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Typhoon Hagupit (Ruby) Hits the Philippines
Slow-moving, yet dangerous, Hagupit affects more than 1 million people and 400,000 children. UNICEF mobilizes relief for hard-hit areas.
UNICEF’s Top Priority is Protecting Children as Typhoon Hagupit Predicted to Hit the Philippines
UNICEF is concerned about the well-being of children in the Philippines
Philippines Typhoon 2014 - Hagupit (Ruby)
A new super typhoon threatens the Philippines.
Philippines Typhoon Haiyan One Year After
UNICEF provided comprehensive support to families after the storm.
Super Typhoon Haiyan Strikes the Philippines
Typhoon Haiyan brought relentless winds and a catastrophic storm surge.
Texas Students Support Typhoon Haiyan Relief Efforts
Students in San Antonio raised $4,000 for Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts.
UNICEF Haiyan Relief: What's Inside the Blue Bucket?
Kini Schoop explains how UNICEF's family hygiene kit helps storm survivors.
Infographic: UNICEF Response to Typhoon Haiyan
UNICEF's efforts to aid children in the storm's immediate aftermath.
How UNICEF Innovation Helps Lost Children After Typhoon Haiyan
UNICEF's RapidFTR tool reunites lost children with their families.
Haiyan Video: How UNICEF Brought Water to Tacloban
UNICEF's Michael Gnilo explains how Tacloban's water supply was restored.
Typhoon Haiyan Diary: On the Ground in Tacloban
Kent Page reports on the situation in Tacloban.
How Do I Volunteer to Help the Philippines After Haiyan?
After an emergency, people often ask UNICEF how they can help the survivors.