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Filipino YouTube Stars Unite in Song for Philippines. by Green Mango

Filipino YouTube Stars Unite in Song for Philippines (“The Prayer” // Typhoon Haiyan Yolanda)
By GREEN MANGO

Note: This video is definitely not mine but it’s worth sharing. enjoy and be inspired.

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Video-video din pag may time for Yolanda victims

Video-video din pag may time for Yolanda victims

video video pag may time

Malikhain talaga tayong mga pinoy, akalain mo ‘yun ang daming videos sa youtube ang ngayon ay nalikha at ginamit upang ipaalam sa mundo ang mga nangyari, at siyempre makapangalap ng tulong para sa mga biktima.

Ilan sa mga videos na aking tinutukoy ay hinaluan ng musika na ang iba ay orihinal at ang ilan naman ay remake.  Ang mga talentadong pinoy para sa mga biktima ng bagyong Yolanda ay bumirit at umere, ikaw napanuod mo na ba?

“The Prayer” by The Loboc Children’s Choir & Various Artists Official Music Video (Typhoon Yolanda)

Published on Youtube, Dec 12, 2013. By UniversalRecPH

“#ThePrayerForPH

[Download The Prayer at http://www.spinnr.ph. All proceeds will go to the Philippine Disaster Recovery Foundation to help rebuild the lives of those in the Visayas.]

OPM ARTISTS RECORD “THE PRAYER” FOR YOLANDA VICTIMS

On October 15, 2013, an earthquake with the energy equivalent to “32 Hiroshima bombs” devastated the Visayas, and parts of Mindanao and southern Luzon.

Two days later, the Loboc Children’s Choir sang, “The Prayer,” with the rubble of the hundred year old Loboc Church as their backdrop.

Their performance moved so many people here and abroad. Then, tragedy struck again.

On November 8, Typhoon Yolanda, the most powerful tropical cyclone of the year hit East Samar, Samar and Leyte.

Thousands died. Millions were left hungry, desperate, and homeless.

Relief efforts from the Philippines and the rest of the world are currently helping the victims survive and find temporary homes.

But the bigger challenge is how to help all these people get back to their normal lives.

This is where we took inspiration from the Loboc Children’s Choir’s performance.”

Read full article @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWG66HUqX74

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#ProjectPagbangon: Sandugo (Original Singers Edition)

By the Philippine Misereor Partnership Inc.

Published on Dec 9, 2013

Join the #ProjectPagbangon Music Video Making Contest!

On the occasion of this year’s Human Rights Day, the Philippine Misereor Partnership Inc. (PMPI) is launching a MUSIC VIDEO-MAKING COMPETITION on the theme “RELIEF AND REHABILITATION ARE HUMAN RIGHTS”.

The friendly competition is fairly simple: Using the anthem, create a MUSIC VIDEO that portrays how you and your friends, family or organization demonstrate your solidarity with victims and survivors of calamities, with the theme of the contest in mind of course.

STEP ONE: Watch the Original Singers Edition music video of Sandugo.

STEP TWO: Send an email of intent to join using the subject “#ProjectPagbangon Contest” to pmpsecretariat@yahoo.com. Please include name of contact person, cellphone number, and short profile of your group. We will reply with a download link of the high resolution wav audio file of the song and further instructions.

STEP THREE: With the wav file, make a music video using your own video footages and/or photographs, animations and other open-source materials.

STEP FOUR: Upload your music video on Youtube, and send us a link to your music video by replying to the email with which we sent you the link of the wav file.

Considerations for judging include: Substance (40%), Creativity (40%), Number of views of your entry in Youtube (10%) and Number of likes in Facebook (10%). Top three entries win recognition tokens and P10,000 each; Deadline for submission of entries is February 10, 2014. Winners will be determined on Araw ng Kagitingan 2014.

Entry to the competition is free, and each of the first 10 to join gets a complimentary music album and book worth at least P1,000.

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We are the World for Philippines (We Are The World 25 – Michael Jackson COVER by Filipino Artists)

Published on Youtube, Nov 22, 2013 By Chamberlain P. Guevarra

Tatsuo Productions (http://www.tatsuoproductions.com/)

Sapphire Productions

Evolution [Jerry Catarata] (https://www.facebook.com/EVolution.Du…)

“In light of the calamity of typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda that left our fellowmen in Southern Visayas helpless.Artists of different ages,genres and backgrounds gather together for one common goal. To make this video as an encouragement to people to open their hearts, lend a helping hand and to thank the nations that offered aid to our country. WE ARE FOREVER GRATEFUL.To our fellow Filipinos, STAY STRONG! United we stand! BANGON VISAYAS! WALANG IWANAN!

