Recovery in the Philippines, One Month after Typhoon Haiyan

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While it’s been over a month since Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, Penn State students are working to ensure the victims continue to receive support for recovery. WPSU’s Kate Lao Shaffner has personal connections to the Philippines. She reports recovery is ongoing, but there’s reason to be optimistic.


Dexter Julio (from Tacloban) and Ep Brion (from Cebu) say these charities and organizations have been active and effective on the ground:

World Food Program - http://www.wfp.org
UNICEF - http://www.unicef.org
Red Cross - http://www.icrc.org
American Refugee Committee - http://www.arcrelief.org
World Health Organization - http://www.who.int/en
World Vision - http://www.worldvision.org
Habitat for Humanity - http://www.habitat.org
Tzu Chi Foundation - http://www.us.tzuchi.org/us/en
Converge Southwest - http://www.convergesw.org/give/2065-2-84

Photo credit: Dexter Julio

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