Six months after Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, progress has been made, but the need remains enormous. Millions of survivors not only lost their homes, but their livelihoods too. After six months of providing immediate aid, we started working on the post-emergency phase and reconstruction. Now, our goal is to restore basic infrastructure (water systems, homes, markets, roads, etc.) We’re also helping survivors recover their livelihoods, such as farming and ﬁshing, so they can regain self-sufﬁciency.
Find out here how we’re working together to bring back health and happiness in the Philippines: Philippines: Six Months Later