TYPHOON YOLANDA RELIEF
is part of LIFELINE FOUNDATION'S
Relief Aid Missions

Lifeline Relief Aid to Ajuy, Iloilo

Jan. 9, 2014

An infographic on what the average fisher folks at Brgy. Binon-an, Batad, Iloilo earn per fishing trip. First part of of the 3-part info graphic series.

Source: Mang Romeo/Mang Jose, boatmakers/fishermen at Brgy. Binon-An, Batad, Iloilo. Interviewed last Dec 2013.




Jan. 3, 2014

A compilation of photos taken during Lifeline Foundation's relief and rebuilding efforts in Iloilo, particularly in Barangay Binon-an, Barrido and Nasidman.




Dec. 4, 2013

A graphic illustration showing where all your donated cash and relief goods went, how it travelled from different places, and how it reached the barangay communities in Iloilo that benefited from these.




Nov. 18, 2013

We are filling a 20-ft container van with the following: canned goods, noodles, other foodstuff--biscuits, chocolate, bigas, clothes, tarpaulins and nails, and on Wednesday, 20 November 2013 we are heading out to Barangay Barrido, Ajuy, Iloilo (approximately 2 hours from Iloilo City). Brgy Barrido is a coastal town and most of its residents are fishermen. 90% of all structures were destroyed by Super Typhoon Yolanda. Although some aid has reached them, the most recent reports say that many in Barrido are going hungry. Much of the attention has been on Tacloban, and the need there is great, and yet, we can't forget the other places that were badly hit by Yolanda. This is the first of Lifeline's Yolanda Relief Aid Missions, and it won't be the last!