After the storm isn’t always a rainbow but an endless grave of dead bodies and survivors- waiting..drooping..dying.
Just a few weeks ago, Typhoon Yolanda, internationally known as Haiyan has left its mark in history with bloodshed and a river of tears. It swallowed a whole city in murky waters while taking away more than 10 000 lives. Its powerful 314 kph winds toppled and ravaged through the cities of Visayas including 10, 406 barangays and 575 municipalities.
But it did something greater. It aweaken an energy within us- the desire to take action. An opportunity that people must be brave enough to take. It is the opportunity to make a change.
Despite being the target of the world’s most powerful storm, Filipinos from the young and old, united to help the victims of typhoon Yolanda. The passion for helping became so viral that countries around the world set sail to…
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