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PHUKET: Funds and relief goods collected for victims of Typhoon Haiyan under the iBless Philippines campaign have been sent to the Philippines, and more fund raising events are in the works.
"I've never had such swift RSVP responses from guys," he laughs. Kasbekar is referring to the brunch Vijay Mallya is hosting next Saturday to launch the Kingfisher Calendar 2014 which he shot.
NESTLE Philippines recently kicked off the latest leg of its farmer caravan in Mindanao, visiting several key coffee-producing areas to provide local farmers with training and assistance in the areas of coffee production and post-production.
THE sweet journey continues. After spending the night in Davao City's very cozy Domicilio Lorenzo Apartelle, we spent the next morning visiting the Cathedral and having breakfast buffet at the Marco Polo Davao.
The Department of Agriculture's Veterinary Clinic staff and volunteers: L-R Derek Danielson; HSI vet Dr. Sheryl Ramosa, volunteers Tanya Tarasawa and Mona King; Territorial Veterinarian Dr. Brenda Smith and volunteer Warren King.
The Red Cross warned against aid dependency in the Philippines Tuesday as the United Nations urged donors to double their assistance to millions of victims of the country's deadliest-ever typhoon.
Her dad, Simon Nasalga Sr., was a decorated Filipino U.S. Army World War II veteran who died in 1981 at the age of 60. He earned a medal for the Asiatic Pacific Campaign, ribbons for the Papua and New Guinea campaigns, a distinguished unit badge for the liberation of the Philippines and a Bronze Star for the Luzon campaign.
Filipino workers abandoned by Korean employer and Filipino agency 12 Overseas Filipino Workers who were hired by a Filipino agency in Ermita to work for a Korean company in Saudi Arabia have been dumped with no money, no food and no assistance from their Ermita based agency when the Korean employers and staffers decamped, probably back to Seoul.
Last month, Supertyphoon Haiyan wrought unprecedented havoc when it rampaged across the Central Philippines, leaving almost 6,000 people dead and more than 27,000 injured.
Teen heartthrob Justin Bieber visited young victims of Typhoon Haiyan on Tuesday, traveling to the Philippines after launching a worldwide campaign to help those affected by the deadly storm.
Chiara Zambrano's "They are Alive" video of Leyte folk seeking kin or rescue had just started airing on TV Patrol, silencing the entire household, when a slow-loading laptop scrolled open the Daily Mail's sensational story on the alleged diversion of UK relief aid for Yolanda victims.
Secretary of State John Kerry is returning to the Mideast for more peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians and then will travel on to Vietnam and the Philippines.
SIX hundred residents of Yarrawonga, including members of the local footy club, have lost $73m with the collapse of the Vlahos punting club.
CBM chair Felix Tiukinhoy Jr. said in a press conference yesterday that aligning CBM's activities with what will happen in the next two years will help the Cebu business community address the opportunities and challenges that the Asean integration would bring.
Fast food retains its position as the largest and the fastest-growing category in the Philippine consumer foodservice industry.