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Kriszia Lorrain Enriquez


Disaster Response Put to the Test: Lessons from Typhoon Yolanda

December 18, 2013


More than one month after typhoon Yolanda (international name Haiyan), known as the world’s biggest typhoon, struck the Philippines, authorities now estimate that over 14 million people have been affected, including four million displaced. The estimated death toll is at 6,069. The government is now on the hard road to recovery and reconstruction, allocating…


Family Legacy in Mindanao Inspires Community to Better Education

September 7, 2011


When Ireneo O. Pinzon and his family moved in the 1960s to Isulan, a rural town in Mindanao in the Southern Philippines, not a single library existed. Even 50 years later, the Southern Philippines continues to lag behind the more urban islands to the north.