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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

【Donation|募捐】Donation to Super Typhoon Haiyan|颱風海燕的募捐

November 13, 2013, Wednesday
Might be is kinda late to blog about this! Was busy helping my sister make the board with the Typhoon Haiyan news on for Tzu Chi, which let them use to ask for donation all around restaurant or dining area!!! 

That's for donation on the spot!!!

But for donation online,
I've these two trustable official websites which are Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and World Vision Malaysia!!!

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare. MSF offers assistance to people based on need, irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.
here're their latest update which you may also can click on the link for further information and donation!!!
  • An MSF team was able to reach the north of Cebu island this morning by car. Initial assessments are that the outlying islands are the most affected by the typhoon. Displaced people on the northern Cebu coast seem mostly to be hosted by their families and communities. The local hospital was overwhelmed by patients immediately after the passage of the typhoon, but received support from other health centres and hospitals in Cebu and is coping relatively well now. The team then went by ferry to Bantayan Island where they will stay overnight to continue the assessment.
  • Another MSF team travelled by plane to Guiuan in the east of Samar, an area hit first and hard by the typhoon and from where there has been very little information coming through. The team reports that the damage there is extensive and the needs huge. A full team plans to return to Guiuan tomorrow by helicopter to launch activities immediately.
  • An MSF team also carried out an assessment of Panay Island by helicopter and another team is currently in Ormoc and will be surveying the situation in western Leyte.
  • One cargo plane has arrived in Cebu and all stock is now off-loaded. Two more planes are due to arrive in the coming hours.
  • Emergency teams from Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) have been in Cebu city (second largest city in Philippines) with the nearest fully operational airport to the disaster area, since Saturday 9 November.
  • MSF is strengthening its team (currently 23) and there will be a total of 102-107 staff – including doctors, nurses, surgeons, logisticians, psychologists and water and sanitation experts – on the ground in the next few days. Areas of intervention: currently based in Cebu, but teams going north of Cebu, also to Tacloban and Tanauan; then planning for islands west of Cebu (Panay and Negros); Guiuan town to the east (reportedly completely flattened, with no or little aid getting in); the area between Cebu and Tacloban; North Samar; and possibly Bantayan and north of Palawan. Open to assess other areas according to emerging needs.
  • It’s a logistical nightmare. Transport links to the area have been seriously disrupted, which has made access particularly difficult. Tacloban airport is badly damaged and roads are blocked by debris. Bad weather on Tuesday prevented the team from flying from Cebu to Tacloban as the plane was grounded. The airport in Cebu is seriously congested – our cargo planes currently in the air will most likely have to divert to Manila because it will not be possible to land in Cebu.
  • Types of injuries we expect to see are fractures and lacerations/ cuts. It is important that people receive treatment as soon as possible to avoid complications and infections. There are lots of dead bodies and management of this is an issue. Outbreaks of diseases are also an issue, such as tetanus, leptospirosis (a parasitic disease, contracted from floodwater carrying infected animal waste – see note at end), and diarrhoea-related diseases.
  • Medical structures have been damaged or destroyed, with medical equipment and supplies washed away.
  • There is massive lack of information on the situation in rural and remote areas.
  • A medical team is trying to get to Tacloban, a town devastated when the typhoon first struck the coast. That team will include two doctors and an orthopaedic specialist. In Tacloban, we plan to support a hospital that is still functioning, and to support provision of medical care to the injured at the city’s airport. We will also send teams to do explos by boat in the surrounding area, and may use a helicopter to access hard-to-reach areas.
  • Limited information is currently available on the situation west of Cebu, but it is estimated that the main needs will be shelter, water and food. Teams are currently organising supplies of drugs, medical equipment and equipment to purify water, as well as essential items for distribution such as plastic sheeting, cooking items, jerrycans and hygiene kits. Teams will also monitor possible outbreaks of infectious diseases.
  • MSF is also sending hundreds of tonnes of medical and relief items which will arrive in Cebu within the next few days in nine cargo planes – four from Dubai, two from Belgium, one from Panama, one from the Netherlands and one from France. The humanitarian cargo includes medical kits for treating the wounded, equipment for medical consultations, tetanus vaccines, relief items such as tents and hygiene kits, water and sanitation equipment and, if needed, an inflatable hospital.
The donation link: http://www.msf.org/donate (this have to choose your nearest MSF office, for me I choose HongKong)

World Vision Malaysia
World Vision is an international Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working
with children, families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of
poverty. We serve all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.



近几年很多筹款活动似乎都不太安全,搞得大家都担心捐款去不到救灾中心,在这里有两个非政府注资的组织,相信大家都蛮熟悉的(不用担心捐款会去不到还是好像红色字会的情况出现),無國界醫生/ Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)和马来西亚世界宣明会!!!



菲律賓風災最新消息 (11月13日)

菲律賓上周五遭颱風蹂躪後,無國界醫生的緊急救援隊正設法趕往受災最嚴重的地區。由於道路被瓦礫阻塞,隊伍難以前往萊特省(Province of Leyte)的塔克洛班市(Tacloban),強風和豪雨亦導致很多飛往當地受損機場的航班取消。

捐款网站: http://www.msf.org/donate(这个需要选择离你最近的MSF总部,我选的是香港)



  1. Can donate via Philippines Red Cross too, pay through PayPal.

  2. the worst typhoon ever hits the Philippines and also some parts of the Indo-China and southern China.. may the victims and the countries be blessed!!

  3. 每次在茶餐室看到有人捐款,我都会选择不捐,因为听过很多骗人的例子。

  4. 我都是透过报馆,毕竟曾经在那工作,比较方便啊

  5. Thanks for posting this. It's very kind of you to do it :)

  6. 我透过了几个管道和合法的机构作出了对海燕捐款的举动,天佑菲律宾。

  7. Yep, I received sms from UNICEF, asking for donations, will do the necessary..

    God bless Philippine.

  8. thanks for sharing the link, hopefully everything will be fine~


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