Resources for Super Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines

Satellite image offers incredible evidence of #typhoon’s direct blow to Tacloban City. Super Typhoon Haiyan walloped the Philippines a couple days ago and the pictures out of there are devastating. We are thinking of everyone in the path of the storm and hope this resource page helps you stay up-to-date on the latest news and encourages you to donate.

HOW TO HELP

TOP HAIYAN STORIES

NEWS AGENCIES
The Manila Times | South China Morning Post | New York Times
ABC | BBCCNN | FOX | NBC | PBS | NPR | USA Today | Washington Post

GOOD TO KNOW

WHO TO FOLLOW ON TWITTER
Typhoon Haiyan | #Haiyan | @RedCross | @AndersonCooper
Huge Travel Twitter Resource Page

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2 Comments on "Resources for Super Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines"

  1. Thanks. This is very helpful.

  2. The Philippine government is “too organized” to have the relief/foods/goods distributed, it is slowing everybody down, and more and more people are suffering. Even when we went to the post office yesterday, the staff named Elena was “too organized” it took us 30 minutes to get the package. Hopefully they will change this STUPID system so that they will SERVE more than ORGANIZE more. Wadda heck!

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