Typhoon Haiyan Photos and Videos
CARE is providing food, shelter and other lifesaving essentials to survivors of the storm, which affected up to 16.1 million people, displaced 4.1 million and killed thousands of men, women and children.
Pictures and Videos From the Philippines
We are updating this page as we get new content from our colleagues on the ground in central Philippines, where Typhoon Haiyan caused massive destruction and loss of life. Please check back again for the latest photos and videos.
Thank You to CARE Donors
A group of super typhoon Haiyan survivors from Salvacion, Leyte say thank you to CARE and its donors for all the help extended to them.
CARE Philippines Food Distribution
CARE Philippines and local partner OCCCI distribute food packs to Haiyan survivors in Basey, Samar.
Reports From the Field
CARE Communication Officer Sandra Bulling speaks direct from the Philippines describing CARE response to Typhoon Haiyan.
Update on Typhoon Haiyan
Holly Solberg, Head of Emergencies, discusses CARE's response to Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
CARE's Response to Typhoon Haiyan
Nick Osborne, VP of Program, Partnerships, Learning and Advocacy discusses CARE's response to Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
Help Aid the Aftermath
Your gift can help rush lifesaving aid to people in the Philippines affected by super typhoon Haiyan, and support CARE's disaster-relief and poverty-fighting work around the world.
Ask the Expert
Holly Solberg, CARE's head of emergencies, answers questions asked on social media about Typhoon Haiyan and CARE's work in the Philippines this edition of our new "Ask the Expert" video series.
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A Path Appears
A new book by Pulitzer Prize-winners Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn
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Rolando hid in a foxhole during the storm. Now, he's ready to rebuild.
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Did You Know?
Tarps distributed by CARE would cover the equivalent of 4,040 basketball courts!
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More than 1.14 million houses were damaged or destroyed. People still are sleeping in the ruins of their homes or in inadequate shelters as torrential rains add to their misery.
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Restoring Livelihoods Essential to Boost Typhoon Haiyan Recovery