Preparedness Is Key as Philippines Still at Risk

Two years after Super Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, community members in a small town met to discuss how to survive another typhoon, what to do in case of an earthquake and how to plan for a tsunami.

Filipino Spirituality Aids Recovery in the Islands

The devastation caused by Super Typhoon Haiyan in 2013 shook the lives of millions of Filipinos, including Sister Vilma Orejola, F.L.P, director of faith formation at Sacred Heart of Jesus parish in Cambria Heights.

Rebuilding Livelihoods After Typhoon Haiyan

The typhoon – thought to be the strongest tropical cyclone to hit land in recorded history – not only devastated 44 Filipino provinces and claimed more than 6,300 lives, it also destroyed or disrupted the livelihoods of 5.6 million people.

Recovery Continues In the Philippines

First in a series of reports on the aftermath Super Typhoon Haiyan and the recovery process the people of the Philippines are still undergoing two years after the typhoon devastated the region.