The Greenpeace ship M/Y Esperanza is leaving the port of Manila today to respond to the humanitarian crisis in Mindanao

Photo | December 8, 2012

In light of the ongoing devastation and loss of lives in Mindanao caused by Typhoon Pablo, Greenpeace Southeast Asia has coordinated with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), ABS-CBN Foundation and Save the Children Foundation to help with the ongoing humanitarian crisis.The Esperanza was supposed to begin her “Ocean Defender” Philippines Ship Tour today, December 8, and had scheduled public open boat activities for today and Sunday. These open boat activities have been cancelled.

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