Response to Typhoon Haiyan

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Tacloban, Leyte, is among the cities hardest hit by Typhoon Haiyan, 20 November 2013



Typhoon Haiyan, one of the most powerful storms ever, struck the central Philippines, leaving massive destruction, including in Tacloban City, 20 November 2013.



Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan carry pales of water in a street in Tacloban, 20 November 2013.



WHO Representative in the Philippines Dr Julie Hall plays with a baby at Tinago Stadium, Cebu City, which is now an evacuation centre. The baby (and her family) is one of the 240 evacuees who are currently taking shelter there, 21 November 2013.



WHO Representative in the Philippines Dr Julie Hall talks to a typhoon survivor at the Capitol Parish Sports Complex, Cebu City, a sport hall turned into an evacuation centre where families affected by Typhoon Haiyan take shelter, 21 November 2013.



Aixa Martin, a nurse from Spain, attends to patients at the maternity ward of the Eastern Visayas Hospital, Tacloban, 20 November 2013.



The maternity ward of Eastern Visayas Hospital, Tacloban, 20 November 2013.



The maternity ward of Eastern Visayas Hospital, Tacloban, 20 November 2013.



Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan line up at Tacloban airport for evacuation from the devastated city, 20 November 2013.



Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan line up at Tacloban airport for evacuation from the devastated city, 20 November 2013.


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