Relief Goods Delivered in The Philippines

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Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Photo: Philippine Coast Guard

Around 120 families in Batbatan and Maniguin Islands in Culasi, Antique received three sacks of rice and four boxes of assorted dry goods as volunteers from seven different groups conducted relief and medical mission.

The group was composed of the personnel from Coast Guard Station (CGS) Caticlan, Boracay Tourist Action Center, Red Cross, Fish Eye Dive Shop, Boracay Kite Center, Trivial Kite Boracay and a group of private doctors who have conducted relief and medical mission in Batbatan and Maniguin Islands which was also among the areas battered by Typhoon Yolanda.

The relief and medical mission was conducted November 15, 2013.

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  • Photo: Philippine Coast Guard

    Photo: Philippine Coast Guard

  • Photo: Philippine Coast Guard

    Photo: Philippine Coast Guard

  • Photo: Philippine Coast Guard

    Photo: Philippine Coast Guard

  • Photo: Philippine Coast Guard

    Photo: Philippine Coast Guard

  • Photo: Philippine Coast Guard
  • Photo: Philippine Coast Guard
  • Photo: Philippine Coast Guard
  • Photo: Philippine Coast Guard

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