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1 year after Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) made landfall
and wreaked havoc in the Philippines,
GK is now on FULL BLAST with Yolanda reconstruction.

Through the combined efforts and resources of partners, volunteers, 
GK workers and our very own residents, we have made significant
headway in our roof repair, Balangay (fishing boats distribution) and
housing reconstruction. Now we need YOU to help SCALE UP
so we can each more families faster. 


HOW YOU CAN HELP    

GK, Australian government turn-over housing units to homeowners
"Streets named after cities in Australia in a GK village that the Australian nation funded where families who survived Typhoon Haiyan will be relocated...
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Joyful Anticipation
One year after Haiyan, the local government and people of Buntod teach us that a big part of rebuilding consists of finding joy in the waiting.
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By Land, Air or Sea
One year after Haiyan, we honor the silent heroes who continue to challenge the impossible with us, ensuring that real hope is immediately brought to where it is needed most.
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Keeping Hope Afloat
One year after Haiyan, the fishermen of Ajuy build back their boats, livelihood, and unwavering hope for a better future – one where their children are not as vulnerable to nature’s wrath and poverty’s cruelty.
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Hunger Ends Where Caring Begins
One year after Haiyan, the children of Alang-Alang hope to feel like 'normal' kids again: smiling, carefree, unafraid. With Kusina ng Kalinga, we try to bring back the normalcy of their lives and the brightness of their futures.
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Una sa Serbisyo, Huli sa Benepisyo
One year after Haiyan, Arnel and Feliza Abas find purpose in helping fellow Leyteños rebuild their lives in the face of waiting, danger, and even death.
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ENDING POVERTY FOR 5 MILLION FAMILIES BY 2024
“Gawad Kalinga,” translated in English means to “give care”, is a Philippine-based movement that aims to end poverty by first restoring the dignity of the poor. It employs an integrated and holistic approach to empowerment  with values-formation and leadership development at its core. Established in 2003, The Foundation currently works with over 2,000 communities and has been recognized as the 2006 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee & 2012 Skoll Awardee for Social Entrepreneurship.


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