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#YolandaPH #ReliefPH: How and Where to Donate


· Donate through the World Food Programme (WFP). “WFP has allocated an immediate $2 million for Haiyan relief, with a greater appeal pending as needs become apparent. The UN organization is sending 40 metric tons of fortifiedbiscuits in the immediate aftermath, as well as working with the government torestore emergency telecommunications in the area. Americans can text the wordAID to 27722 to donate $10 or give online.” (Source: The Huffington Post, http://huff.to/16QNNSu)

LINK: http://bit.ly/1dVkJeL

· Donate through World Vision. “The organization isproviding food, water and hygiene kits at the evacuation centers. World Visionwas also still actively responding to last month’s earthquake in Bohol, whichluckily was not struck by the eye of the storm.” (Source: The Huffington Post, http://huff.to/16QNNSu)

LINK: http://bit.ly/1bi7gNG

· Donate through UNICEF. “Anticipating that childrenwill likely be among the worst affected by the typhoon, UNICEF is working ongetting essential medicines, nutrition supplies, safe water and hygienesupplies to children and families in the area.” (Source: The Huffington Post, http://huff.to/16QNNSu)

LINK: http://bit.ly/1iRITXR

·  Donate to the American Red Cross. “Emergency responders andvolunteers throughout the Philippines are providing meals and relief items.Already, thousands of hot meals have been provided to survivors. Red Crossvolunteers and staff also helped deliver preliminary emergency warnings andsafety tips. Give by donating online or mailing a check to your local AmericanRed Cross chapter.” (Source: TheHuffington Post, http://huff.to/16QNNSu)

LINK: http://www.redcross.org/charitable-donations

· Donate to the Philippine Red Cross. The Philippine Red Cross makes it easy to donateonline, via cash or check, over the counter (bank), in-kind, and through SMS.

LINK: http://www.redcross.org.ph/donate

· Donate to Shelterbox. “ShelterBoxprovides families with a survivalkit that includes a tent and other essential items while they are displaced orhomeless.” (Source: TheHuffington Post, http://huff.to/16QNNSu)

LINK: http://bit.ly/5Q2V5s

· Donate to Americares. The relief organization is sending medicalaid for 20,000 survivors, including antibiotics, wound care supplies and painrelievers. AmeriCares is also giving funds to local organizations to purchasesupplies. (Source: TheHuffington Post,http://huff.to/16QNNSu)

LINK: http://bit.ly/1biDcQb

· Donate to the Salvation Army. “100 percent of all disaster donations will be used for relief efforts and “to immediately meet thespecific needs of disaster survivors.” Text TYPHOON to 80888 to Donate $10or give online.” (Source: TheHuffington Post, http://huff.to/16QNNSu)

LINK: https://donate.salvationarmyusa.org/TyphoonHaiyan

· Donate to “Hult for Haiyan”, a donation drive by students of Hult Business School.Your$1 donation can feed a family for a day. Donations can be made via PayPalthroughhultforhaiyan@gmail.com.Donations will be coursed through the Philippine Red Cross

· Donate to Habitat for Humanity, You can support this work by donating from the Philippines to their Re-Build Philippines Fund or from the U.S. by contributing to their Disaster Response Fund. You can also make a donation by phone at1-800-HABITAT.

LINK: https://www.habitat.org/cd/giving/one/donate.aspx?link=500

· Donate to Architecture for Humanity, it i smobilizing to assist with post-disaster reconstruction and the organization’s working with local architects to identify the most critical rebuilding needs.You can support their Super Typhoon Haiyan Response online, by calling 1-415-963-3511 or by texting REBUILD to 85944 to make a $10 donation from your mobile phone.


