Philippine Flood Appeal (World Vision)


On 26 September 2009, Typhoon Ketsana, known locally as Ondoy, ushered in wind speeds of up to 110kph, brought a months rain in less than 7 hours and killed at least 100 people making it the worst disaster to hit the capital in decades.

Typhoon Ketsana submerged 80% of the capital in its wake, and has affected over 2 million people in Manila and neighbouring provinces. Thousands of homes, many of them poor settlements by rivers, have been damaged. Many people have lost everything to ceiling-high flood waters that also brought mud, debris and garbage, and left victims on their roofs for as long as 20 hours without food or water.

These Filipino people need your help, right now:


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