Weeks after Typhoon Haiyan ravaged the Philippines, more than one million people have received food aid, the United Nations estimates. But logistical hurdles are still obstructing relief efforts across the island nation.
With startling speed, Filipinos are rebuilding homes and livelihoods amid the wreckage — and aid agencies are learning how to help them
Boxing icon’s win gives Filipinos a break from the superstorm’s devastation
A small group of Americans and their cadaver dogs went to help with recovery operations in hard-hit Tacloban
The marchers have been living in a church and a sports stadium since the storm struck Nov. 8.
Three-day-old girl suffered from newborn asphyxia
The chapel inside Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center in Tacloban is the temporary home to newborn infants and their mothers, after Typhoon Haiyan destroyed the hospital’s original neonatal facility
Logistical issues have slowed transportation of supplies in the Philippines
Over 280,000 family food packs have been distributed
The devastated city needs all the symbols of hope it can get
People are leaving the storm-battered Philippine city of Tacloban with nothing of their former lives. They’re the lucky ones
Tragedy occurs as thousands storm food warehouse
The Philippine President says death toll has been vastly overestimated