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Mutual Success Lighting Fixture Inc. Newsletter Volume 85. Inspirational Qoutes. Overall Quota Hitter. 1. Dexter Camaya - Area 15. 2. Renchell Suan – Area 22. 3.Oliver Dinglasan - Area 14. 4. Evangeline Jimenez- Area6. 5. Fermino Jansol - Area 19.
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The tropical cyclone (the blanket term for hurricanes and typhoons) packed sustained winds of up 190 mph (305 km/h) in the hours before it made landfall, according to some accounts. It will likely go down as one of the five strongest storms in the last 50 years
Super Typhoon Haiyan ravaged the central Philippines on Friday (Nov. 8), affecting millions and displacing hundreds of thousands.
Ready-to-eat foods like crackers, biscuits, and other ready-to-eat food
If you're willing to give away your old clothes, make sure they are wearable and are still in good condition. Avoid donating leather jackets, cocktail dresses, ball gowns, coats, and designer tops
Aside from shampoo and soap, donating other toiletries such as toothbrush, toothpaste, sanitary napkins, and rubbing alcohol is important too
Mats and blankets
Since most structures were severely damaged in the calamity, donating tents can give Yolanda victims a decent place to stay.
A military officer carries a baby into a truck with her family after they arrived at the Villamore Air Base in Manila from the disaster zone.
The storm may have killed thousands and torn down homes, but those who survived tried to stay together, even as they seek food, water and shelter.
The military was quick to respond to the disaster, arriving in worst-hit areas as early as Saturday to help maintain order as residents struggled through the aftermath.
Elderly survivors’ will to live through the calamity also provided a glimmer of hope for both victims and the rest of the nation whose eyes are all on Yolanda-hit areas.
Though desperate for food and other supplies, some survivors in Tacloban City observed order amid chaos and chose to fall in line for relief goods.