  • Donate to Save the Children, the group is on the ground delivering essentials such as blankets and mosquito nets for children and their families but need your support to help more of the 12 million people who have been affected. LINK: http://bit.ly/TyphoonHaiyanKids
  • Donate to DSWD Region 7, its office is located at MJ Cuenco Ave. cor. Gen. Maxilom Avenue, Cebu City with telephone number (032) 232-9507.
  • Donate to FLY (Filipino Liberal Youth) Hope, it’s office is located at Liberal Party Headquarters, Expo Centro Building, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City.
  • Donate to De La Salle University’s Center for Social Concern and Action (DLSU-COSCA), it is accepting web-based donations from overseas individuals viaGlobalGiving.com.
  • Donate to 1000 Bear Hugs Project, this organization accepts huggable-sized toys for children in Tacloban from November 8 to December 9. Email:1000bearhugs@gmail.com, contact person: Mon Corpuz at 0917-796-1378
  • Donate to UP Diliman Student Council, donations can be sent to New CHK gym, UP Diliman, contact person: Alex Castro at 0917-8725396, Twitter account: @uscupdiliman
  • Donate to the Dream Project Philippines, located at RFM Corporate Center, Pioneer cor. Sheridan Street, Mandaluyong City, contact person: Prim Paypon at 09088100424
  • Donate to Tulong Kabataan, located at UP System, UP Office of the Student Regent, Drop-off point: Vinzon’s Hall, UP Diliman, Quezon City. Contact persons: Eds at 0927-3841392 or Zie 0916-7965740
  • Donate to Phi Kappa Mu Fraternity and Phi Lambda Delta Sorority, located at UP Manila, Pagkalma Park, UP College of Medicine, Pedro Gil St., Malate, Manila. Contact persons: Miko at 0917-5129144 or Gela 0927-7029488. Twitter account: @PhiLambdaDelta1
  • Donate to TindogTacloban, its drop-off points for donations are VCF Alabang – 4th Floor Filinvest Wing, Festival Supermall, Alabang, Muntinlupa City, VCF Fort – 32nd Street corner University Parkway Bonifacio Global City. Contact person: Joey Hernandez at 347-3975
  • Donate to Operation Blessing Philippines, located at E. Rodriguez Ave. C5 Road cor. Corporal Cruz Bagong Ilog, Pasig City, contact numbers: 477-7802 to 04 or 0917-5812603
  • De La Salle Santiago Zobel, it has drop-off points in Gate 2, 3, and 7 of the campus. Contact persons: Mr. Jayjay Jacinto at 0917-8597602 or Ms. Evangeline De Peralta at 0917-5638870
  • Donate to Citizen’s Disaster Response Center, located at 72-A Times St., West Triangle Homes, Quezon City, contact number: 929-9820
  • Donate to Mu Sigma Phi Relief Operations of the UP College of Medicine Contact persons: Eman at 0925-8843050 or Billy at 0927-5711017/0922-5356100.
  • Donate to St. Michael’s Church at The Fort, located at 39th Street, North Bonifacio Triangle, Bonifacio Global City
  • Donate to AWANA Organization Philippines, it is located at 35-A Scout Tobias Street, Brgy Laging Handa in Quezon City. Contact person: Jennifer Jansalin at (02) 376-5688 or 0928-8531693
  • Donate to ETYSBM Student Council of Mapua Institute of Technology, it is located at Gil Puyat Ave, Makati City. Contact person: Angeline Bernardino at 0915-4469715 or Edgar Aquino 0905-1492319
  • Donate to Santuario de San Antonio Church, located at 3117 McKinley Road, Forbes Park, Makati. Contact number: (632) 843-8830 to 31
  • Send donations through Air21, free door-to-door pick-up of relief goods on Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Hotline: 854-2100. Twitter: @Air21ph
  • Donate to Tulong Kabataan Relief Drive, located at Kabataan Partylist HQ- #5 Palosapis St., Brgy Amihan, Proj 3, Quezon City
  • Donate to Give a Drop of Love, CFC Foundation, Inc., located at Apartelle 12, Starmall Complex, EDSA cor. Shaw Blvd., Madaluyong City. Contact person: Anna Arcaya at 718-2213 or 0923-5838577
  • Donate to St. Scholastica’s College, located at 2560 Leon Guinto St., Manila, located behind DLS-College of St. Benilde.
  • Donate to Lingap Gabriella Manila, located at 35 Scout Delgado St., Brgy. Laging Handa or 25 K-10th Street, West Kamias, Quezon City. Contact number: 374-3451. Twitter: @gabrielaphils
  • Donate to The MVP Tulong Kapatid Center, located at Meralco Covered Tennis Court, Meralco Compound, Ortigas, Pasig City. Contact person: Eds Addun at 0939-9133771 or 632-8301
  • Donate to UP Cebu SC and UP Katilingban Han Leyteño Ngan Samarnon ug Biliranon, contact persons: Darl Santos of KaLeSa-Bi and Ynna Bisnar of UPC SC at0943-4116336, 09328637303
  • Donate to Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc, located at 35 Lopez Jaena Street, Cebu City. Contact person: Edwin Marfil (local 510) or Totits Ocampo (local 204) at (032) 418-7234
  • Donate to YUPPIES Care Ministries of the Grace Baptist Church of Cebu City, Inc., located at 628B Happy Valley Road, Guadalupe. Contact person: Jaspher Obiña at 0923-1500219, 0918-3484294, or 0917-7149679
  • Donate to Lingap Gabriella Bohol, located at FARDEC Office, Lower Butalid St. Tagbiliran City. Contact number: 0912-5949170
  • Donate to Bangon Isabel, Leyte. Contact persons: Pipo Omega at 0933-4219705 or Shiena Marie Bucol at 0917-3262258/0922-8001987 (Cebu)
  • Donate to Operation Yolanda, University of St. La Salle Bacolod. Drop-off point: 2nd Gate Security Office, Center for External Relations, Institute for Negros Development
  • Donate to The Tree House, located at 2nd Floor Red Square Building, Smallville Complex, Barangay San Rafael, Mandurriao, Iloilo
  • Donate to Liceo Ripple of Hope, located at R.N. Pelaez Boulevard, Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City. Contact numbers: (088) 858 4093 to 95 local 231 or 0917-7161613
  • Donate to the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines-Northern Mindanao Sub-Region (RMP-NMR) Inc., located at MP-NMR Inc, Kalinaw Lanao Center for Interfaith Resources, 0016 Bougainvilla Puti, Villaverde, 9200, Iligan City. Contact number: +63 (63) 223 517

