Urgent appeal for skilled volunteers to help rebuild after Typhoon Haiyan

PHILIPPINES / Kaya Responsible Travel

The typhoon that swept through the Philippines destroying thousands of family homes, schools and hospitals hit the city of Tacloban hardest, the home of Kaya Responsible Travel offices and the target of five years of volunteer efforts.

Our longstanding presence and experience in the area allows our staff to quickly identify what needs to be done to help the devastated victims of the Typhoon both in the short and long term.

We are launching an appeal for disaster volunteers, extra manpower will be needed both now and in the months to come if we hope to rebuild communities and assist the residents of Tacloban on the road to sustainable recovery. This will not be a traditional program, but instead an aid operation that needs driven, tough volunteers for assistance.

It will take a four-pronged approach to respond to the immediate needs in Tacloban and we are looking for volunteers with skills in healthcare, education, nutrition and general manpower to assist with clean up and the rebuilding of schools, hospitals and homes. The financial relief efforts around the world have been amazing and now practical, organised help is needed from experts and non-experts to help rebuild the communities and lives of those living in Tacloban.

If you’d like to be part of disaster relief team and provide help where it counts most, please email info@kayavolunteer.com or call 01618706212 with your interest.

Alternatively you can donate much needed money towards the relief effort by following this link: https://www.causes.com/campaigns/65039-support-victims-of-hurricane-yolanda-in-aid-rebuilding

Please give generously!

– The Kaya team

Nationalities Accepted/Visa Requirements: Applicants must hold the relevant visa required

Expires: June 1, 2014

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