Artists:

Antonette Maria Bajamunde,Noreen Isabel Quinamot,Kyle Lemuel Juliano,Tiffany Mae Valdegamo,Enrico Ricardo Nolan,Wilholm Ho,Joel Aba

Jeva Villamil,Lee Abapo,Charyn Ong,Hanna Nicole Tesado,Michael Kent Jugador, Vinz Villarosa,Dezirhyl Genn Ramirez,Rakhim Salatan Tahir,Giancarlo Benguechea and Reymark Seblero of The Robbee Talents Club

Earl Neil Kho and Andy Canlas of Midnasty

Onna rhea Quizo, Ian Gue, Kyra Aguilar, Hanz Vallehermoza, Earnest Hope Tinambacan, Dave Trasmonte, Von Cathlene Panot,Carla Mongado,Arnold Munez. aka Bassunni,Carla Mongado and Jerry Catarata”

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“SOS Philippines” – The song after the storm! [TYPHOON HAIYAN / YOLANDA]

Published on Youtube, Nov 15, 2013. By Armand TJ

According to the post, “There’s a global campaign to make this song become a movement for unity, not just for the Philippines, but for the whole world. To support this movement, we need to get this SOS out there as much as we can. Every share/repost/tweet/blog/tag will help make a difference and add fuel to the fire. Thank you for all those who are one with us, and one with the message to the world!

To send further donations to benefit the devastated areas, you may download the song from any of the links below. All downloads will support a fundraiser that helps the people rise up again in the long term.”

Sabi pa niya, “The Filipino spirit is force of nature.”

“Please share this song and video on all social medias. You should hear these children’s voices! They’re from different parts of Panay island and Palawan, also hit by the storm. Please help us encourage more help/aid from the rest world, and to deliver a message of hope and solidarity to the Philippines and humanity. The Filipino spirit is a force of nature, struggling to rise up. With all your help, we can survive this crisis. This song connects us all as one humanity, from our island, to the rest of the Visayas, the Philippines – and the rest of the world! Please ask all your friends to share. One Love! Thanks for those who contributed to delivering this SOS.”

#ProjectPagbangon Concert Series atbp.

[Event] #ProjectPagbangon Concert Series. By Philippine Misereor Partnership.

On the occasion of this year’s Human Rights Day, the Philippine Misereor Partnership Inc. (PMPI) launched a music video-making competition on the theme “RELIEF AND REHABILITATION ARE HUMAN RIGHTS”.

Please see details below or visit pmpi.org.ph for more.

Project Pagbangon music video making by PMPIThe friendly competition is fairly simple: Using the anthem, create a MUSIC VIDEO that portrays how you and your friends, family or organization demonstrate your solidarity with victims and survivors of calamities, with the theme of the contest in mind of course.

STEP ONE: Watch the Original Singers Edition music video of Sandugo posted above.

STEP TWO: Send an email of intent to join using the subject “#ProjectPagbangon Contest” to pmpsecretariat@yahoo.com. Please include name of contact person, cellphone number, and short profile of your group. We will reply with a download link of the high resolution wav audio file of the song and further instructions.

STEP THREE: With the wav file, make a music video using your own video footages and/or photographs, animations and other open-source materials.

STEP FOUR: Upload your music video on Youtube, and send us a link to your music video by replying to the email with which we sent you the link of the wav file.

Considerations for judging include Substance (40%), Creativity (40%), Number of views of your entry in Youtube (10%) and Number of likes in Facebook (10%). Top three entries win recognition tokens and P10,000 each. Deadline for submission of entries is February 10, 2014. Winners will be determined on Araw ng Kagitingan 2014.

Entry to the competition is free, and each of the first 10 to join gets a complimentary music album and book worth at least 1,000.

Source: http://pmpi.org.ph/27-contests/69-join-the-projectpagbangon-music-video-making-contest

Let us help victims of typhoon #YolandaPH

List of donation drive for victims of typhoon #YolandaPH.

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dakila and yogi donation drive

dakilaph’s #RideRockRelief IV!

