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Philippines progress update.

Progress has been made but there is much more to do! Yesterday our Swedish volunteer Rickard departed for home and handed over the tech work to Eric who had arrived from the US the day before. Yesterday also saw Sean,

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Please help us by donating your airmiles.

Due to our long term commitment to help the Philippines following typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda, we have a huge logistical challenge of not only getting essential supplies, but most importantly, team members, all of whom are volunteers, to the Philippines. The teams

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December 4th 2013, Cebu Philippines update

Our advance team has been following up on the planning and communications we have had prior to their deployment. They have established direct contact with doctors at local hospitals in Cebu in order to more closely assess needs for medical

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Update on Philippines deployment.

Following is an update on Disaster Tech Labs current deployment to the island of Cebu in the Philippines; As of today we have our first people on the ground in Cebu. Our advance team landed there earlier today. The team

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Get involved!

  Help Our Fundraising Effort! There are lots of ways you can help us raise the much-needed funds! You can share the link to our GoFundMe page with friends and family: gofundme.com/5fz3ts You can print out our A4 size poster

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Arapal Camp, Bogo, Cebu.

While assessing damage caused by typhoon Yolanda last week we were contacted by someone from Christian Relief Fund and international charity which also operates in the Philippines. They had been working at a location called Arapal Camp in a rural

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