Aid Workers Struggle to Reach Typhoon Survivors
Aid is pouring into the Philippines people after the destruction caused by Typhoon Haiyan, however, with roads completely blocked and airports just reopening, humanitarians are finding it hard to determine what is needed and the best means to get it there. The 150 mph winds of the Category 5 typhoon has left an estimated 10,000 presumed dead and 600,000 homeless. Doctors Without Borders, various U.N. agencies and private humanitarian groups have all been a part of the relief efforts.
By Jordan Moses
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