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PostPosted: Tue Oct 28, 2014 3:36 pm 
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namiss ko tuloy ang binagol...


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Haiyan 1st Year Anniversary Candlelight Memorial

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 Post subject: Re: Tacloban at Present!
PostPosted: Fri Oct 31, 2014 10:09 pm 
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El Pintor wrote:
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Kakagaling ko lang ng Tacloban last oct. 17. Hirap parin makabangon ang mga nasalanta. Mas marami pa yata naitutulong ang mga Koreans kaysa sa Philippine goverment.


Tama yan Bai..marami nang paaralan ang naipaayos ng mga Korean..pero yung gobyerno kahit isa wala pa. 8)

Pinaplano pa raw nila sa loob ng sampung taon kung alin ang uunahing ayusin. :biglaugh:


Yun nga Bai, kahit yung domestic airport, hindi parin tapos. Napaka-liit na property lang naman noon, hindi parin maayos-ayos.
Mabuti pa yung Tzu-chi/chuchi foundation (Taiwan Buddhist), madami rin naipatayong classrooms. Samantalang sarili nating gobyerno, mukhang ginawa pang gatasan ang mga nasalanta ng bagyo.
Balita ko rin, minsan lang nakita ng mga tao doon si Ping Lacson at sabi pa nya "gusto ko kayo tulungan...pero hindi ko hawak ang budget".
Binoto ko pa naman sya dati.


Sa totoo lang may ginagawa si Lacson pero yung ibang Secretaries lalong lalo na ang DILG at DSWD ang ayaw sumunod sa mga plano ng Rehab Czar natin. 8)

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bugoyparin wrote:
namiss ko tuloy ang binagol...


Makakabili ka na niyan ngayon pre dito. :D

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Haiyan! wrote:

Sa totoo lang may ginagawa si Lacson pero yung ibang Secretaries lalong lalo na ang DILG at DSWD ang ayaw sumunod sa mga plano ng Rehab Czar natin. 8)

Ah okay. Mukhang totoo yung sinabi sa akin minsan nang isang senator,
...kayang-kaya raw paikutin ni sec. Dinky S. si PNoy.


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Isang taon pagkatapos manalasa ni Yolanda

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Mabagal daw na pagbangon ng mga taga-Tacloban, isinisi ni Lacson kay Mayor Romualdez
Date posted: Nov 10, 2014 7:58pm
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A compilation of footage and photographs from the news, from websites, photographers and other individuals from all over the world. With music by Eric Serra ("Protect Life", remixed). All copyrights belong to their respective owners. Edited by Ina Amor Mejia.

Dedicated to the survivors and heroes of typhoon Haiyan. And to the cause to save the environment.

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We’ll survive, with or without President Aquino—Yolanda survivors

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ORPHANED Mark Diego Alcain, 9, lights candle for his mother Eva and sister Marian in Barangay Basper, Tacloban City. EDWIN BACASMAS

TACLOBAN CITY, Philippines—They have kept the faith. And they intend to keep it, with or without President Benigno Aquino III.

Survivors of the most violent typhoon to ever make landfall did not hide their anger and disappointment over the President’s decision to skip this city during his whirlwind visit on Friday to the areas devastated by Supertyphoon “Yolanda” in Eastern Visayas.

“We survived Yolanda. We can also survive without P-Noy,” said Corazon Alboro, 48.

With other survivors, Alboro went to City Hall on Saturday to join the activities that the local government had lined up to commemorate the first anniversary of the deadliest disaster to hit the country in recent history.

She also went to look for the names of her still missing relatives on the list of Taclobanons who perished and went missing during Yolanda’s onslaught.

Flowers and Masses

The names of the dead and the missing were printed on large memorial tarpaulins that hung beside banners on which were written the words “Thank You” in front of City Hall.

Thousands of residents who survived the wrath of Yolanda (international name: Haiyan) attended Masses in churches and other places of worship throughout the city as they tearfully remembered the day the monstrous storm surges swallowed their communities.

They also brought flowers and lit candles at several mass graves where people who died in the disaster were buried.