Little Art Place
222 Wilson St., San Juan City
November 10, 9am-4pm

In times of great calamity, we invoke the spirit of #bayanihan and reach out to fellow Filipinos in need of our help. We can build and rebuild our nation with our own hands.

Yogi Fair is opening its doors to DAKILA’s Ride Rock Relief program. On November 10, 2013, from 9am to 4pm, My Little Art Place will be accepting relief goods for our brothers and sisters in Visayas who have been severely affected by super typhoon, Yolanda.

In times of great calamity, we invoke the spirit of bayanihan and reach out to fellow Filipinos in need of our help.

We can build and rebuild our nation with our own hands.

We are calling on Artists, Cyclists, Sponsors, Donors and other individuals who could donate their talent, time, and relief goods for our brothers and sisters in Visayas.

For more information please see official EVENT LINK:
https://www.facebook.com/events/322086164600241/

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The Philippine Lasallian Family is banding together once again for relief operations to our fellow Filipinos who were affected by Super Typhoon Yolanda. Various La Salle Schools have begun taking in donations and volunteers.

For details visit delasalle.ph

one dlsu

Let us be everyday LaSallian Heroes by helping out our brothers and sister by donating through COSCA.

For in-campus donation (cash or in-kind)

Deposit it through the DLSU Cashier. Inform them to credit your donations to the DLSU Relief Fund (Acct # 600-135). Please do not forget to send one copy of the official receipt to Ms. Jan Trampe of COSCA for proper acknowledgement.

Send all of your in-kind donations to COSCA.

For off-campus donation (peso)

You may go to any UCPB Branch and deposit to:
Account Name: De La Salle University
Account Number: 120-1147119

For off-campus donation (dollars)

Account Name: De La Salle University
Account Number: 01-120-300035-8
Swift Code: UCPBHMM

For web-based donation

Click on http://www.globalgiving.com
On the donor search, type in Philippines Disaster Relief (project # 3916)
Make sure you click on the Philippine Disaster Relief Project being implemented by De La Salle University. You may use this facility for your credit and debit cards donations.

For more inquiries, please contact Mr. Joseph Rosal, Coordinator for Community Engagement, COSCA at 525-4267 or local 147. Thank you. – Robert Hechanova

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#Volunteers NEEDED #DSWD #YolandaPH #BangonPilipinas

dswd

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10201573543433265&set=p.10201573543433265&type=1&theater

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Let us help those affected by Typhoon Yolanda! Donate now!

UPDil

You may donate any of the following:
Water
Food (canned or packed)
Clothes
Toiletries (shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, etc.)
Mosquito nets
Cartons
Blankets and/or comforters
Medicine
*Monetary donations will also be accepted

For donations, feel free to contact us through +63917 864 0333 or +63917 872 5396.

You may also drop them off at the following IskoOps sites:
USC Office, 2nd Floor Vinzons Hall
College council offices

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For more information pls also visit RAPPLER.com for a complete list of donation drive @ http://www.rappler.com/move-ph/issues/disasters/43300-reliefph-victims-typhoon-yolanda-help

Teamwork online

Teamwork online

“One is too small a number to achieve greatness.” –John C. Maxwell

Nagkita-kita ang ilang indibidwal mula sa iba’t-ibang NGOs nuong nakaraang October 8, 2013 sa Ceferina’s Restaurant sa may Matahimik St. sa Q.C. Ang laman ng huntahan, magkaron ng ‘updating’ hinggil sa kalalagayan ng “Anti-Cybercrime Law” na na-TRO sa tulak na din ng mga protesta hinggil sa ‘unconstitutionality’ ng nasabing batas. At ang presentasyon ng proyektong “3rd HR Pinduteros Choice Awards.”

Oct 8 HR Pinduteros meet small

Bahagi ito ng inisyatiba ng HRonlinePH.com hinggil sa pagtutulungan ng mga NGOs na gumagamit ng online bilang isang tool para sa promosyon at kampanya ng kani-kanilang adbokasiya sa karapatang pantao.

Marnie and Nica

Marnie and Nica

Sa maliit na ‘resources’ at sa malaking naitulong ng Foundation for Media Alternatives (FMA) ay inanyayahan ang mga indibidwal mula sa ilang HR NGOs at Peoples Org., siyempre hindi ‘invited’ ang mga NGOs ni Napoles na hindi rin naman namin matatagpuan kung sakaling magkamali kaming imbitahan at ‘di rin naman pupunta kasi siguradong gisado sila kung nagkataon.

