REACH maps on Typhoon Haiyan emergency

November 11, 2013

05.12.2013 New maps available :

Haiyan

Typhoon Haiyan, strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines in 2013, made subsequent landfalls in Tolosa municipality south of Tacloban City, Leyte province, Daanbantayan and Bantayan Island, Cebu province, and Conception, Iloilo province on Friday November 8th, with sustained winds of up to 315 km per hour. Around 4,000 people are reported dead according to the last estimations, with 9.5 million people affected in nine regions across the Philippines. Access to the most affected areas is still difficult whereas needs for potable water, food, shelters and medical care are dire.

REACH teams are already in country working closely with the Shelter Cluster and are dedicated to coordinate assessments and information management in the post-Haiyan context.

To access all of REACH maps for Typhoon Haiyan Emergency please visit REACH Resource Centre.