Help Restore Power to Samar, Leyte — Sen. Bam to Electric Coops

Senator Bam Aquino calls on electric firms and cooperatives around the country, including MERALCO, to send humanitarian mission teams to help restore power to Leyte and Samar, saying relief “can’t be carried out blindly” by humanitarian aid missions.

“Hanggang sa walang kuryente sa Samar at Leyte, parang bulag ‘yung mga relief teams na pumupunta doon,” Sen. Aquino says.
“Kailangang maibalik ang kuryente para maibalik rin ang telecommunication lines at maibalik ang contact sa ating mga kababayang talagang nangangailangan ng tulong.”
The return of electric power, the lawmaker points out, will likewise expedite the provision of medical services and will help local businesses restore their services.
“So much of Leyte and Samar were completely cut off from the rest of the country at the onslaught of Yolanda. We now need everyone’s help to ensure that nobody gets left behind in relief efforts.”
On Saturday evening, President Benigno Aquino III delivered a statement during the NDRRMC briefing and said that the restoration of power and communication lines were among the national government’s priorities, aside from extending relief assistance in affected areas.
Sen. Bam Aquino reiterates, “Until power is restored to Leyte and Samar, it will be impossible for people to get back up on their feet. The need is urgent, and we appeal to our fellow Filipinos to make this happen for the sake of our kababayan in those areas.”

Sen. Bam Supports Resolution to Use PDAF for Relief, Rehab Efforts

Senator Bam Aquino expressed support behind a Senate resolution urging Malacañang to declare unused Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) for 2013 as savings and to use it for relief and rehabilitation of areas devastated by several calamities.

The Senate on Tuesday passed Resolution No. 14, formally abandoning their PDAF for 2013, thereby creating savings which the government can use as calamity fund.

Aquino, one of the first to suspend the use of the PDAF of his office, said that the unused PDAF could augment the government’s depleting calamity fund, which now stands at P1.37 billion.

“Right now, the government needs all the help it can get. This resolution is the Senate’s way of doing its share to help ease the public’s burden,” Aquino added.

“With the government already neck-deep in problems regarding calamities, the remaining unused PDAF, which amounts to more or less P3.18 billion, could go a long way to help the victims of the earthquake in Bohol and Cebu and recent typhoons Labuyo and Santi,” Sen. Aquino said.

