Typhoon Haiyan Appeal

Rosendo Nalda Jnr, 64, chief of Barangay Canhiduk, Palo, and rice farmer. (Pictured with Barangay secretary Lydia Pedrosa Barbosa, 52). Photo: Anne Wright/Oxfam

In early November 2013, a super typhoon ripped through the centre of The Philippines, leaving homes destroyed, roads washed away, thousands dead and a significant humanitarian need.

Thanks to our supporters, Oxfam has already helped more than 547,000 typhoon survivors. We are working with affected communities to meet basic needs and to help them rebuild their livelihoods in the longer term.

Click here for an update on Oxfam's work and how we are helping families to rebuild their lives by providing shelter, water, sanitation and hygiene kits.

Thanks to an overwhelming response to our Typhoon Haiyan Emergency Appeal, Oxfam's humanitarian aid response in The Philippines is fully funded to meet the immediate and long term needs of the typhoon survivors.

If you would like to support Oxfam to ensure that our emergency response teams can rapidly address future emergencies, please make a donation today to our International Crisis Fund.

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