IHH takes emergency relief to Philippines
Locals try to recover from the aftereffects of a hurricane which hit Mindanao Island and Moro in the south of Philippines last week.
Philippines, South Asia 15.12.2012

A total of 1,100 people lost their lives in the Hurricane Pablo which took place in Philippines due to tropical rains last week. With the help of its partner in the region, IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation took swift action to take 20,000 Euros of cash donation to the people of Moro.

The IHH’s donation will be used to provide food and temporary accommodation for the people who lost their houses in the disaster.

Thousands of people lose their lives in Philippines which is hit by around 20 hurricanes and storms every year. Reportedly, Pablo is one of the violent hurricanes which hit the country and it is even more violent than the Hurricane Sandy which hit the United States in October.

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