Typhoon Haiyan

Typhoon Haiyan

Millions Need Food, Water Following Devastating Storm

World Bank Offers $500M Loan to Typhoon-Ravaged Philippines

The World Bank has offered the typhoon-ravaged Philippines a $500 million emergency loan to help it construct buildings that can withstand high winds and severe flooding. »

Philippine President to Camp in Typhoon-Battered Tacloban

President Benigno Aquino III said Sunday that he will stay in typhoon-battered Leyte province until he sees more progress in the aid effort following complaints from survivors that they have yet to receive... »

Typhoon Haiyan: Why the Philippines Wasn't Prepared

As the Philippines grapples with scores of dead bodies and a lack of medical supplies in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, Filipinos are asking why the country wasn’t more adequately prepared for the super... »


Report From the Philippines: Struggle to Recover

Though the streets are becoming clear enough for cars to pass through, the overwhelming amount of devastation leaves Tacloban ravaged with remnants of Typhoon Haiyan. Witnesses have described watching children... »


Report From the Philippines: "I Love Tacloban"

Tacloban community can't help but love their home in the midst of despair since being destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan. Residents donned T-shirts and displayed signs that read "I Love Tacloban" in a testament... »


Report From the Philippines: Orphans Wander Alone

A boy who lost both of his parents in Typhoon Haiyan now wanders his destroyed Philippine town alone, sleeping on a piece of plywood he carries with him, his only possession. He is among other orphans who... »


"Nightmare City": Dispatches from the Philippines

NBC4 reporter Gadi Schwartz and photographer Kristopher Li traveled to the Philippines to document the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. Thousands have been confirmed dead, and the number has been increasing... »


Humanitarian Aids Town in Philippines

For years, one American woman made it her mission to protect people in the Philippines from floods, long before Typhoon Haiyan's destructive path roared through the country. Thanks to her work, residents of... »


Typhoon Death Tolls Rises as Gov't Defends Response

The Philippine government defended its efforts to deliver assistance to victims of Typhoon Haiyan Friday, many of whom have received little or no assistance since the devastating storm hit landfall one week ago.... »



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