Aquino earlier had called for the creation of a P15-billion calamity fund to support rehabilitation of areas that were heavily damaged by the magnitude-7.2 earthquake that hit Central Visayas on October 15. Later, Malacanang announced that it would earmark P20 billion for rehabilitation.

“I laud Malacanang’s efforts to set aside the necessary funds for the rehabilitation and repair of the affected areas. In any case, calamity funds are a better place for the people’s money than the PDAF,” Sen. Aquino stressed.

Aside from the recent earthquake, several areas in the country had been devastated by typhoons “Labuyo” and “Santi” in recent weeks, while Zamboanga City was left in tatters after an assault by a faction of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF).

Sen. Bam to Traders: Follow Price Freeze

Senator Bam Aquino urges Cebu and Bohol traders to consider the welfare of those affected by the magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Central Visayas on Tuesday, and to strictly follow the price freeze that is currently imposed on those areas.

“We should not be taking advantage of the victims who have already suffered enough due to the earthquake,” the lawmaker said after receiving reports that some traders are selling basic goods at a higher price despite the existing price freeze.

“In fact, businessmen who are financially capable should even help the government’s relief efforts,” added Aquino, chairman of the Senate Committee on Trade, Commerce, and Entrepreneurship.

At the same time, Aquino also called on the public to immediately report violators of the price freeze to authorities.

“We ask the public to help us monitor and report unscrupulous businessmen who are taking advantage of the situation and thinking only of profit,” Sen. Aquino emphasized.

Aquino said the public can contact the Department of Trade and Industry’s local offices in Bohol (038-501-8260),Cebu (032-253-2631 and 412-1863) and Region 7 (032-255-0036/255-0037) for their complaints.

The DTI recently implemented a price freeze in quake-damaged areas in Bohol and Cebu, under Republic Act No. 7581 or the Price Act.

With this, the prices of basic goods in an area placed under a state of calamity must remain at prevailing levels for no more than 60 days.

Price control covers the following basic products: rice; corn; bread; fresh, dried and canned fish and other marine products; fresh pork, beef and poultry meat; fresh eggs; fresh and processed milk.

Also included in the price freeze are fresh vegetables; roots crops; coffee; sugar; cooking oil; salt; laundry soap; detergents; firewood; charcoal; candles; and drugs classified as essential by the Department of Health.

A fine of up to P1,000,000 and a maximum 10-year jail sentence await violators of the Price Act.

Recently, President Aquino signed Republic Act 10623, expanding the coverage of the Price Act to include bottled water, fruits, instant noodles, kerosene and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) but DTI has yet to draft the implementing guidelines.

Sen. Bam: Use Calamity Fund to Start Quake Rehab

Due to the urgency of the situation, Senator Bam Aquino said that part of the country’s calamity fund for 2013 could be used to cover part of his proposed P15 billion rehabilitation fund, so that recovery of provinces devastated by the magnitude 7.2 earthquake can start immediately.

“Dahil sa pangangailangan, ngayon pa lang ay puwede nanghugutin ang bahagi ng rehabilitation mula sa kasalukuyang calamity fund upang hindi na mag-antay pa ng susunod na taon para sa rehab fund,” Sen. Aquino explained.

The senator said the remainder of the P15-B rehabilitation fund could be included and sourced from next year’s budget.

Aquino is batting for the inclusion of a P15-billion fund in the 2014 national budget, which will be used to rehabilitate Bohol, Cebu, and other nearby provinces from the devastation brought by Tuesday’s strong tremor.

“Ang nasabing pondo ay ilalaan sa rehabilitasyon ng maraming imprastruktura na nasira sa Bohol at Cebu, kabilang ang 18 tulay, mgapampublikong ospital, malalaking kalsada; farm-to-market roads; at iba pang imprastruktuka na nasira ng lindol,” Aquino emphasized.

In addition, Aquino said that part of the funds will be used to repair and rehabilitate public schools destroyed by the earthquake.

The funds will also be utilized to repair centuries-old churches in Cebu and Bohol, including three national heritage sites in Loboc,Dauis, and Baclayon

“Maliban pa rito, ilalaan din ang ilang bahagi ng pondopara suportahan ang mga livelihood at mga negosyo na naapektuhan ng pagyanigupang muli silang makatayo sa sariling paa,” the senator added.

