Biyernes, Nobyembre 29, 2013

Letter to Investor

Below is the template of the letter that we sent to a potential Investor for the planned settlement effort for some of the victims of tropical cyclone #Haiyan codenamed #Yolanda that are spread out in nine (9) Regions of the Philippines.

We are reaching out here to other investors. This same message is shared with other philanthropic individuals and organizations that would want to share in the rebuilding of the devastated places left by the super typhoon. The task at hand is gargantuan that economic expert Gov. Joey Salceda initially estimated a total of Six Hundred Sixty Four Billion Philippine Pesos (PHP664-B) for the entire reconstruction to be accomplished. Gov. Salceda has since toned it down to PHP398-Billion. Our estimate, coinciding with the draft Senate Bill authored by Sen. Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. is a conservative PHP150-Billion that will be spent in a spread of more or less five (5) years of rebuilding and rehabilitation.

We hope that our brothers and sisters all around the world will understand that the real task simply begins after all the relief goods have been given away.

November 22, 2013

The Investor

Dear Investor:

In the past, the proposal of the our group for a US$2-Billion fund in favor of the Philippine Government for an environment friendly resettlement project to be located in the village of Sampaloc in Tanay, Rizal Province was approved by the Investor.  Read more from here

Martes, Nobyembre 26, 2013

Resolving Resettlements concerns after Yolanda

The following executive brief of the proposal for funding for a housing project for Yolanda and future victims of calamities is shown below. It was also published in social networking site. See here.

The Post-Yolanda Housing Situation in the Philippines

A reported 300 Kph-strong, hurricane category 5 tropical cyclone hit the Philippines on November 8, 2013 and devastated a large number of areas located within nine (9) administrative Regions of the country.

The final report on the actual scientific and technical analysis and assessment of this natural phenomenon - its true levels of strength at various stages, identifiable patterns of emergence (if any), and other factors, will take some more time, however the situation on the ground of those that were affected by the disaster needs immediate attention.  More  >  >