ONDOY: The Top, Bottom and All its Stories In-Between

A series of typhoon hitting the Philippines toward the last quarter of every year is not a new thing for Filipinos. As an archipelago, rainy season can be synonymous to “typhoon season.” But there came Ondoy and it did not just passed or hit Manila, it left not only devastating damage to properties, houses & infrastructures but also death and suffering to our fellow Filipinos.
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Japan's Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) Donates Over P1 Million to Ondoy Victims

As Metro Manila and a huge part of Luzon continue to reel from the devastation wrought by tropical storm Ondoy last week, well-meaning individuals, corporations, civic and private organizations immediately extended relief and medical operations to hundreds of thousands of victims.
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MAGMOL Community Outreach Activities: A Start in Rebuilding Lives

As Iloilo province and its surrounding towns were submerged when typhoon Frank (international codename: Fengshen) hit the country, Magsaysay-Mitsui O.S.K. Marine, Inc. (MAGMOL) conducted outreach activities as a means of support to its crew and families.
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MagMOL Teambuilding: Because A Group Overcomes All


When everybody seemed sealed and pre-occupied with winning, struggles and means surface. Then again some stand out; some stuck and remain helpless…. The challenge is to conquer all – BY ALL.
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MagMOL Participates on Another Clean-Up Drive

In order to nurture a sense of preservation and protection of environment among cadets of T/S Spirit of MOL, a clean-up drive was held last April 5, 2008 at the bay area behind the SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City.
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MagMOL Participates in the Kalaw Clean-Up


As a post-Halloween bustle, MagMOL employees joined Magsaysay Corporate Volunteers for a street cleaning activity dubbed as Broom-Broom Kalaw Clean Up Drive last November 23, 2007.
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MagMOL Joins MAGSAYSAY In Helping the Victims of Typhoon Reming


The Filipino nation was in distraught when super typhoon Reming wrecked the Bicol region, leaving families homeless, making farmlands invisible and worst, making its local people helpless.
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MagMOL Regularly Participates with Magsaysay’s Blood Letting Program


This was the simple yet meaningful statement of a volunteer who has been actively participating in blood letting activities facilitated by Magsaysay.
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