Super Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest storms in recorded history, made landfall in the Philippines early Friday. Gusting winds up to 235 mph were reported as Haiyan barreled through the central Philippines. At least three people have been killed and seven injured, but there are over one million people displaced due to flooding and high winds.
Never Settle has partners and contacts on three islands in the Philippines. Disaster relief supplies have been positioned in advance of the storm and there is a large distribution center setup in Manila with food and supplies. 100% of the money donated in this fundraiser will help our three partners put well equipped disaster relief personnel on the ground and provide supplies, food, and shelter to Filipinos affected by the super storm.
5 thoughts on “LIVE UPDATES: Super Typhoon Haiyan Barrels through the Central Philippines”
this picture reminds me of the Haiti hurricane,and I know many people will pitch in and help get them back on there feet.
This reminds me of the Hurricane that happened in Hawaii.
ive just read that the death toll is above 5000 people.
even though its this way I’m sure many people/countries will pitch in to help them in anyway we can.
More than 5000 people were killed in this Hurricane. Lots of reconstruction will haft to be done, although they have little money as is. I found this at, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/22/philippines-typhoon_n_4322763.html
I know people in the Philippines. I really hope they’re ok.