DONATIONS: Updates from Migrante International (Oct 22)

Mga kasama,

Please find attached our latst updates on your donations and the relief activities Migrante International has conducted.

All these activities would not have been implemented if not for the outpouring of support our kababayans abroad have given. Truly, the spirit of comradeship, kabayanihan,solidarity has been so felt…

We also would like to remind you to please inform us through email of the details of the donation: NAME OF INDIVIDUAL OR ORGANIZATION; DATE SENT, AMOUNT SENT — so we can properly monitor these amounts in the bank AND MORE IMPORTANTLY–ACKNOWLEDGE AND THANK THE donor.

Once again, in behalf of all those we have reached out to, our thank yous.

In behalf of MI,

Rina

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UPDATE:

NEW DONATIONS:

DATE NAME AMOUNT
10/12 Rowena Carino/ 4,605.00
10/12 Migrante-Denmark 19,067.27
10/13 Migrante ME-Riyadh -Gerry de Guzman (Guam) 37,413.65
10/14 Mig Melbourne 83,366.00
10/19 Migrante ME  – Riyadh  -Gerry de Guzman (Guam) 25,939.43
10/19 Lito Fedelino-Riyadh (MLhuillier) 2,636.39
10/20 Lingap Migrante-Sydney(Meynard and Joy Argana)c/o cdrc 12,195.00

(A$300)

Ugnay Kabayan Central Coast and Migrante North c/o CDRC 26,040.00

(A$620)

10/22 Migrante Ontario can$400.00
10/22 Philippine Forum-US c/o Danny Mallonga U$1,920.
10/19 MIGRANTE KUWAIT IN KIND: 10 boxes of clothes
Trixie U$80.00

Activities: October 12-20:

DATE Community Activity # of families and Ind.
Oct. 14 Nagkakaisang Nayon, Novaliches – Overseas Filipino Club (OFC) community Relief distribution 220 packs for 204 families=1020 ind
Oct. 16 Donation to KAMP for the affected Dumagats in Tanay, Rizal 100 packs/ sack of goodies for children
Oct. 17 Brgy. Maharlika, Taguig, MSP Muslim community Relief distribution 300 packs for 300 families= 1,500 individuals
Lower Bicutan, Taguig Donation to the brgy 100 packs
Oct. 18-20 Brgy Subil, San Miguel Bulacan, Brgy Asturias, hacienda Luisita Joined peasant Caravan for Land,  Relief and Justice to Hacienda LUisita – distirbuted goods to 240 packs, 13 boxes of loaf bread, 7 small boxes of clothes
October 21 Donation to KMU community of workers in Marikina 3 cavans of rice, 75 packs of relief goods
Oct.22 Brgy Bagbag, Novaliches –  Overseas Filipino Club (OFC) community Relief distribution 200 packs for 141 families=705 individuals

Brief Summary:

The activities for this period were focused on those areas which have not been provided any relief up till now, three weeks after Typhoon Ondoy. Migrante reached out to organizations such as KAMP—the alliance of organizations of indigenous people, MCPA- Moro-Christian People’s Alliance, KMP-Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas and KMU-Kilusang Mayo Uno – and helped in their relief activities.

The communities in Taguig—both in the Muslim community and the Lower Bicutan Area – were still covered in mud. It is anticipated that the disease of leptospirosis could spread in those communities because the clean-up drive by the local government has not started.

Meanwhile, Migrante also joined the 3 day caravan to hacienda Luisita called the Caravan for Land, Relief and Justice, an activity organized by KMP. Migrante brought relief packs to add to the relief packs of KMP and was able to mobilize 12 volunteerss, 2 from the US and 1 from Spain. These packs were distributed in 3 devastated towns of Bulacan and Tarlac.

This Ocotber 22, a Migrante team of  15 volunteers left for Pangasinan to join the CDRC, Central Luzon in conducting relief activities in three towns of Pangasinan. They brought with them goods: rice, dried fish, mineral water, mongo beans and 9 boxes of clothes (Migrante  Kuwait’s donation) loaded ina truck borrowed from one of the presidential candidates. The targeted towns for the rel;ief goods are towns where families of our members in UNIFIL-Hongkong live. Their relief efforts will be reported in the next update. They will be back on Oct. 24.

Targets for next relief activities:

Brgy. Escopa, Quezon City

Sta. Quiteria,Caloocan

Libis, Caloocan

Rehabilitation Support for 24 Migrante members whose houses were washed away in Holy Spirit

NAME AMOUNT
Mylene Anastacio P2,000.00
Migrante Taiwan P 15,119.00 (9113+6000)
Migrante Melbourne P40,772.00
Greg Sadorra P 5,678.
* Donnie Mapanao (Mig Switzerland) P11,850
Unifil Hongkong P141,508.80      *P 53,000 of this will be given to BALSA88,508.00
Migrante-UAE $ 798.11  =  P36,893.00
Migrante Nagoya c/o Rosanna Y 10,000.00 = P5,220.
Migrante Riyadh P12, 354.49
Migrante-melbourne P 40,077.00
Migrante-Israel P   6,968.00
Migrante- Jeddah (Roberto Fajarito) P 37,406.
Unifil-Migrante (Hongkong) P 235,296  *  88,000  given to BALSA  = 147,296.
Migrant Action Trust-c/o Migrante New Zealand P  51,514.56
P 503,978.05

NAME MATERIAL
Gigi Disini 20 boxes of noodles(1440 packs)
26 boxes of bottled water (910 bottles
288 cans of corned beef
4 cavans of rice
Castillo family 8 cans of taho
Old clothes
3 trays of boiled eggs
Senator Manny Villar 300 bags of rice
300 pcs. Of bottled water
Pasei 1 cavan of rice
Chadli and Sihaya Sadorra 2 bags of clothes and shoes
Mehol and Nilda Sadain 2 boxes of bottled water
2 bags of clothes
Atlas Exhibits A bag of RTWs
Cecille Tellez 10 cups of noodles, old clothes, plastic plates and spoons,plates
Government employee 200 packs
San beda exposurists Bags of old clothes and cup noodles
Residents of Bagong Barrio 439 packed bags
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