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Support for Typhoon Rai Victims

On December 16, 2021, Typhoon Rai (local name Odette) brought torrential rains, violent winds, landslides and storm surges in the provinces of Surigao del Norte and Dinagat Islands in MIndanao, in five provinces of Visayas and in the island of Palawan.The Rotary Club of Multinational Manila (RiMM) donated the amount of P20,000 on January 5, 2022 to the Arts Relief Mobile Kitchen (ARMK), a gr...
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Assisting Emergency Response

On December 24, 2021, Staff Sgt. Jun Baurile of Philippine Army Reserve Command (ARESCOM) who is also our honorary member picked up the financial support from our club for "first responder" on road accidents . Donation of Rescue Gear On January 18, 2022, RIMM Honorary Member and Staff Sgt. Jun Baurile of the Philippine Army Reserved Command (ARESCOM) received life-saving equipment suc...
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Support for Typhoon Rai Victims

On January 11, 2022, RIMM honorary member and Staff Sgt. Jun Baurile of the Philippine Army received P26,000 from our club to give assistance to the Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai) victims. He plans to buy rice and canned goods. Since he cannot physically go to the affected areas he will send them to their military base in Tanza, Cavite for distribution to the affected families.
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Typhoon Ulysses Emergency Food Donation and Its Distribution

In order to provide immediate support to people everywhere suffering from the continuous calamities in the Philippines, our Rotary Club turned to Honorary Rotarian Baurile for advice. As Sergeant in the Army Reserve Command (ARESCOM), for which he would also be honored as the Best Enlisted Reservist of the Year in the Army Reserve for his unselfish and dedicated service to the people of the Phili...
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Continued Support for AETA village at San Luis, Batangas

While 37 families of the 70 families living in San Luis had already relocated to the newly established mountain village, they were hoping to survive despite being cut off from the ocean resources, their previous home. However, limited employment under the enforced Covid-19 quarantine made it very rough despite government food rations. When it was announced that a Modified Enhanced Community Quara...
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The Aeta Village Project in Batangas

In late January 2020, RIMM was informed about a 64 family AETA tribe relocating from the beach because the present resort owners apparently were reluctant to continue their presence there and also because of tsunami concerns pertaining to earthquakes related to the January 10 Taal Volcano eruption.The AETA tribe had finalized the purchase of a small and steep hillside plot subdivided into 61 lots...
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Distributing Donations during COVID-19

On May 6, 2020 District 3810 governor's office delivered the following: 1 unit of agricultural sprayer & liquid bleach  24 packs of sandwich loaf bread 80 boxes of calcium supplement (100 tablets/box) 300 sachet of "Ready-to-Use Supplement Soy-Based Food" for moderately malnourished children aged 6 months & older. On May 7, 2020, 300 boxes of Calcium supplement and 150 pa...
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Distribution of Rice and Firewood to Indigent Camps

On March 20, 2020 Pres. Henry and IPP Raymund distributed 12 sacks of rice and firewood to Usting 1 and 2 in Brgy. Luksuhin Ibaba and Camp Hope in Brgy. Sicat, Alfonso, Cavite for the second time. There are over 50 indigenous families in the 3 camps. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, they became unable to go out and sell taho (tofu with brown sugar syrup) or balut (boiled duck egg) which brings their ...
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Aetas Relief Operation

March 11, 2020 Volcano Eruption Primary Relief Operation: Agoncillo with additional support for relocated AETA village in San Luis, Batangas. This mission was a cooperative effort between DSWD which identified the needs of the people to be served, the Alfonso Mayor's efforts which authorized the release of emergency supplies and RIMM (Rotary International Multinational Manila) which paid P8,0...
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Indigent Support – Squatter Camp at Ustin II, Alfonso

On Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020, a drizzly rainy day, RIMM members went to Ustin II squatter camp in Alfonso, Cavite where twenty families reside.  This was a follow-up visit to the camp from five days ago where largely can food was distributed and further needs evaluated. One 5kg sack of rice was provided to each family, bread for the children, coconuts, firewood, 3 backpacks for high school students...
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