Wednesday, December 7, 2022

“Do you think the Philippine government is doing enough to help the victims of super typhoon Yolanda?”

“Definitely not. It was in the news that a lot of countries donated large amounts of money for relief. Where is it now? How come the victims are still suffering?”
Monique Recto, BBA-MGT-I

“Yes but it could not be given right away because the areas are inaccessible and there’s no communication… it’s a difficult situation. They are trying their best but there are factors that need to be considered.”
Sarah Gem Cuerda, BEED SPED IV

“I think the people should not blame the government to satisfy the needs of the victims…I think the government is doing good. The only problem is the delivery of the relief goods.”
Mae Ann Piñero, BBA-Econ-III

Compiled by Nectarina Catada

“Personally I don’t think they’re doing enough because as what I see in the news. If you think about it, relief operations from outside the country are more active and they can help efficiently to think that they had to travel to the Philippines and to Tacloban while the Philippine government is taking too long. Some donors also said that they will not allow the government to get hold of their donations for the fear of officials taking it for themselves.”
Javi Dawn Generoso, BSCE- IV

 

Compiled by Nectarina Catada

2 COMMENTS

  1. the Philippine government should be ashamed, groups wont release their money in fear the government officials will pocket the cash for themselves, this shows how very little trust there is for the Philippine government.

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