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Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) Status Reports

YOLANDA Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) wreaked havoc on several areas in the Philippines that resulted in massive death and destruction last Nov. 8, 2013. Since then, the public has been inundated with news and information from all over the place. This is the first of a series of infographics that will put everything in perspective while providing updates in an easy-to-digest format. STATUS REPORT NO.1 The death toll Figures as of Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013 Batangas Quezon Aklan 11 Camarines Norte Extent of Masbate typhoon Biliran Samar 200 Path of Manila typhoon Eastern Samar 172 Leyte 1,785 2,357 Total number of confirmed deaths 670,000 Number of people displaced 11.3 million Number of people directly affected Surigao Bohol Cebu 71 Negros Occ. Capiz 50 lloilo Antique 10 Zamboanga 5 Sources: Reuters, National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, CRED, UN, The Guardian Palawan YOLANDA This second edition compares Yolanda (Haiyan) to the previous destructive typhoons that have ravaged the Philippines since 1990. This list includes only those which either claimed over a thousand lives or brought about at least $190 million worth of damage. If estimates hold true, Yolanda could be the deadliest and costliest super typhoon in Philippine history. STATUS REPORT NO.2 Yolanda possibly the deadliest and costliest Fatalities Damage 2013 10,000 3,974 $237 million $15 billion Yolanda (Haiyan) 315km/h; Nov 2012 1,901 $1 billion Pablo (Bopha) 280km/h; Dec 2011 As of Nov. 18, 2013 83 $333 million Or P10.33 billion as of Nov. 18, 2013 Estimated up to $15 billion according to Bloomberg reports Previous estimate Pedring (Nesat) 215km/h; Sep 1,439 Sendong (Washi) 95km/h; Dec $48 million 2010 31 $255 million Juan (Megi) 295km/h; Oct 2009 WORLD'S WORST TYPHOONS 464 $244 million Ondoy (Ketsana) 165 km/h; Sep BY FATALITIES, SINCE 1990 Only three others deadlier than Yolanda 465 Pepeng (Parma) 250 km/h; Oct $608 million 2008 1,410 $301 million Yolanda, 10,000 if estimate holds true Frank (Fengshen) 205 km/h; Jun $15 billion 2007 2006 Mitch, 1,399 $130 million This is Yolanda's damage if estimate holds true Reming (Durian) 250 km/h; Nov 18,820 Central America, 1991 2005 2004 1,619 $15 million Winnie 55 km/h; Nov 2003 138,375 Nargis Myanmar, 2008 2002 2001 $248 million 2000 1999 1998 This is foreign aid as of Nov. 18, 2013 1997 138,866 Gorky Bangladesh,1991 1996 1995 882 $241 million Rosing (Angela) 285 km/h; Nov 1994 1993 $195 million Kadiang (Flo) 120 km/h; Oct 1992 1991 Notes: 8,165 Uring (Thelma) 85km/h; Nov $28 million • Damage costs indicated are reported figures from the specified period • Fatalities include missing persons who are presumed dead • Typhoon strengths are peak 1 minute sustained winds 1990 748 $241 million Ruping (Mike) 280km/h; Nov Sources: National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, Reuters, The Economist, Bloomberg, DFA, wires YOLANDA This third edition is done in coordination with economist Miguel Antonio Barretto Garcia and #BangonPH. It compares percentages of affected population from one province to another. The estimated population figures are of affected areas within 200km of the typhoon's extent only and does not reflect the total population of the province. STATUS REPORT NO.3 Worst hit: • Kalibo • Numancia • New Washington Worst hit: • Roxas City • Pilar • President Roxas Worst hit: Worst hit: Worst hit: • Agutaya • Busuanga • Coron • Cabucgayan • Naval • Biliran • Zumarraga • Talalora • Villareal Worst hit: • Magsaysay 324,875 people out of 535,725 444,385 people out of 719,685 64,686 people out of 131,775 11,875 people out of 31,969 62,127 people out of 106,076 104,466 people out of 212,290 37.15% 49.09% affected 60.64% 61.75% 58.57% 49.21% Occidental Palawan Mindoro Aklan Biliran Samar Eastern Yolanda's Samar path Capiz • Size of pie indicates population of affected areas • Darker shade I indicates percentage of affected population Antique lloilo Leyte Negros Occidental Cebu 58.94% 48.08% 36.75% 65.87% 60.31% 54.26% 189,973 people out of 322,318 135,175 people out of 249,127 274,997 people out of 748,322 416,380 people out of 632,089 Worst hit: • Culasi • Pandan • Caluya Worst hit: • Guiuan • Mercedes • Quinapondan 577,194 people out of 1,200,552 992,368 people out of 1,645,469 Worst hit: • Estancia • Carles • Balasan Worst hit: • Manapla • Victorias • Escalante Worst hit: • Santa Fe • Madridejos • Bantayan Worst hit: • Tolosa • Tanauan • Tacloban Sources: National Statistical Coordination Board, National Statistics Office, UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs/ReliefWeb International The YOLANDA Status Report series is a personal project of Dwynn Trazo (dwynn.trazo@gmail.com), a full-time visual journalist based in Dubai. This series aims to raise awareness about anything typhoon Yolanda-related through infographics.

Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) Status Reports

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Typhoon Yolanda (or Haiyan as internationally known) struck my homeland, the Philippines, late 2013. It is one of biggest storms recorded in history. It left thousands dead and millions directly affec...

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