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Nov 13

Pictures from Philippines Relief Work

Here are some pictures coming in from relief work being done in the Philippines by Rahim, Rochelle and friends with the money we’ve raised. So far the pictures are of gathering and packing goods for transport to Tacloban and islands north of Cebu, which were hard-hit by Typhoon Haiyan. Many thanks to the global bitcoin community and the people on the ground in the Philippines for their heroic efforts to help storm victims. We’ll post more photos as they come in.

Find updates and donation address here.

Photos from 21 December 2013

Thank you! Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims

Thank you! Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims

 

Distributing Noche Buena packs. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

Distributing Noche Buena packs. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

 

One of the many recipients of a noche buena pack. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

One of the many recipients of a noche buena pack. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

 

Distributing noche buena packs. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

Distributing noche buena packs. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

Photos from 9 December 2013

noche buena packs Tindog Waray

Noche Buena packs for 100 families. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

Photos from 2 December 2013

Plastic mats for mosquito control. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

Plastic mats for mosquito control. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

Mosquito nets and plastic mats. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

Mosquito nets and plastic mats. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

Shopping for mosquito nets. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

Shopping for mosquito nets. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

Plastic mats for mosquito relief. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

Plastic mats for mosquito relief. Photo by Tindog Waray Help for Haiyan/Yolanda Philippine Typhoon Victims.

 

Tacloban fishing boat project. Photo by Jericho Ilagan.

Tacloban fishing boat project. Photo by Jericho Ilagan.

 

Photo Collage of Tacloban Brgy 88 showing need for fishing boat project. Photo shared by Jericho Ilagan.

Photo Collage of Tacloban Brgy 88 showing need for fishing boat project. Photo shared by Jericho Ilagan.

Photos from 23 November 2013

Distributing goods in Tacloban. Photo by Rochelle de Leon.

Distributing goods in Tacloban. Photo by Rochelle de Leon.

 

Unloading supplies in Tacloban. Photo by Rochelle de Leon.

Unloading supplies in Tacloban. Photo by Rochelle de Leon.

 

Unloading goods for Tacloban. Photo by Rochelle de Leon.

Unloading goods for Tacloban. Photo by Rochelle de Leon.

 

More goods for Tacloban. Photo by Rochelle de Leon.

More goods for Tacloban. Photo by Rochelle de Leon.

 

A hospital in Tacloban that needs help. Photo by Rochelle de Leon.

A hospital in Tacloban that needs help. Photo by Rochelle de Leon.

Photos from 21 November 2013

Rochelle goes shopping for Tacloban supplies. Photo by Rochelle de Leon.

Rochelle goes shopping for Tacloban supplies. Photo by Rochelle de Leon.

Photos from 19 November 2013

Cooking for Malapascua kids in the dive shop. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

Cooking for Malapascua kids in the dive shop. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

 

Hungry kids. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

Hungry kids. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

 

Boy eating a meal. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

Boy eating a meal. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

Photos from 17-18 November 2013

Derick (AKA Rahim) after a long day purchasing goods and stuffing relief bags.

Derick (AKA Rahim) after a long day purchasing goods and stuffing relief bags.

Derick Bulkley AKA Rahim.

Derick Bulkley AKA Rahim.

Boxes of soap. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Boxes of soap. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

 

Another truck ready to go. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Another truck ready to go. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Turning boxes into bags. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Turning boxes into bags. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Relief bags ready to go. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Relief bags ready to go. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Photos from 16 November 2013

Children in line for food. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

Children in line for food. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

 

Waiting in line for the food delivered to Malapascua. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

Waiting in line for the food delivered to Malapascua. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

Children eating a meal. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

Children eating a meal. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

Last bottle of water. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

Last bottle of water. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

Goods ready for the boat to Malapascua. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.Goods ready for the boat to Malapascua. Photo by Malapascua Relief Project.

Rahim goes shopping. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Rahim goes shopping. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Rahim goes shopping. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Rahim goes shopping. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Loading up a truck at the market. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Loading up a truck at the market. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Rahim and crew boxing goods. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Rahim and crew boxing goods. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Packaging goods on the patio. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Packaging goods on the patio. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Surrounded by noodles! Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Surrounded by noodles! Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Water! Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Water! Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Bulk goods ready to be repackaged. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Bulk goods ready to be repackaged. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Medicine. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Medicine. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

 

Medical supplies. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Medical supplies. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Finishing up a truckload for Tacloban at 4 am. Photo by Rochelle P. de Leon.

Finishing up a truckload for Tacloban at 4 am. Photo by Rochelle P. de Leon.
Packing food in the dark. Photo by Mai Ilagan.

Packing food at night. Photo by Mai Ilagan.

Rice! Photo by Mai Ilagan.

Rice! Photo by Mai Ilagan.

2 tons of rice, 4500 cans of sardines, 2000 noodles. Photo by Tai Huynh.

2 tons of rice, 4500 cans of sardines, 2000 noodles. Photo by Tai Huynh.

Completed family packs with doggie at Rahim's. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Completed family packs with doggie at Rahim’s. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Goods ready for transport to Kinatarkan Island. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

Goods ready for transport to Kinatarkan Island. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

500 bags for families on Kinatarkan Island. Thanks to Giuseppe Pizzeria for accommodating volunteers and goods drop off/ storage. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

500 bags for families on Kinatarkan Island. Thanks to Giuseppe Pizzeria for accommodating volunteers and goods drop off/ storage. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

 

Photos from 15 November 2013

Packing crew takes over Rahim's house. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Packing crew takes over Rahim’s house. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

One metric ton of rice. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

One metric ton of rice. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

4500 cans of sardines. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

4500 cans of sardines. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

Packing more goods for delivery. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

Packing more goods for delivery. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

 

 

 

Tarps and other supplies for Bantayan Island. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

Tarps and other supplies for Bantayan Island. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

Photos from 14 November 2013

Philippines 1581 relief bag crew

“Residents of Cebu City took time on Thursday 14 November packing goods to send to Malapascua, after an overwhelming response from the city’s local and foreign community. Supplies include canned beef and fish, water, rice, temporary shelter, as well as essential medicines, and will be sent up to Malapascua by boat early Friday morning. Special thanks to all who volunteered with organizing and packing, and to those who were so generous in their donations!”
From Malapascua Relief Project

Philippines goods on truck

Loading relief goods onto the truck. Photo from Malapascua Relief Project.

Loading goods onto boat.

Loading goods onto boat. Photo from Malapascua Relief Project.

Surrounded by rice bags. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

Surrounded by rice bags. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

Water and other supplies on the way to Medellin. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

Water and 1300 bags of prepacked relief goods on the way to Medellin. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

Packaging food. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

Packaging food. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

More food! Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

More food! Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

 

Photos from 13 November 2013

Aid planning meeting 13 November

Aid planning meeting 13 November. Photo by Derick Bulkley.

 

10-foot-high stacks of sardines for Philippines relief
10-foot-high stacks of sardines for Philippines relief. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.
Aid assembly line

Aid assembly line. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

Repackaging food and supplies for delivery. Photo by Raffy Ruiz.

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