Does monetary donations to various typhoon affected areas are property utilized?
As I've understand giving something to the needy is a generous thing to do especially when a devastating calamity hit a particular area.
Donations are the word that comes immediately to our mind but as we all know there are too much excessive donations coming from everywhere yet no proper accounting of where does it really goes or does it really properly utilized for its particular purpose.
Helping other people is a valuable thing to do but we must remember that nobody hears them in the actual situations because the help didn't reaches in their door steps.
They are out there searching...
I was in the Philippines when typhoon Haiyan hit. I wasn't on the islands that really got hit hard (Samar and Leyte), but I was on Cebu which is pretty close and still got hit. Just not as hard.
There were lots of food and other supplies that was shipped to Samar and Leyte. They're received plenty of the help they needed. I helped pack the trucks. Military aircraft also came from the USA to help rescue people.
by Khen Ramos4 years ago
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