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“We Are the World” Viral Video for Typhoon Yolanda Victims

An inspirational song “We Are The World” went viral online as it touched not only the Filipino people but all the people around the world who have watched the devastation brought about by super typhoon Yolanda.

Watch the viral video: “We are the world”

The video which was posted by Kevin Ayson was uploaded on November 13, 2013, since the first day it was posted, it was immediately shared on various social networking sites and blogs. As of posting time the video have already garnered more than 1 million views and counting.

The devastation of Yolanda in the central provinces of the Philippines is considered by various news media organization and international government officials and aid organization as one of the worst calamity that ever hit a particular nation.

The relief and rescue operations is also considered as one of the world’s largest humanitarian operation ever assembled with nearly hundreds of countries donating and sharing their manpower to help re-build the life of the victims that are currently living in desolation and survival. Thousands of lives lost, homes shattered, source of living uncertain and the victims are calling for immediate help worldwide.

In the midst of catastrophic event, the world unites, merging once again to help the Filipino people, the song “We Are The World” touches once again the hearts of the worldwide population, because the world cares.

The originator of the video has posted the following disclaimer:


This video is edited as a simple way to give thanks to all the nations who helped the Philippines


The purpose of this video is to inform every single one of you about the typhoon victims in the Philippines. I am NOT getting any monetized views from Google Adsense or Affiliates. Just to be clear, my goal is to help find ways to help other people in the Philippines! GOD BLESS!”

Share the story of kindness, generosity and humanity of the foreign people who choose to help the Filipinos – their deeds forever written in the hearts of the Filipinos.

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About the author: Ed Umbao is a former tuba-gatherer from Bantayan Island. Previously worked as an OFW in Saudi Arabia, now a full-time blogger sans technical ability.

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