Typhoon Yolanda Updates

 Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) hit on 8 November 2013, creating widespread devastation in some of the poorest areas in the Philippines, claiming the lives of at least 6,300 people, with more than 1,000 people still reported as missing.

 

The organization’s goal is to strengthen the resilience and self-recovery of typhoon affected communities, with a focus on the most vulnerable children. To date World Vision has reached more than 1,005,000 people, of which approximately 473,000 are children.  

 

Impact


Impact See how your donation went a long way through our work in typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) affected areas

Videos


Video Actions speak louder than words. Watch our work in action through these videos.

Stories


Stories Our time in the communities gives us a personal view on what it’s like to be affected by typhoon Yolanda & receive the much-needed help.

Partners


Corporate Partners Our generous donors from all parts of the world allow World Vision to pass their donations to the communities where we work in. Thank you!