Typhoon Yolanda Tacloban City

by Feb 17, 20140 comments

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ON DAY 6 FOLLOWING TYPHOON YOLANDA last November 8th, 2013, the YWAM School of Evangelism Team of six members responded to the crisis resulting in 90-days of on-going ministry in Tacloban City, Philippines with over 185 volunteers from over 10 nations partnering with us.

Mitch taking a break!

YWAM volunteers engaged initially in body retrieval, distribution of thousands of dollars of relief, food, medicine, tool kits, solar lights, building supplies, water filters, mosquito nets, Bibles, school supplies, and house building.

Now, 90 days later, evangelism, Bible studies, discipleship, and house building have been the primary focus. Note: Four (4) houses valued at $450 each have been built by our teams this February. Would you like to Adopt-A-Home for typhoon survivors at $450 each?

A Few Distribution Figures:
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800 mosquito nets.
20 sacks of rice.
1,050 tools sets.
1,000+ solar lights.
1,000+ medical/medicines.
34 water filters.
100’s of school notebooks.
125+ Bibles Given.
500+ toys given
1,000+ noodles cooked.
544 reading glasses given.
40 school backpacks ordered.

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Daily Evangelism Targeting Barangays 48a and 48b.

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Continual distribution of Relief Items including 800 Mosquito Nets.

YWAM Volunteers
Day 19 Video On-Location


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