Millions of people in the Phillippines have been disastrously affected by typhoon Haiyan, one of the worst storms on the planet on record. Almost half a million people are in evacuation centres, in dire need of food, water, medicines and other necessities.
The Alliance of Health Workers in the Philippines, in conjunction with Global Nurses United, is appealing to us for assistance, as part of an international network providing support after the disaster.
The NSW Nurses and Midwives Association in our efforts to raise funds for almost half a million people still in dire need of aid have set up a cash management account where all funds collected will be directly donated to the Alliance of Health Workers in the Phillippines in their efforts to provide support after the disaster.
NSWNMA Cash Man Acct
ACC Number: 00782167
The Alliance of Health Workers in the Phillippines can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook: www.facebook.com/AHWPH
There are also opportunities to assist on the ground – the US-based RN Response Network has already sent a team of nurses and nurses from many countries, including Australia, have signed up for their relief effort. You can donate to the RNRN here.
Support can be given in Australia via:
Any support you can give will be a big help to Filipino health workers and the Filipino people at a very difficult time.
You'll automatically become a member of the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation