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Typhoon Haiyan - 1 Year Later

61,000 locals employed to help in the recovery process Over 2,500 youth given skills-training 1.5 million people received emergency food 17 feeding centres were established for malnourished children and pregnant 63 disaster-resilient classrooms built 195,000 people given temporary 225,000 people received safe water kits 44,000 children given school supplies and resumed classes shelters or home reconstruction 2,2800 latrines were made support available 32,800+ people received critical medical care from Child-friendly spaces gave 21,000 children the chance to safely play, learn, and heal 00 mobile and new, permanent health clinics Typhoon Haiyan, I year later: Building back better, stronger, together. On Friday, November 8, 2013, Typhoon Haiyan - thought to be the strongest storm to ever make landfall - hit the Philippines, taking over 6,200 lives, across 2/3 of the country. Plan took immediate action to provide emergency relief, while also working to support the long-term recovery of the 14+ million people affected by the disaster.

Typhoon Haiyan - 1 Year Later

shared by davejtapp on Mar 08
On Friday, November 8, 2013, Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines taking over 6,200 lives across 66% of the country. Plan UK took action to provide emergency relief. Find out what the relief looked ...


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