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Showing posts with label Leyte. Show all posts

Toyota Motor Philippines expands in Eastern Visayas with Toyota Ormoc, Leyte opening

The country’s leading mobility company Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has officially opened Toyota Ormoc, Leyte, its newest dealership ready to serve customers in Eastern Visayas.

From L-R: Mr. Boldman Yulangco, Board Director of Toyota Ormoc, Leyte, Mr. Henry Gosyco, Executive Vice President of Toyota Ormoc, Leyte, Mr.Jimmy Yaokasin Jr., Chairman of Toyota Ormoc, Leyte, Honorable Lucy Marie Torres-Gomez, Mayor of Ormoc City, Mr. Atsuhiro Okamoto, President of Toyota Motor Philippines, Mr. Danilo Cruz, First Vice President-Vehicle Sales Operations of Toyota Motor Philippines

Nestled right at the heart of Ormoc City, within the vibrant locale of Brgy. San Pablo, Simangan,Toyota Ormoc, Leyte proudly stands as TMP’s 73rd dealership in the country. Toyota Ormoc, Leyte has a total lot area of 15,000 sqm, making it the largest dealership under Toyota Tacloban Group.

BRIA Homes continues to expand in new territories

To date, BRIA Homes has more than 50 projects in progressive town
and cities as it addresses the dearth of mass housing in the country.
 Already, BRIA Homes has helped legions of ordinary Filipino families
 to achieve their dreams of owning a home in various communities nationwide.
 Toi know more about BRIA Homes, call (0966) 277 5944,
like “Bria Official” on Facebook, and follow “@TheBriaOfficial”
on Twitter and Instagram. 
With BRIA Homes having established itself as the fastest-growing mass housing developer in the Philippines, it rides on its momentum as it continues to expand in new territories, still aligned with its vision of providing affordable and well-designed homes for ordinary Filipinos. 

To date, BRIA Homes is working on more than 50 projects in progressive town and cities as it fulfills its commitment of addressing the dearth of mass housing in the country. Already, BRIA Homes has helped legions of ordinary Filipinos to achieve their dreams of owning a home in various communities nationwide,

Bosch Launches Tindog Pilipinas to Rehabilitate Central & Eastern Visayas

Rebuilding program in Yolanda-hit cities expected to be complete in 2014

Bosch today announced its ongoing efforts with Habitat for Humanity to help rebuild community facilities in Visayan cities that were affected by Typhoon Yolanda. Dubbed Tindog Pilipinas, the reconstruction project is part of Bosch's commitment to education and community development, and will focus on construction of schools and barangay centers that were destroyed by the typhoon.

Devastation of Typhoon Haiyan still haunts children

Children need support, education to overcome trauma, build resilience

UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake, after a four day visit to the Philippines, said that he was deeply impressed by the spirit of the people and the communities working with the government, United Nations and other partners to rebuild their lives and futures. 
The massive typhoon disrupted the lives of nearly six million children and destroyed the homes of 1.4 million children and their families. 

#YolandaPH: Leyte Progressive High School students get free tuition in Manila

Students of Leyte Progressive High School (LPHS) of Tacloban City, who evacuated to Manila after being affected by the wrath of Typhoon Yolanda, can now enroll at various Chinese Schools in Metro Manila. The following school announced additional assistance:.

SM Foundation Sends Out 50,000 Relief Packs to Yolanda Victims

The SM Group of Companies, through the SM Foundation's disaster relief program, Operation Tulong Express, has started relief operations in typhoon-stricken areas across Luzon and the Visayas region to provide assistance to the families greatly affected by super typhoon Yolanda.

“The SM Group of Companies has mobilized SM Foundation’s Tulong Express disaster relief facility. We are distributing 50,000 kalinga packages to typhoon victims in Tacloban, Samar, Panay Island (Iloilo, Antique, Capiz), Cebu, Bicol and Bacolod," said SM Foundation executive director Debbie Sy.

DepEd establishes command center in Cebu for post-Yolanda efforts

LAHUG, CEBU – The Department of Education (DepEd) has established a command center at itsEcotech facility in Cebu Tuesday to secure information on the whereabouts of its personnel. Interim offices have been set up for each of the Eastern Visayas divisions that are still not operational:  Leyte, Tacloban, E. Samar, Catbalogan,BiliranBorongan and Baybay.

Each interim office is manned by staff from the Cebu office and tasked to establish contact with all personnel – from the superintendent to school heads – and get updates.

Education Secretary Br. Armin Luistro FSC reminded everyone of the urgency to account for people saying“Before anything else, we look for people. List all regions. Regions, contact divisions; divisions, contact schools; schools, establish contact with teachers and staff. First things first, tao muna (people first).”

#YolandaPH: SM FOUNDATION announcement

In the wake of damages brought about by the recent 7.2 earthquake and the super-typhoon Yolanda, SM Group announces its plan to allocate P100M as a calamity fund for areas devastated by the earthquake and the typhoon, particularly in, Tacloban, Ormoc , Samar, Bohol, Cebu, Iloilo Capiz, and Bicol.

The fund will focus on five different types of assistance: rebuilding homes, community centers, schools, and churches, and providing immediate relief through food and supplies. 

SM Foundation is taking the lead in the relief effort with the nationwide reach of SM Cares of the mall group, SM Savemore, and BDO Foundation. Each group has a different expertise in the community support program, and will be working with community groups to expand the efforts and widen the reach of the relief operation.

The World’s No.1 AI Camera Phone: HONOR Magic6 Pro is confirmed to arrive in PH!

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