A P25-million aid for the victims of typhoon Yolanda in this province is coming in through Concern Worldwide.
Concern Worldwide, a humanitarian organization with its head office in Dublin, Ireland is going to 24 countries worldwide, among them is the Philippines to bring hope and aid to the vulnerable.
Philip Miller, head of Concern Worldwide said they do humanitarian response in times of need during calamities or help people in vulnerable areas prepare for disasters.
In Negros Occidental, Miller called on Governor Alfredo G. Marañon Jr. and related to him the organization’s intent to help 11,200 families who were victims of Yolanda in the province.
Concern Worldwide is spending an aid of P25-million for these victims.
“The P25-million aid is programmed based on the proposal prepared by the provincial government,” Miller said in an interview…
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