IFRC


Philippines

17 February 2017

Red Cross responds to the needs of quake-affected families in Philippines as aftershocks continue

More than 16,600 people have been displaced by earthquake in the Philippines
Red Cross helps communities prevent water-borne diseases using surveillance mechanism
18 January 2017

Red Cross helps communities prevent water-borne diseases using surveillance mechanism

The Red Cross has distributed nearly 177,000 litres of potable water in typhoon-affected provinces
IFRC launches emergency appeal as Catanduanes residents count the cost of Typhoon Nock-Ten
29 December 2016

IFRC launches emergency appeal as Catanduanes residents count the cost of Typhoon Nock-Ten

Within 48 hours of Category 4 typhoon, Nock-Ten striking the eastern seaboard of central Philippines, emergency teams from the Philippine Red Cross were on the ground assessing the damage.
Philippine Red Cross emergency teams deploy in the wake of Typhoon Nock-Ten
27 December 2016

Philippine Red Cross emergency teams deploy in the wake of Typhoon Nock-Ten

The IFRC prepares to release funds from its Disaster Relief Emergency fund to support the emergency response efforts of the Philippine Red Cross
Communities struggle to rebuild their lives after Typhoon Haima
26 October 2016

Communities struggle to rebuild their lives after Typhoon Haima

Typhoon Haima causes up to 20 million US Dollars' worth of damages to agriculture land
Preparedness saves thousands of lives as Super Typhoon Haima sweeps across Northern Philippines
25 October 2016

Preparedness saves thousands of lives as Super Typhoon Haima sweeps across Northern Philippines

Shelter and livelihoods remain the most immediate needs for communities in Northern Luzon
Farmers race to save crops as Typhoon Haima closes in
19 October 2016

Farmers race to save crops as Typhoon Haima closes in

Red Cross prepares for the imminent arrival of Super Typhoon Haima as it barrels toward the Philippines
Looking beyond the disaster
9 September 2016

Looking beyond the disaster

What is the long term impact of aid in the Philippines?
Philippine Red Cross responds as monsoon floods cause thousands to evacuate
18 August 2016

Philippine Red Cross responds as monsoon floods cause thousands to evacuate

Heavy rains and flooding forces over 260,000 people to flee their homes in the Philippines last weekend
Restoring resilience and dignity – Philippine Red Cross Typhoon Haiyan shelter recovery programme nears completion
4 May 2016

Restoring resilience and dignity – Philippine Red Cross Typhoon Haiyan shelter recovery programme nears completion

Over 72,000 houses built or repaired since typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines
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