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The Impact of Typhoon Rammasun

The Impact of Typhoon Rammasun

Food for the Hungry says this is only the beginning of the typhoon season for the Philippines. Less than a year after Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines and killed over 5,000, the island civilians are knocked down again by Typhoon Rammasun.

Tacloban Revisited 6 Months after Typhoon Haiyan

Tacloban Revisited 6 Months after Typhoon Haiyan

By Holger Bergner: A month ago Jo Bishop and Melody Grace Aguilar of the Manila based ‘Channel of Hope Foundation’ invited me to come along to their next trip to Tacloban – and finally the long awaited day came

Philippines: 6 Months after Super Typhoon, Housing, Jobs Remain Priority

Philippines: 6 Months after Super Typhoon, Housing, Jobs Remain Priority

Six months after the most powerful typhoon on record pummeled the central Philippines and left more than 6,200 people dead, officials say having regular work and a permanent home is still a priority for thousands of survivors.

South China Sea Dispute to be discussed at ASEAN Summit

South China Sea Dispute to be discussed at ASEAN Summit

Escalating tensions in the South China Sea are expected to be among the main points of discussion Saturday at the annual summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in Burma, also known as Myanmar.

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon calls for more support for the Philippines

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon calls for more support for the Philippines

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is calling the global community to step up their support for the Philippines. After visiting areas ravished by Typhoon Haiyan last week, Ban outlined the U.N.’s four-year support plan.

‘Channel of Hope’ bring Christmas Presents to Children in Tacloban

‘Channel of Hope’ bring Christmas Presents to Children in Tacloban

The ‘Channel of Hope Foundation, Inc.’ has been very busy collecting Christmas presents for children in the areas affected by typhoon Haiyan.

Typhoon Haiyan: Public Interest is Fading, but some Islands Still Wait to Receive Aid

Typhoon Haiyan: Public Interest is Fading, but some Islands Still Wait to Receive Aid

“We’re still finding islands in areas that nobody has made it to. It’s just unbelievable, a month after the event. But you have to understand: this was a huge storm, a huge area. The areas that you’ve seen on the news are just small areas compared to the overall area of the Philippines that has been hit. There are five major regions affected.”

Typhoon Haiyan: Missionaries Miracle Story of Survival

Typhoon Haiyan: Missionaries Miracle Story of Survival

Suzie Miller sat on her mattress, floating on the second level of her flooding home, not knowing whether she and her husband would survive. But Suzie and her husband, Carl – who serve among the 26 IMB missionaries assigned to the Philippines – knew they were exactly where God wanted them: in their home in Tacloban during Typhoon Haiyan.

UN: Typhoon-ravaged Philippines is ‘Major Emergency’

UN: Typhoon-ravaged Philippines is ‘Major Emergency’

MANILA — International humanitarian officials are grappling with the challenges of trying to get help into the typhoon-ravaged Central Philippines while people on the ground grow more desperate for food, clean water and medicines. The United Nations is putting out a call for $301 million.

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