Posts Tagged ‘Philippines’

Rebuilding Homes and Lives in the Philippines

Post a Comment » Written on June 16th, 2014     
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The lives of millions of people in the Philippines changed dramatically when typhoon Haiyan plowed through towns and cities. Many people are still displaced and trying to rebuild their lives. CWR has partnered with World Relief and the Philippines Relief



Partnering with World Relief

Post a Comment » Written on June 2nd, 2014     
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Covenant World Relief partners with World Relief on a number of different projects around the world. Here are some updates from this past year:

Sudan, West Darfur: (Complex Humanitarian Emergency)  Since 2005, WR’s program in West Darfur has been providing



Haiyan Relief in the Philippines

Post a Comment » Written on May 16th, 2014     
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The devastation in the Philippines has been catastrophic and the road to recovery has been long. CWR partner Medical Teams International (MTI) sent 14 medical teams of 60 medical professionals to the surrounding villages of Tacloban, Philippines. They joined with …


Recovery Continues in the Philippines

Post a Comment » Written on April 17th, 2014     
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On November 8, Typhoon Haiyan, one of the biggest storms ever recorded, slammed into the Philippines. The current death toll is 6,201 with 1,785 missing. More than 1.1 million houses were damaged or destroyed. Thanks to generous Covenant churches and



Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) Thank You from the Philippines

Post a Comment » Written on February 6th, 2014     
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An update regarding relief and recovery after Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) from one of our partners working in the Philippines, Medical Teams International (MTI). MTI has worked together with local medical staff in the Tacloban area. This thank you is extended …