Philippine typhoon survivors don’t get enough aid


These people faced an earthquake 3 weeks ago. We have to get aid to them quickly or more people will start dying and disease will begin to take lives. With no clean drinking water, no food, little medical care, I think the situation is desperate

Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video is called Monster typhoon Haiyan hits Philippines.

By Peter Symonds:

A pittance in international aid for Philippine typhoon victims

13 November 2013

In the wake of super-typhoon Haiyan, which tore a path of destruction through the central Philippines last Friday, the UN has launched an appeal for $301 million to provide relief and assistance for those whose lives have been devastated. The fund, which is currently nowhere near its target, is woefully inadequate for the pressing needs at hand.

The UN itself estimates that 11 million people have been affected by Haiyan; meaning the fund will provide an average of less than $30 [a] person. According to the Philippine government, more than 2 million people need immediate food aid and at least 670,000 people have been displaced. The disaster’s full scale is still emerging as many areas have been cut off due to blocked…

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