Disaster Relief Programs
September 2014 - As of September 2014 Ebola has claimed nearly 3,500 lives in West Africa alone and the death rate continues to increase by 50% to 60%. It’s possible to stop the transition of #Ebola in the next several months with enough resources, qualified doctors, organizations, and financial support. Distribution of sanitation kids and other supplies to help families protect themselves, and those needing medical attention are critically needed! If we do pull together now and help it's estimated that by January 2015 1.5 Million people will become affected with the virus, and might die.
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August 2014 - As we come close to the anniversary of #Typhoon_Yolonda thousands of local Government of the Philippines, people, and humanitarians have worked hard to restore livelihoods, communities, businesses, and schools. Community Empowerment Programs, Inc., continues to do our part to raise awareness and donate funds to those most affected by the tragedy.
July 2014: It’s been 9 months since Typhoon Haiyan (YolondaPH) devastated Eastern Visayas. Since then, Community Empowerment Programs (CEPI) partnered with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA TACLOBAN) and roughly 100 other NGO’s government, and nonprofits to implement emergency disaster relief programs, livelihood, and micro-finance aid to survivors.
As of July 7th, 2014 461 Million has been received and 326 Million is still needed
The collaborations funding goal is 788 Million USD and we are at 58% today. I will be announcing another fund-raiser shortly and ask that you kindly make a donation or at least pass along this information to someone who may desire to pleased.
April 2014: CEPI's CEO is presently in the Philippines April 4th through 20th, 2014 working on Typhoon Yolanda affected Humanitarian and relief programming with partners of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) - Tacloban. Areas of focus are #Environment #Social #Economic #Infrastructure & #Government. International Parters: Meetings are held at the Leyte Park Resort Hotel, Tacloban City. In addition to developing and implementing educational programs for Filipino children in Eastern Visayas additional priority areas are #Shelter #Basic-Needs # Livelihood, and establishing additional #Government support.
MARCH 2014: It’s been a few months since Typhoon Haiyan caused catastrophe in Eastern Visayas, Philippines. There’s still much work to be done for early recovery, education, and livelihood.
During the month of November 2013 CEPI pledged $30K in donations to aid and assist with education, re-construction, and micro-finance to survivors. So far our organization has donated nearly $4,000.00 USD but $26,000 USD is still forthcoming so that we can fulfill our pledge. Here are a few photos of our work in progress.
NOVEMBER 2013: According to The Humanitarian Response, Philippines Network 1,126,506 houses are totally damaged, 10,697 Barangays are affected, 3.88 million people remain displaced from their homes, of whom nearly 102,000 are living in evacuation centers.
Millions of people need support to repair, re-construct, and build make-shift shelters & schools. This includes (CEPI's) Tools for School Kids Abroad (TFSKA) Program. Early Recovery and Education aid is vital. Please pledge your support. You can contact me directly via the HRP Network to set up coordination or support projects that assist us in providing vital aid to children and families in the Philippines.
Catastrophic loss occurred when Typhoon Haiyan passed through the Province of Leyte which includes the Capital City of Tacloban and surrounding municipalities, Palo, Samar and thousands more in Eastern Visayas on November 8th, 2013 destroying hundreds of thousands of homes, taking lives, and demolishing infrastructures.
CEPI's Tools for School Kids Program was started in Leyte during April, 2010 and suffered a total loss. More importantly, we know that livelihoods can only be restored through food securities, medical supplies, clean water, and sanitation. With your help survivors receive essential care packages that are necessary to rebuild livelihoods and restore communities.
Did you know that CEPI is a registered organization with the Humanitarian Response, Philippines and USAID’s Center for International Disaster Networks? You can contact us via email, on our Facebook Page, or follow us @cepinys for the most current information.
If you wish to mail donation directly to CEPI:
Tax-ID Number is 27-1856082 c/o CEPI or, use PayPal
Other ways you can help are to donate air miles, time organizing campaigns, and helping survivors locate family members.
Looking for#FamilyMember or #LovedOne? Click the Google People Finder Link http://google.org/personfinder/2013-yolanda