The headteacher of Cebu International School in the Philippines, originally from Bridgend, is coordinating his own typhoon relief effort. Pupils at the school have been busy packing aid parcels to be sent north of Cebu City to those who've yet to receive aid after typhoon Haiyan hit.
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