December 7, 2012

Canada gives P10M for 'Pablo' relief | Thank You!

 Just want to share this news: Canada gives P10M for 'Pablo' relief!
MANILA, Philippines - The Canadian government is giving Cad$ 250,000 (10 million pesos) to help victims of typhoon Pablo (international codename Bopha) in the Southern Philippines.

In a statement, Canada's Minister for International Cooperation Julian Fantino said Canada is "deeply concerned about the devastation caused by Typhoon Bopha and its impact on the people of the Philippines."
The Canadian government, through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), is providing the amount to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies to support the Philippine Red Cross in its efforts to address the emergency needs of some 50,000 people affected by the impact of Typhoon Pablo. [Source:]
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