Sendong destroyed hundreds of homes, consequently affected more than 17,000 families in Iligan City. Several NGOs have sent in their help, one of which is this Shelter Box, basically a tent for a family of&hellip
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A high school friend of mine is selling an anti-leptospirosis medicine Doxycycline at P89.oo per box, without any markup price. You pay for the shipping, as the seller is Cebu City based. Contact him for&hellip
Map showing location of barangays adjacent to Mandulog River that were flooded due to typhooon Sendong. Click to see a slightly larger size.
The number of dead and missing in Iligan City as of January 2, 2012. Dead – 493, identified are 173 Missing – 391 Total affected families – 17,532
I got this list from Disaster Command Center in City Hall. City Central School – Mahayahay – 223-3253, Josie Mabanta Tambacan Elementary School – Tambacan – 225-3936, Emilia Collado Mangga Elementary School – Tubod –&hellip
A short docunews video about the impact of illegal logging in Iligan City, hosted by Maria Ressa for Rappler.com
MSU-IIT Chancellor Sukarno D. Tanggol announced on December 28 of last year that the school will resume its class on January 9.
I stumbled upon four (4) photos of EcoWEB about a work they initiated along the road going to Rogongon. For another One for Iligan action, herewith are the pictures of the “bayaninhan” spirit in Rogongon&hellip
MANILA, Philippines – The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is hoping to receive additional funding from the US and other international donors for the victims of tropical storm “Sendong.” IOM Philippines chief of mission Ovais&hellip
The mayor of Mlang, Lito Piñol together with this family and a team composed of nurses and a doctor traveled by land for more than 10 hours to help out the victims of Sendong here&hellip