothes and medicine, to helping them cope with trauma and negative impact of the disaster in their lives.

These families need to be reached out and the Task Force Children of the Storm (TFCOS) is counting on your big hearts. We need more support in the form of in kind and cash donations to be able to give flood affected families the following:

  1. Easy to cook and ready to eat products: noodles, sardines, tuna, corned beef and other canned goods, dried fish, etc.;
  2. Rice, Salt, Sugar, Coffee;
  3. Potable water;
  4. Sanitary and personal hygiene needs: toilet paper, sanitary napkins, diaper, laundry soap, bath soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush;
  5. Medical needs: alcohol, bandages, povidine, medicine for cough, colds, fever, diarrhoea, pain reliever and antibiotics for both children and adults.

Aside from these items, we also count on your tireless volunteerism to help us gather, package and deliver the relief goods. TFCOS also needs volunteers for health missions and psycho social first aid which are planned to be implemented within November.

For cash donations, you can deposit directly to our bank account:

For monetary (peso) donations, you can send it to the following:

Bank: Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company
Account name: Association for the Rights of Children in Southeast Asia
SWIFT CODE: MBTCPHMM
Account Number: 320-3-32050967-0

For dollar donations, please send it to:

Bank: Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company
Account name: Association for the Rights of Children in Southeast Asia
SWIFT CODE: MBTCPHMM
Account Number: 320-2-32000525-0

Thank you very much and your help will go a long way.

Sincerely,

Members of the TFCOS

Association for the Rights of Children in Southeast Asia (ARCSEA)

Batibot Early Learning Center

Children’s Rehabilitation Center

Parent’s Alternative on Early Childhood Care and Development

Salinlahi Alliance for Children’s Concerns

Relief Mission of TFCOS and SocSciSoc of Our Lady of Fatima University (Antipolo City)

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Thanks to the students, adviser and professors of Our Lady of Fatima University in Antipolo City, especially of the Social Science Society. Our relief mission in Malanday and Sto. Nino in Marikina City yesterday (3rd of September) was a success!

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