Thailand’s royal family donates to Typhoon Yolanda victims
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ABS-CBNnews.com reports that Thailand’s royal family is sending relief goods for survivors of Typhoon Yolanda.
The report revealed: "Upon instructions of Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsawali, Dr. Pichit Suvanprakorn, vice chairman of the Princess Pa Foundation, presented the royally-sponsored relief goods at the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs last Friday." The relief goods consist of mechanical and powdered water purifiers, tents, bags filled with ready-to-eat meals, powdered milk bottles, pre-fabricated roofing materials made out of recycled milk cartons, and personal-size toiletries.
The report further noted that "the mechanical water purifiers are portable and can be operated by foot pump if there is no electricity." The Thai royal family’s donation will be transported to Mactan Airbase by two Royal Thai Air Force C-130 aircraft.
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