Let us do something for our dear province and kababayan, #SulongBayaMarinduque

Inaanyayahan po namin ang aming mga kaibigan at kababayan na pansamantalang palitan ang kanilang mga Facebook and Twitter cover photo ng larawang ito upang matawag ang atensyon ng national government officials and agencies as well as news and media organization na mayroon ding isang munting probinsya sa puso ng Pilipinas na lubos na sinalanta at naapektuhan ng Bagyong #NinaPH at ito ay ang tahimik na lalawigan ng Marinduque.

Sabi ngani ng ating kaibigan at award winning director na si Joseph Israel Laban (Boac) “As usual our province is being overlooked in the relief effort by the national government to help the typhoon survivors. Even in the initial forecast we were hardly mentioned by Pagasa as well as by the national media. Let’s do something about it. Post on the official social media accounts of the President, VP, DSWD etc. Show them the devastation. Post photos of the aftermath on their walls.”

Kailangan po ng aming kababayan ang inyong tulong kagaya ng Canned Goods, Instant Noodles, Rice, Medicine and First Aid, Clothes and Blankets.

For organizations and individuals who plan to donate cash and goods, please contact Club Marinduqueno, Inc. secretariat at +63925-885-9578 (Sun) | +63917-836-3148 (Globe) | +63998-792-0955 (Smart), email at info.marinduque@gmail.com or visit their website at www.clubmarinduqueno.blogspot.com.

Further, we are highly encouraging our kababayan to use #SulongBayaMarinduque in all your post related to #NinaPH so we can easily track latest update and development in our dear province.

To view more photos of the aftermath of Typhoon Nina in Marinduque, please click here.

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Romeo A. Mataac, Jr.

Chief Correspondent at Marinduque News Network
Romeo is the founder and chief correspondent of MNN. Concurrently, he is a researcher in a leading global professional services company. Myong, as he is fondly called by his friends, is a true Marinduqueno by heart who loves travelling and exploring places.​

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