May mga indibidwal din na bloggers ang inanyayahan, bagamat ang ilan ay hindi nakarating dahil sa ‘conflict’ sa skedyul. Ganunpaman ay mahigit sa 20 rin ang knakarating. Mabuti na lang at hindi na rin dumami dahil kundi ay lalaki ang bills sa restaurant.

Uminog ang pulong sa talakayan hinggil sa ‘Internet Freedom’. Ito kasi ang tema para sa 3rd HR Pinduteros Choice Awards.

“For the third time, Human Rights Online Philippines or HRonlinePH.com will give recognition to human rights defenders’ efforts to promote, assert and defend human rights by maximizing online platforms. This year the event will celebrate the assertion for freedom of expression and opinion online and offline with the theme “Internet Freedom… our rights, our choice, our voice.”

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Maliban sa mas maraming pagpapatawa at pangungulit, binigyang saysay ang talakayan ng mga panauhing tagapagtalakay na sina Nica ng FMA at Marnie ng PIFA. At katulad ng inaasahan ay ang masiglang pakikilahok ng mga nagsidalo.

“… we have seen a growing movement of people around the world who are advocating for change – for justice, equality, accountability of the powerful and respect for human rights. The Internet has often played key a role in such movements by enabling people to connect and exchange information instantly and by creating a sense of solidarity,” said UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of expression, Frank La Rue, when presenting his annual report to the UN General Assembly.

The Special Rapporteur reminded States that, as a general rule, they must ensure that everyone enjoys his or her right to freedom of opinion and expression by maintaining free flow of information on the Internet, and ensuring that the Internet is available, accessible and affordable to all. However, La Rue recognized that freedom of expression can be restricted in very exceptional cases in line with international human rights instruments.

Humantong ang talakayan at huntahan sa tanong na kailangan pa nga ba ang isang “Anti-Cyber Crime Law”?

Sa mga nagdaang “statements” ay sinabi na natin na ang RA10175 ay magagamit lamang laban sa karapatan ng mamamayan sa malayang pamamahayag. Pagtatangka ito na pigilan ang malayang paglalahad ng kritisismo sa anumang kapalpakan ng pamahalaan.

Ilang ulit nang sinabi… Karapatan ng mamamayan ang pagpapahayag ng diskuntento o pagtutol sa anumang polisiya ng pamahalaan. Hindi ba’t ang mamamayan ang “BOSS”?

Frank La Rue explaing the work of the UN human...

Frank La Rue explaing the work of the UN human rights comission regarding the internet, at a press briefing at the Foreign Ministry, Stockholm, Sweden (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression Frank la Rue clarified that there is no need to introduce new standards regulating the freedom of expression on the Internet as all standards already exist, in particular in the article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

-On 29 February 2012, at the 19th session of United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council, a Panel on Freedom of Expression on the Internet
http://humanrightshouse.org/Articles/17693.html

Para sa aking pagkakaunawa, ang tagumpay ng social networking bilang medium ay dahil binibigyan nito ng lakas ang pagkakaisa ng mamamayan upang malayang magpalitan ng mga impormasyon at magpahayag. ‘Yan ang ikinatatakot ng mga kurap. Na ang diskuntento na “expressed online” ay tutungo sa “mobilization offline”. Hindi dapat matakot ang matino.

“The successful online campaign against the unconstitutional RA10175 or the Anti-Cybercrime Act of 2012 that temporarily stopped its actual implementation and the very recent August 26 #MillionPeopleMarch in Luneta, initiated online by netizens against the PDAF scam revealed the undeniable capacity of the Filipino people to assert its rights and the use of ONLINE MEDIA as a powerful tool. The power of the people that was manifested both online and offline in both instances had proven the world how true that Philippines indeed is the social networking capital of the world. Alongside, it exposes that the recurring and continuing threat of suppression of freedom of expression also holds true, thus the need to be on guard, more vigilant and assertive in defending for these freedoms.”

Tama, ang social networking o online platform ay magtatagumpay kung pahihigpitin natin ang ika nga ay online teamwork. Online Teamwork para sa karapatang pantao. Kaya ang ‘tag line’ ng HRonlinePH.com ay “Inform. Inspire. Mobilize.”

Ang karapatang pantao ay parehas – online man o offline. Back to basic tayo, ang social networking ay katulad ng anumang pagkilos ng mamamayan -online man o offline kailangan natin ng teamwork.