What Yolanda failed to destroy (photo by TM Malones)

… the “yolandas” before YOLANDA: a journeyman’s account

Today is November 8, 2014.  Millions of Filipinos and the world remember today as the day Yolanda devastated most parts of the Visayas in...

Flashes of the Sacred

Recalling a day in early December, this was I believe our fourth visit to Brgy. Agdaliran after Typhoon Yolanda hit. I was sitting at...

The Journey of Rebuilding Goes Beyond the Fishing Boat

REBUILD Project earned the brand of a “fishing boat project”.  Rightly so.  After Yolanda’s rampage, our hearts bled for the small fisherfolks whose only...
The REBUILD Project Manager (rightmost) with FR. Jose Alberto Guillen, the Parish Priest of Barotac Viejo, Iloilo (2nd from right), Noel Salvadico, District Supervisor (3rd from left), and other school and barangay officials with the local partners of REBUILD Project (MKK) had ocular inspection of the destroyed Home Economics Building that would be reconstructed.

On giving back

Partnership between Commission on Filipinos Overseas and REBUILD Project /Professionals for Social Responsibility (PRO-SR)  The Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO), under the Office of...

"The boats for other fishing communities around San Dionisio have already begun, and soon they will be passed on to the fishermen. The website www.rebuildproject.org.ph documented the progress
The Barangay Chairman of Poblacion with her constituents, working on their 3-D Map.
The Project Manager of REBUILD gives the opening talk and welcoming the project partners
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We are rebuilding Northern Iloilo, Philippines from the devastation of Super Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan. Now. REBUILD Project Rebuilding lives. Rebuilding hopes. One community at a...

me and robert waving
"Give us this day our daily bread"