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A Forgotten Crisis in The Philippines

More than a year after fighting displaced thousands, many are still living in squalor

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Map of the Day: Displacement in the Philippines

The latest figures speak to the strength and destruction of this storm.

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10 Nov 2013, Tacloban City, Philippines: A group of people line up at an aid distribution in Tacloban City, Leyte Province - one of the areas worst affected by Typhoon Haiyan. An estimated 9.8 million people are now believed to have been affected by the story. Credit: WFP/Krishna Krishnamurthy

Top 10 Donors to Philippines Typhoon Relief

An honor roll of early donors.

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Why I’m Donating to the UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund to Help the Philippines

CERF is my donation of choice

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9 Nov 2013, Tacloban, Philippines: An estimated 9.5 million in nine regions across the Philippines have been affected by Typhoon Yolanda, which swept through the country on 8 November. The Philippines Red Cross has reported that at least 1,200 people have died but the number is expected to increase as more affected areas become accessible. Credit: OCHA

Typhoon in the Philippines. What’s Next?

Things are slowly getting better in Tacloban.

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9 Nov 2013, Tacloban, Philippines: An estimated 9.5 million in nine regions across the Philippines have been affected by Typhoon Yolanda, which swept through the country on 8 November. The Philippines Red Cross has reported that at least 1,200 people have died but the number is expected to increase as more affected areas become accessible. Credit: OCHA

How the UN Responds When A Massive Disaster Strikes

This is what happens when a disaster strikes.

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