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ARTICLE ON ORIGINAL RELIEF EFFORTS FOR PHILIPPINES SUPPORT 
PROJECT ACUPUNCTURE TODAY

http://www.acupuncturetoday.com/mpacms/at/article.php?id=32906

recent radio interview with Dr Quan on Philippine project and more

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBoSUDPWQ3A





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99.000 acupuncture needles for typhoon victims in Philippin
Thanks OMS and every one ...
PHILIPPINES SUPPORT PROJECT

Acupuncture Relief for the Philippines Pacific College is supporting Acupuncture Relief Efforts in the Philippines after the recent disaster there by serving as a U.S. Acupuncture supply collection depot. 
Reports from the Philippines Acupuncture Relief are that they are going through 8,000-10,000 needles daily in just one area.  If you or your patients would like to assist with Acupuncture Relief for survivors in the Philippines, you can do any of the following:
1. Drop off supplies at any of the three PCOM campuses 2. Send supplies to the San Diego Campus clinic (7445 Mission Valley Road, San Diego, CA 92108 Suite 105San Diego, CA 92108)3. Order supplies from Llhasa OMS for this effort at (800)722-8775. The account is 228542 (orders must be by phone), and Llhasa will take care of getting the supplies to us.   There's no charge for the shipping and no tax unless you live in Massachusetts.  Thanks to Mike Bailey and Llhasa/OMS for their contributions and commitment to this project and to Acupuncture Relief worldwide
Needed supplies (in good condition)  are 1/2 inch and 1 inch needles, moxa sticks, sharps containers, and the like.  
Thanks to PCOM alumnae Wendy Henry and Marcella Robinson and to CRREW for organizing this effort.
-- 
Cynthia Neipris, L.Ac.
Director of Outreach, Career/Alumni Services,
and Community Education 
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
915 Broadway (2nd floor)
New York, NY 10010
(212) 982-3456 x229



We, the Administration of Pacific College ofOriental Medicine, strive to providepersonalized service and guidance to ourstudents, faculty, graduates, and staff, withrespect, integrity and compassion.

As always Dr Quang a graduate of Tri State is working right by our side in The Gulf area, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Now The Philippines  - CRREW.ORG\





PHILIPPINES SUPPORT PROJECT
      Good News: An Account with Lhasa/ OMS: Philippines Crrew Relief: is now set up for anyone to directly order acupuncture supplies to be sent to the Philippines: orders must be made by phone! 


thinking of Holiday Presents 

Dr Quang from New Orleans will be going to Philippines in Mid Jan  2014 to help train and Support NADA PHILIPPINES please if you can donate to 







UPDATE FROM JANET -NADA PHILIPPINES
Subject: pictures of our work at Villamor airbase

The pictures attached was the start of disaster work by NADA Philippines at the Villamor Airbase.First responders, the pilots were treated first. They were flying in and out of the airbase bringing in evacuees from Tacloban Leyte.From the airbase the evacuees with relatives in Manila were driven by volunteers, while those without relatives stayed behind at the grandstand. They were also given ear acupuncture.
NADA Philippines activities at this time:NADA team dispatched at Villamor Airbase, shifting work, more than 12 ADSes participated here;NADA training ongoing at ISO ATeneo Nov. 17 to 19, community practicum Nov. 20,21,22Preparations for Zamboanga medical mission  and NADA training leaving December 2 to 7  _these are war victims brought about by the fighting between the MNLF and Philippine Army,  victims are now housed in an evacuation site, pictures to follow. This was previously scheduled before typhoon Yolanda came.A team of 13 ADSes some from Manila, some from Mindanao, and Northern Luzon will all meet at Ateneo de Zamboanga Dec. 2.
Another team will be dispatched for Bohol, earthquake vicitms and possibly Tacloban, Leyte badly hit by typhoon Yolanda.
More updates sooon.........................

Hello NADA Family, 

I am still breathing! Don't worry!
First things first, We just concluded our 5th Acupuncture Conference doctors and non-doctors and my NADA presentation on disaster, which I presented at Graz, Austria was very timely and GREAT!

Left the audience in tears, the whole auditorium was very silent, all ears to my presentation! Everyone Appreciated NADA Philippines. Many came up to me after wanted to be trained. WOW!

Okay, we are slowly but surely organizing teams now for the Visayas. We are scheduled to go to Zamboanga December 2 to 7 for again medical mission to the victims of war as agreed upon and promised to Fr. Karel and staff, counselors, psychologists, doctors of the Ateneo de Zamboanga University. It will be again a combination of training and medical mission. Lissie is team leader.

Okay that is December yet.

Just now a NADA team has been dispatched to Villamor Airbase. The airforce pilots bringing internally displaced filipinos from the Visayas have been coming in and coming in from this airbase, there are more than 20,000 of them already.,
Target today are First Responders and the displaced filipinos. Displaced filipinos who have no relatives are brought to a halfway house, this is our target area for acudetox. Very good there has been a lot of volunteers with vehicles from the airbase who takes the victims to their destination, relatives, friends.

OMG! NADA training starts tomorrow, I have to be there. Maybe practicum can be done in the half way houses.

Next week, Dra. Lao and her team of doctors are doing to Tacloban together with NADA. They will meet today and update us on details. I am looking for teamleaders for this group. A lot of ADSes are volunteering but I need someone strong, committed, can withstand the rigors and difficulty at the site, it can be depressing as mass graves are now being dug.
OKAY Wendy and company, just STANDBY..................... we might, might might ask you to go depends on the situation.

I will update you all again. This for now, please continue to pray for us. And with regards to the needle drive and monetary contribution kindly kindly kindly send to this address:

NADA Philippines
Janet Paredes and Gloria Tangonan
154 B. Gonzales street, Varsity Hills, 
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Philippines 1108
Telephones: 4338544
Mobile nos. 0917-5205090  and 09178918887

NADA PHILIPPINES DOLLAR ACCOUNT 
Bank of Philippine Islands, Loyola Katipunan Branch
BOPIPHMM     0030840616-45

Thank you and Love you all, 

Janet


ALL OF THIS HAS GROWN FROM THE WORK AT 9/11 
THERE IS NOW A WORLD WIDE CONNECTION 
OF SUPPORT  IN TIMES OF DISASTER 
SO THAT THERE ARE PEOPLE ON THE GROUND
 HELPING WHEN AND WHERE HELP IS NEEDED


 
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DAYS! 
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