The Aftermath of Super Haiyan (Yolanda)

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The Deadly Super Typhoon Haiyan or Typhoon Yolanda (Philippine Name) that hit the Country last Nov. 8, 2013 is considered as one of the strongest storms that have Shaped this year. With a wind speed of 195 mph and gusts of 235 mph and a storm Surge as high as 20 feet.
It Is a tragic incident that has left thousands of Filipinos devastated and Homeless and for some dead. The typhoon left the Filipinos struggling up to now And maybe to those who have survived the catastrophe will continually be disturbed by perpetual queries On how they will ever get by. But I have faith in Filipinos I know that we will be able to rise again.




The Philippines will be forever GRATEFUL to those Countries/People who have extended their Help and condolences. It means soooo much to us. Again Thank you from the Inner core of our hearts. =)


1. ASEAN 
2. Sultan Hassanai Bolkiah of Brunei
3. Australia
4.Britain
5.Canada
6. The Red Cross of China
7. the Eurpean Union
8. Fiji
9. Germany
10. Japan
11. New Zealand
12. Prince Talal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia
13. Singapore
14. Taiwan
15. United States
16. Turkey
17. U.A.E
18. United Nations
19. Pope Francis
20. Vietnam 
21. Israel
22. Russia
23. Belgium

You Can read the full article HERE and HERE

And these 2 Angels from L.A who tries to Sell Lemonade Ice tea for the Typhoon Victims
Full Story HERE

Pls. continue to #PrayForThePhilipines

(Disclaimer: I do not claim to own the rights to any of the photos use in this post)

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  1. Loved the post ^_^ Thank you so much for sharing!

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  2. Loved the post ^_^ Thank you so much for sharing!

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  3. es un desastre y una tragedia increible.... esperemos que con la colaboración de todos vuelvan lo más rapido posible a la normalidad.

    http://sweet-perdition.blogspot.com.es/

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  4. My prayers go out to all out there. We believe in moving fast to donate Hello from USA.
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  5. This is so devastating, I can't even begin to think about what people are going through right now, my prayers really do go out to them x
    -Magenta xx

    http://lovinglouboutins.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. I will continue to pray for the people of the Philippines... so very sad...:-/

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  7. That is really heartbreaking and so devastating one sis...we Filipino can cope up.

    http://jocrisworld.blogspot.com/

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  8. All the prays for these people, it makes me cry all the pain that the Phili are suffering now :((
    Those baby girls from LA are real angels on Earth, you should take them as example.
    Xxx

    Carolina

    www.the-world-c.blogspot.com

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  9. I was so shocked when I heard about it. I hope so much that they´ll get enough help to survive and that no more people and especially more children won´t die. You see the terrible photos, but you don´t know what to do. xx

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  10. This is so sad! Thank you for sharing!
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  11. This is such a heartbreaking tragedy!! I really hope they are going to be okay. My school has already started a fundraiser for them and we hope to help out!

    http://www.mybrokeneggshells.com

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  12. Thank you so much everyone for your comments and prayers.

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  13. Thank you for sharing this to raise an awareness. I hope our kababayans we'll be able to get back on their feet strong and firm.

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  14. hi Donna. i admire this post. I honestly cant share pictures of devastation from Typhoon Yolanda e. super heart breaking every time I refresh my blog :(

    babyneosmama.blogspot.com

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