This way, Aquino said, the provinces affected by the earthquake can more quickly get up on their feet through the help of a revitalized economy.

If approved, this is not the first time that a special fund will be included in the national budget for the rehabilitation of provinces destroyed by natural calamities.

In 2007, then-senator Joker Arroyo moved for the inclusion of a P10 billion fund in the national budget under the Calamity Assistance and Rehabilitation Effort (Care) to victims of typhoons “Milenyo,”“Reming”, and “Seniang” that hit the country in late 2006.

Photo by Robert Michael Poole via Twitter (sourced from GMA Network)

Sen. Bam pushes for P15B rehab fund for quake victims

Senator Bam Aquino is pushing for the creation of a P15-billion rehabilitation fund to help Visayan provinces and several parts of Mindanao recover from the devastation brought by the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that hit Central Visayas on Monday.
“This rehabilitation fund will cover all bases in rehabilitation to help provinces such as Bohol and Cebu to fully recover from the devastating and crippling effect of this calamity,” said Aquino, chairman of the Senate Committee on Trade, Commerce, and Entrepreneurship.
The senator said that the bulk of the fund will be used to rehabilitate old churches and other tourism sites in Bohol, a province which thrives on tourism for its world-renowned spots such as the Chocolate Hills in Carmen and the centuries-old colonial churches in Loboc, Baclayon, and Dauis.
The fund will also be utilized to rehabilitate establishments and other infrastructure destroyed by the tremor in the province of Cebu, considered as the region’s center of business and trade.
Aquino added that parts of the fund will be channeled to other places that were affected by the earthquake, including Siquijor and other towns in Mindanao.
“With the help of this fund, provinces affected by the earthquake will be able to get back on their feet and return to their normal lives in no time,” Aquino stressed.
The young senator said the rehabilitation fund will be included in next year’s General Appropriations Act, which has yet to be approved by Congress.
If approved, this is not the first time that a special fund will be included in the national budget for the rehabilitation of provinces destroyed by natural calamities.
In 2007, then-senator Joker Arroyo moved for the inclusion of a P10-billion fund in the national budget under the Calamity Assistance and Rehabilitation Effort (Care) to victims of typhoons “Milenyo,” “Reming”, and “Seniang” that hit the country in late 2006.
Photo from Robert Michael Poole via Twitter, sourced from GMANetwork.com

One Year Deadline for SK Reforms — Sen. Bam

Both houses of Congress have only one year to finalize much-needed reforms in the country’s youth representation system, according to Senator Bam Aquino, chairman of the Senate Committee on Youth.

A bicameral conference committee, held on Tuesday morning, approved the postponement of the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections for one year without holdover. Both houses of Congress also agreed to hold the next polls between Oct. 28, 2014 and February 23, 2015.

“With the postponement, we have a virtual deadline of one year to hold in-depth consultations with our youth constituents, come up with innovative solutions, and agree on the necessary reforms that will make our youth leaders more empowered and effective,” Sen. Aquino said.

“The goal is to pass an SK reform bill and have it enacted into law before October 28, 2014,” the young lawmaker stressed.

According to Sen. Aquino, his office has been consulting with various youth groups and will lead stakeholder consultations on the issue. Earlier, he also talked about “crowdsourcing” SK reform legislation through online and offline channels.

SK Reform Bill

As part of his reform advocacy, the young senator filed Senate Bill No. 1090 or the “Liga ng Bayaning Kabataan (LBK)” Bill, to “overhaul the youth representation system and instill the true spirit of volunteerism on the youth, aside from taking it from clutches of partisan politics.”

The bill replaces the current form of the SK with a body composed of representatives of youth organizations.

The measure also calls for “bottom-up budgeting” and “end-to-end transparency, accountability, good governance, and community youth participation” for all LBK projects.

The senator said the bill is anchored on “the twin beliefs that youth organizations are a potent force in nation-building, and that the power of young Filipinos is strongest when they work with people who share their values and goals, and in an environment of teamwork and collaboration.”

Violence the Enemy of Progress — Sen. Bam

Senator Bam Aquino condemns the attacks that have been brought upon the people of Zamboanga City, saying that “Violence is not the way forward.”

“We condemn violence in all its forms, and we urge all citizens to reject those who intend to perpetuate violence, fear, and panic in the country.”

