Haiyan: Philippines Typhoon Appeal

Thanks to your amazing support our Philippines Typhoon Appeal raised £3.7 million for children and families affected by the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan in November 2013. Our teams have helped more than 490,000 people so far, including 232,000 children.  

However, there's still much to be done to help children and their families which is why Save the Children will continue its work in the region.

 We've launched an ambitious programme of helping more than 800,000 children who need long-term support.

How Save the Children has helped

  • We've helped 490,000 people so far, including 232,000 children, and aim to help over 1 million people, including more than 800,000 children in the next 3 years.
  • We have now delivered over 400,000 litres of drinking water to the most affected coastal communities on Leyte island.
  • Our mobile health clinics have seen 34,400 people.
  • We have reached 31,300 households with shelter and items such as tarpaulin, hygiene kits and buckets on Panay island.
  • The Back to School Clean Up Campaign has been successfully conducted in 10 schools, reaching 5,469 students on Panay.
  • Our child friendly spaces where children can play in a safe environment have been used by 16,712 children.

To help us be ready for the next disaster or crisis please donate to or Emergency Fund