Haiyan Response Two Years On

Two years into our response, Save the Children continues to work on the rehabilitation of communities that were affected by super typhoon Haiyan.

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Two years into our response, Save the Children continues to work on the rehabilitation of communities that were affected by super typhoon Haiyan. We are now transitioning to development programming and our remaining interventions are focused on disaster risk reduction, inclusive education, and livelihood programs that promote child sensitivity. Currently, Save the Children reached nearly 900,000 individuals, including half a million children - a number that has gone beyond the original target for the three year response plan.

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