Philippines Typhoon: How You Can Help

As you know, Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines with unprecedented fury on November 8. It lived up to forecasts as the strongest recorded storm ever to make landfall. With electricity out and nearly half a million people displaced, the 1.7 million children in the typhoon’s path are particularly hard hit.

Philippines: ECHO team first on the ground in rural Leyte province

According to an article by the Associated Press, wind and storm surge damage as well as infrastructure problems are hampering relief efforts in the Tacloban area. Authorities hope, however, that the reopening of two airports in the devastated region will help.

With its usual focus on children and families, Compassion International is mobilizing to provide emergency food, water, shelter, school supplies, trauma counseling and much more. Click on this page to find out more about Compassion International’s work in the Philippines, and how you can help. God bless!


2 Replies to “Philippines Typhoon: How You Can Help”

  1. Thank you very much Judith for continuously supporting us on this tremendous wrath of nature. My fellow countrymen down south are really badly devastated and most are still in a state of shock up to this day. God bless you for your compassionate heart. Maraming-maraming Salamat po!

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