Families

Luz Sabas

"Luz Sabas, his sister, brother in law, and 7 children’s home was entirely obliterated during the Typhoon. The process of rebuilding has already begun, and they are able to sleep in their home...The family had a business of making pawid and vinegar from coconut prior to the devestation. Now that the trees have been wiped out they have not been able to conduct business. iPrevail provided the son a ticket to Manila along with a grocery, transportation, and living allowance for 2-3 months while he seeks employment."
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Jesusito Abaca

"I am a plumber and I have no permanent job. My daughter is separated from her husband and I am the one taking care of her and my grandchild. With the helped of one of my relatives in Manila, I was given a grant. Thru this grant, we were able to put new roofing to our house and repair part of the wall that was destroyed. Now, I will not worry for my daughter and grandchild."
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Jaime Labay

"My name is Jaime Labay from Guiuan Eastern Samar, 160 days after Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda hit in my province in Guiuan Eastern Samar and other parts in the Visayas Region I was given a chance to visit my family in Guiuan Eastern Samar and I was in tears of joy seeing them they are still alive."
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Danilo Collagra

"Back when Yolanda hit I was working in a tailoring shop and I can say that my earning was enough to provide for my family. When typhoon Yolanda hit our place, we lost everything. Our house was destroyed. I thought that it is strong enough to keep us safe, but I was wrong."
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Gemma De Castro

"Gemma De Castro, mother, and brother had their farm house totally destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan. They had plans on going to Samar, but decided to spend the money on a roof for their new house. Gemma’s brother was previously a security guard, but is not working. iPrevail provided the ticket for Gemma to visit her mother and brother and materials to replace the roof on the farm house."
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