“Nothing good ever comes of violence,” he says, quoting a line from reformist Martin Luther.

“Lahat tayo talo kung ipagpatuloy natin ang karahasan,” he adds. “Bagsak ang mga negosyo, bagsakang turismo. Taumbayan ang kawawa.”

“The sooner we can find a peaceful resolution to our issues, the sooner we can push for progress and development for all Filipinos. Peace is the bedrock of inclusive growth—this is the mandate that we ought to pursue for the sake of our people.”

Sen. Bam Kinuha ang Pulso ng Negros Oriental, Siquijor

Nakipagpulong si Sen.Bam Aquino sa mga lokal na lider ng Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental at Siquijor upang kunin ang kanilang pulso at pananaw ukol sa isinusulong niyang mga panukalang batas ukol sa malawakang kaunlaran.

Ginawa ni Sen. Aquino ang pulong kasabay ng pasasalamat sa mga taga-Negros Oriental at Siquijor sa suporta kaya siya nanguna sa bilangan sa mga nasabing lugar noong nakaraang halalan.

Ayon kay Sen. Bam, mahalaga na makonsulta ang lahat ng sektor upang mas maging epektibo at makapagbigayng tamang solusyon ang kanyang mga panukalang batas

“Lubos po ang aming pasasalamat para sa inyong suporta at tiwala. Makakaasa po kayong ipaglalaban natin sa Senado ang mga panukalang magdadala ng mas malawak na oportunidad at kaunlaran sa lahat ng sulok ng Pilipinas,” wika ni Sen. Aquino sa pagtitipon ng mga lider ng iba’t ibang komunidad sa Dumaguete City.

Pinangunahan din ni Sen. Bam ang pagdiriwang ng 41st Araw ng Bayan ng Siquijor, kung saan niyaiginiit ang malaking potensiyal ng lalawigan bilang tourism hotspot.

“Ang hamon po sa atin ngayon: Gawing posible ang dating imposible… Kung dati-rati po, hindi natin lubos maisip na ang Pilipinas ay magiging isang ‘breakout nation’ na pinakamabilis ang pag-angat sa buong Southeast Asia, ngayon po ito ay isa nang realidad,” wika ni Sen. Bam.

“Ang hamon ng panahon ay palawakin pa lalo ang kaunlaran upang umabot sa kasuluk-sulukan ng ating bayan,” dagdag pa ng senador.

“People’s Impatience a Good Sign” — Bam

Senator Bam Aquino says that “the people’s impatience” toward corruption and impunity is “a good sign,” citing the “Million People March” that mobilized thousands of Filipino citizens in different parts of the country on Monday.

The “Million People March” was born out of highly publicized “pork barrel scam” that amounted to at least P10 billon and allegedly involved dozens of lawmakers.

“The people’s impatience on this issue is a positive development for reform-minded public servants,” Sen. Aquino points out.

“Ang taumbayan ang nag-uudyok sa mga opisyales na ipagpatuloy at isatupad ang mga repormang kinakailangan natin. Sila ang lakas namin upang gawin ang mga bagay na magdadala ng pagbabago sa mga baluktot na sistema, at magsusupil sa mga tiwali na nagnakaw sa bayan,” he adds.

The young Aquino, a reform advocate with a long history of youth and civic leadership, likewise calls on fellow lawmakers and colleagues in government to “heed the people’s call” and use public funds “to truly empower the people instead of enriching a select few.”

“People’s Fund” instead of PDAF

Toward this end, Sen. Aquino is filing “The People’s Fund,” a bill that aims to give taxpayers more direct control over public funds.

The People’s Fund “seeks to revolutionize public budgeting and funding by giving the taxpayers of the Philippines clear and concrete choices on where their money should go.”

It provides a mechanism for five percent (5%) of an individual’s income tax to be allocated to either of the following: (a) an accredited charity or civil society organization; (b) a national or local priority government project; or (c) a legitimate political party.

Sen. Aquino had said regarding the bill, “People are sick and tired of seeing their taxes go to waste when precious money could instead be channeled toward initiatives that truly benefit millions of Filipinos. It’s time for the PDAF to go and bring the power back to the people through the People’s Fund.”

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