Thanks to your support, in the four months since Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, our teams helped more than 350,000 people so far, including 194,000 children.
However, the situation in the affected areas is still precarious: more than 500,000 homes were washed away along with schools, clinics and roads.
Our teams are still dispensing relief aid and working on an ambitious programme of helping more than 800,000 children who need long-term support. But we can't do this without you:
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One of our team talks to a mother and her son who were evaucated from their home after the superstorm hit land on 8 November 2013.
How Save the Children is helping
- We've helped 354,000 people so far, including 194,000 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.
We have installed 283 emergency latrine slabs and 60 hygiene promoters have been trained on Leyte.
We have reached 15,831 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 medical response which included setting up 6 mobile health clinics in affected areas in the immediate aftermath continues to provide healthcare.