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The North Staffordshire Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD) has sprung into action to support stricken people affected by the Philippines typhoon.
Last Friday one of the most powerful typhoons ever recorded hit the Philippines, which is said to have affected around 10 million people in the country.
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Abigail McMillan, Manager for CAFOD North Primobolan 1ml Staffordshire, which has worked in the Philippines Comprar Levitra since 1969, said: "What we know from our experience of dealing with these sudden disasters in Haiti, Pakistan and Mozambique in recent years is that the best way people can help is supporting the local agencies who are there in place on the ground ready to get relief to those in need.
"Our local partners are already operating in the worst hit areas, responding to the most immediate needs, as well as continuing to provide food and shelter to people who lost their homes in the earthquake on the island of Bohol last month.
"The typhoon has added to the destruction, and made it more difficult to deliver aid, but we're doing everything we can to reach people in isolated areas."
She added: "People in North Staffordshire always respond generously to such tragic events Primobolan And Deca Cycle and we're grateful for any support they can give."
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Prime Minister David Cameron also announced that a team of British medical experts and the first consignment of UK aid will leave shortly for the Philippines.
A 12 strong team of paramedics and surgeons will be deployed, with the Government already committing a total of 10 million in aid.