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From the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to the series of typhoons that hit the Philippines, generous individuals and organizations have taken it upon themselves to organize donation drives to help Filipinos in need. But while most donation drives are well-
Social media posts show it's not about being lazy.
Using the hashtag #NationalAcadBreakNow, Filipino students from different school levels pleaded on social media for a respite from school work following monster Typhoons Ulysses (Vamco) and Rolly (Goni).Students say: It's not about them being lazy, it's about
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Typhoon Ulysses (Vamco) flooded communities and displaced thousands, many of whom need help. If you're looking to donate, you can do so digitally via mobile wallet app GCash. Transacting is free of charge and any amount will be accepted. You
Bea's charity, I Am Hope Organization, sent goods and supplies.
Vice President Leni Robredo has been working hard to provide for those heavily affected by the typhoons that hit the Philippines this month. But she's not doing it alone. For instance, on Monday, the vice president thanked I Am Hope
Her hometown was heavily affected by Super Typhoon Yolanda in 2013.
Miss Universe Philippines 2020 Rabiya Mateo recently talked about her experience during 2013's Super Typhoon Yolanda in an interview for the show Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho. Rabiya shared that it was the biggest challenge of her life as she witnessed
They had to evacuate twice.
On Tuesday, November 10, Vice Ganda and partner Ion Perez flew to Balesin Island with their friends for a quick break. They didn't realize there was another typhoon approaching the country, after Typhoon Rolly devastated the Bicol region earlier this
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Typhoon Ulysses brought destructive winds and torrential rain when it made its landfall in the Philippines on November 12, leaving in its trail numerous cities in waist-high floods, power outages, and immense distraught nationwide. One of the most affected areas by
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A series of emergency warnings jolted mobile phones overnight, from storm surge warnings to storm signals due to Typhoon Ulysses (Vamco). Who's behind it? Twitterverse's textmate, the NDRRMC. The government's disaster response council made it to
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On Thursday, November 12, Typhoon Ulysses triggered floods and affected several areas in Metro Manila and other parts of Luzon. Places like Marikina and Rizal were heavily hit, with many residents fleeing to their rooftops or braving the water just to get
Due to the lack of available flotation devices, the couple resorted to using their surfboards to help evacuate the residents.
The city of Marikina has been badly hit by the onslaught of Typhoon Ulysses in the country. Many residents are currently in need of rescuing because of the heavy flooding. Some have fled to their second floors, while others have already resorted