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Pray for the Philippines – Ways to Help

Mariah Milan

The Philippines is an amazing country. I’ve been there before and am looking forward to taking my kids so they can see where Daddy’s family is from. Super Typhoon Haiyan has wreaked havoc in very poor areas of the Philippines.

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International Fashion Show to Benefit Heifer International

International Club

Everyday, around 2.5 billion people do not have access to improved sanitation, 1.2 billion do not have access to an improved source of water and countless others are going to bed hungry or currently living without a home. To help fight this unfortunate state the world is in, International Club is supporting Heifer International, an organization that helps other communities in need around the globe, by organizing our 1st time ever: International Fashion Show!

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Heifer International to Benefit From Bob Marley Tribute

BobMarleyTribute.org

This year the Bob Marley Tribute Organization wanted to leave a larger imprint on the city of Little Rock and the State of Arkansas. As we continue to promote the message of peace and unity that Marley stood for, we also wanted to reach out and help others in a significant way. Therefore, we have selected Heifer International in Little Rock, Arkansas will be the non-profit of choice in which we will donate proceeds from the tribute to the organization.

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Our cooperation with Heifer International is effective – Armenian agriculture ministry

Armenian News - NEWS.am

Armenia’s Agriculture Minister Sergo Karapetyan on Friday received a delegation from Heifer International, which is a global nonprofit organization. To note, Heifer International’s Armenia program helps build small and viable farm businesses, and assists in their sustainable development and management.

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Typhoon Haiyan Affected Over 4 Million in the Philippines; Here's How to Help

About.com Southeast Asia Travel

The prospects for Philippines provinces affected by Haiyan are grim. Conservative estimates put it at 1,000 dead, while others fear that 10,000 is closer to the truth. The numbers are still trickling in; many far-flung areas were cut off after the storm passed through. Heifer International is a community-centered NGO fighting hunger and poverty; it "partners with relief agencies and first-responders on the ground to support the efforts in communities where we work, with a focus on livestock and agricultural systems rehabilitation."

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Heifer International waits to hear from staff caught in super typhoon Haiyan

THV11

Last December the development organization was in the Philippines when Typhoon Boufa hit land. Now, eleven months later staff from the organization is in a similar predicament. Denne says, "We have two staff based there. We haven't been able to be in contact with them."

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With Communication Lines Down, LR Company Awaits Word from Partners in Phillippines

Arkansasmatters.com

Officials at Heifer International are still waiting to hear from project participants in the Phillippines following Typhoon Haiyan. The category-five super typhoon made landfall in the Leyte Province Friday morning, and has reportedly killed at least four people.

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Heifer International Awaits Word from Employees in Phillippines after Typhoon

Fox 16

Officials at Heifer International are still waiting to hear from project participants in the Phillippines following Typhoon Haiyan. The category-five super typhoon made landfall in the Leyte Province Friday morning, and has reportedly killed at least four people.

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Armenia PM is briefed on Heifer International’s charitable programs

Armenian News - NEWS.am

Prime Minister of Armenia Tigran Sargsyan received the representatives of Heifer International, which is a global nonprofit charitable organization. Sargsyan noted that the organization’s activities in Armenia have given positive results.

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Global Impact Launches Philippine Typhoon Haiyan Relief Fund

CSRWire

As Super Typhoon Haiyan makes landfall over the Philippines, government authorities and locals are bracing for the worst. With a storm diameter of 500 miles, there are at least 18 million people in Haiyan’s path.

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