How the Internet can Help Yolanda Survivors

Yes, Typhoon Yolanda has clouded our silver lining momentarily – claiming thousands of lives in the southern part of the country and grimly costing our economy an estimated US$15 billion. The UN projects 11 million people have been affected by Haiyan. Recovery will undeniably be a long, arduous climb.

It may take months, maybe even years, to rebuild the businesses and infrastructures destroyed by Typhoon Yolanda.  Jobs will come at a slower pace. Lives will take quite some time to normalize.

Despite that, with a computer connected to the Internet, Filipinos anywhere in the country can quickly earn money and begin rebuilding their lives by taking jobs readily available online.

Read more here.

By Evan Tan

Evan Tan is a writer & communications professional based in Manila, Philippines.

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