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Support "Emergency relief after Cyclone Haiyan" with PHOTOCIRCLE

Support "Emergency relief after Cyclone Haiyan" with PHOTOCIRCLE | Scoop Photography | Scoop.it
Support "Emergency relief after Cyclone Haiyan" by CARE by buying a photo on canvas, alu dibond, acrylic glass, etc. on Photocircle.
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Project Goals Drinking water, tents, blankets, food and medicines are the most important thing the affected people need now in order to survive. With 80 € we can provide one family with emergency aid for one month. With over 350 kilometres per hour and a diameter of 600 kilometres typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines. No electricity. No food. No water. Houses and buildings leveled. Bodies scattered on the streets. Hospitals overrun with patients. Medical supplies running out. "I do not know what to do and where to go," says a young girl. "I try to somehow survive this day. But what will be tomorrow and the day after tomorrow? Nothing is like it is was before, everybody, everything is lost…." CARE is delivering food, water, shelter and other essentials to the survivors of typhoon Haiyan, which has torn a path across the Philippines. As many as 10,000 people are feared dead while 9.8 million people have suffered the impact of the storm. Drinking water, tents, blankets, food and medicines are the most important thing the affected people need now in order to survive. Also we want to help: With 80 € we can provide one family with emergency aid for one month.
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Photographer helps cancer survivors heal with underwater pictures - CBS News

Photographer helps cancer survivors heal with underwater pictures - CBS News | Scoop Photography | Scoop.it
Photographer helps cancer survivors heal with underwater pictures
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Photographer Erena Shimoda has always enjoyed marine life.
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