FLATOUT BROKEN The view from the air of Boston town in Davao Oriental province shows the massive devastation wrought by Typhoon “Pablo” on Tuesday morning. The President said he will declare a state of calamity. REY MARFIL/CONTRIBUTOR
MANILA, Philippines – In the aftermath of typhoon “Pablo” (international name Bopha), the strongest storm to hit the country this year, various government agencies and non-government organizations (NGOs) scrambled to bring aid to the more than 200,000 people affected by the cyclone in the Visayas and Mindanao regions.
INQUIRER.net has compiled a list of ways on how to donate relief goods and other essential items for the victims of the typhoon. Here is the list of ways to help the victims:
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