Operation Seaweed - Getting Caluya's Seaweed Farmers Back in Business
Caluya's seaweed farmers need your help. Typhoon Yolanda swept through this island municipality on November 8th, 2013 and swept away with it most of the seaweed crop that is the livelihood of over 3000 seaweed farmers here. Our fundraising work is focused on livelihood rebuilding – new seaweed seedlings, materials for planting, and boat repair. Your support will help a seaweed farming family get back to self-sufficiency.
Help in rebuilding the lives of typhoon Yolanda victims. Support PAKISAMA's livelihood rebuilding project
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