Oplan 3: October 6, 2009, Jalajala & Pililia, Rizal Province
A short message from the organizers of the 3 Oplans I’ve featured here on my blog:
“We were able to, once again, gather blessings from people and distribute them to the farthest region Rizal (Jalajala and Pililia) with the kind assistance of Red Cross Rizal Chapter and the military personnel of Camp Capinpin. We can never thank everyone enough, but just the same, THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH!” -Teng Paulino
- 654 sets-Food bags with bottled water
- 156 sets – Male used clothing
- 180 sets – Female used clothing
- 95 sets – Baby old clothes with new blankets, used slippers & shoes
The preparation of goods and logistical planning for Oplan 3 took 2 days of organizing. On October 6, full of relief goods, the convoy of private, red cross vehicles and military trucks arrived at the 2 destinations in Rizal province.
Below were the photographs taken during the sorting of goods, travel to Rizal and the handing out of goods. Do click on the photos for a larger view.
All photographs were captured with a Canon G10 and all rights reserved.
On another front, the long over due Tarantino flick, Inglourious Basterds is finally here and for a great cause. There is good in some violence after all. Or maybe we are getting the drummed down version of the MTRCB. A Tarantino movie just isn’t much without the gore and violence.
“MANILA, Philippines – Renowned filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has pledged to do his share to help the Philippines recover from the devastation left by “Ondoy.”
Tikoy Aguiluz, festival director of the Cinemanila International Film Festival which is now on its 11th year, announced this yesterday at the press conference for the event, which is set Oct. 15 to 25 at the Market! Market! Cinemas in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
“Tarantino is donating the proceeds from the premiere of his film, Inglorious Basterds, to the victims of typhoon Ondoy,” said Aguiluz.
The film, which stars Brad Pitt, premieres Oct. 16, 8 p. m. at Market! Market! Cinemas. The film is set in German-occupied France and depicts the attempt to carry out two assassination plots against the Nazi political leadership.” – Philstar.com, October 14, 2009