“We thank God for saving us. We also asked Him to help us find my brother and his daughter who remain missing up to this day,” said Maricel Alamora, 60, as she came out of the 6 a.m. Mass she attended at Sto. Niño Parish in Barangay 25-A.


We will rise where we fell

Mr. Aquino should have set politics aside in dealing with the rehabilitation of the typhoon-stricken villages, said Mark Lester Morano, a father of two.

“We will rise where we have fallen. We were able to live without P-Noy. We will live without him,” Morano said.

Morano said he, his wife and their two young children aged 2 and 8 narrowly cheated death when their family’s house in Barangay 82-C, San Jose district, was swept away by walls of seawater whipped up by Yolanda’s violent winds.

He said he was upset that the man he and his family helped win the presidency in 2010 had snubbed the city regarded as ground zero for the deadly cyclone.

“I looked up to him as my idol. But now, I regret voting for him. What he did to us was a disrespect to the memory of his father, who was known for his love for ordinary Filipinos like us,” Morano said, referring to the President’s father and namesake, martyred opposition leader Sen. Benigno Aquino Jr.

Like Morano, Alboro said she also voted for Mr. Aquino as she thought she saw in him the qualities of a good leader.

“Maybe he chose to forget us because of politics. That’s wrong. Good leaders don’t do that,” she lamented.


‘Life goes on’

Fisherman Cecilio Nablo, of Barangay 25, carefully placed a white flag on his small fishing boat before he set out to sea at Cancabato Bay just in front of City Hall.

When storm surges washed away coastal communities in the city, bloated bodies of typhoon victims were fished out of the bay.

Written on the flag were the words, “Brgy. 25. Ride to survive. Commemoration all the victims of Typhoon Haiyan. Nov. 8, 2014.”

Nablo said he himself wrote the message. “Tuloy lang ang buhay (Life goes on),” he said.

Pledge of cooperation

Interior Secretary Mar Roxas, Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin, Social Welfare Secretary Dinky Soliman and Presidential Assistant for Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Panfilo Lacson led two separate commemorative activities in Tanauan town, the second most devastated area after Tacloban, and Ormoc City.

“We will not abandon you. We will be with you all the way,” Roxas told typhoon survivors in Ormoc.

Lacson said P413 million had been earmarked for various rehabilitation projects in Ormoc, including P59 million for the repair of its damaged civic and sports center.

Roxas congratulated the local officials and residents of Ormoc for the close coordination and cooperation they showed in rebuilding their communities, saying their response to Yolanda was worth emulating.

He said the Department of the Interior and Local Government would adopt their “best practices” in developing a manual for disaster preparedness.


Hopes and dreams

In Tanauan, an agricultural town located a few kilometers from Tacloban, the Cabinet secretaries led the wreath-laying ceremony at the Yolanda memorial wall.

“The highest form of respect we can give to those who perished is our pledge of cooperation to help one another get back on their feet,” Roxas said in his speech.

Etched on the memorial wall were the names of 1,380 victims who, Roxas said, “represented the hopes and dreams that could have been.”

“Because we have many partners, rest assured that we are focused on our job and that no one will be forgotten,” he said.

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/649657/well-survive-with-or-without-president-aquino-yolanda-survivors#ixzz3IX7UkRXN

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 Post subject: Re: Tacloban at Present!
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A clear message from Tacloban
November 9, 2014 8:16 pm
by ERWIN TULFO

Saturday, November 8, was the first anniversary commemoration of the devastation of Eastern Visayas, particularly in Tacloban, Leyte, brought by super typhoon Yolanda that claimed over 6,000 lives, caused thousands more to be missing, and left hundreds of thousands homeless.
On Saturday, banners and streamers littered all four corners of Tacloban City and nearby towns, thanking the world for its speedy support and continuing help even a year after the deluge hit the area.
Surprisingly, not a single poster or signage in the city, not even a leaflet, directly thanked PNoy or his administration for the help given to the Taclobanons after the catastrophe.
A fish vendor, explained to me, “Ano ba ang nagawa niya (PNoy) dito? Pumunta nga mga bata niya sa Tacloban pero nagpa-pogi lang at wala naman silang nagawa sa amin. Inaway pa si Mayor (Romualdez) namin .”
One city official, who asked not to be identified anymore, simply said the posters and banners were put up by the residents and business establishments themselves thanking individuals, private corporations, the non-government organizations (NGO), and the various nations that immediately came to the aid of the Leyteños a day after the Yolanda/Haiyan devastation.
“Can you blame them if that’s what they see and how they feel toward their own government? Mabuti pa raw ang ibang bansa na pagkalayo-layo nakarating agad ang tulong samantalang sila na nasa Manila lang, ilang araw dumating ang ayuda at may kasama pang galit,” the same official asked.
A mother, who lost her husband and two sons, angrily said, “Bastos siya…inuna niya ang pulitika kaysa sa pagtulong sa amin na namatayan at nagugutom noon. Anong klaseng presidente siya???”
Experts explain the Taclobanons’ anger or hatred towards PNoy and his administration is understandable because the help that they should have received from their government came from either the NGOs or from foreign countries instead.
True enough, during my coverage in Tacloban last Thursday and Friday, I saw rows and rows of bunkhouses with markings outside that clearly says, “From the people of Canada, USA, Japan, South Korea, Australia in cooperation with the DSWD.”
Sixty-eight public schools and government buildings in Tacloban and Palo, Leyte were rebuilt by the South Korean government without a single centavo being spent by the Philippine government. The only contribution given by the PNoy administration was to provide the security for the Korean construction workers.
Over a dozen sari-sari stores around Tacloban City proudly display the USAID logo beside the name of the stores. The stores, which were then made of light materials and swept by the floods of Yolanda, are now made of concrete and steel.
A year has passed since the great devastation but the people of Tacloban City have yet to see the homes and livelihood promised by PNoy and his men to them, and Leyteños wonder if these would ever come.
Or is this another lie, Mr. President???

http://www.manilatimes.net/clear-message-tacloban/140422/

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Tacloban City, One Year After Haiyan (50 Pictures of Commemoration, Hope and Recovery )

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Tacloban City Hall. The place is full of spectators and participants for the Yolanda first year commemoration.

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The City hall of Tacloban. Taclobanons express their gratitude to everyone and every organization who helped them during and after Haiyan.

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The Capitol building of the Province of Leyte

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Tents still at Old Road Sagkahan one year after Yolanda.

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Candle lighting along Sagkahan Road.

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The Yolanda Candlelight Memorial event stretches from Tacloban Airport in San Jose to Nula-tula, Tacloban. Many survivors from Palo, Tanuaun, Tolosa and other parts of Samar, Leyte and Visayas also lighted a candle to commemorate Yolanda.

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Survivors in Sagkahan, as they light candles to remember their friends and loved ones who died during super typhoon Yolanda.

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Taclobanons release hundreds of sky lanterns as a sign of hope, respect and recovery to commemorate the first Yolanda Anniversary.

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Candle lights at Balyuan Park.

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Many people (the survivors, the NGOs, LGUs, etc.) from the different parts of the world participated in the first Yolanda commemoration.

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Survivors and volunteers release candle lights to the sea to commemorate Yolanda.

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A view at the Balyuan on the night of November 8, 2014 – the first Yolanda Anniversary.

Thank you to everyone who helped us recover and improve after Yolanda. To the volunteers, local and international NGOs, LGU officials, good public servants from the national government, and to everyone who has a good and helping heart, may you always have a strength and power to help the needy ones, now and in the future. To our friends and loved ones who left us during Yolanda, you will always be missed and remembered. You are our inspirations to continue moving on and live the most of our lives

http://rise.ph/tacloban-city-one-year-after-haiyan-pictures/

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pabigat lang talaga ang inutil na mayor.

wala na ngang ginawa noon bago pa man manalasa si yolanda ngayon naman puro pamomolitika lang ang inaatupag.

kawawang mga taclobanon. :biglaugh:

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