The Philippines government is committed to providing electricity to the areas hardest hit by Typhoon Haiyan by Dec. 24 in time for Christmas.
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A Filipino community in Fort Washington, Md., waits to hear from family members.
Nearly a week after the storm, there are still thousands of people without electricity and drinking water. But in some places there are signs of hope.
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We go to the Philippines, to look at Typhoon relief efforts there, and the growing vulnerability of island nations.
CNN talks with Holly Solberg with the humanitarian assistance group CARE, about getting aid to typhoon survivors.
Now there are concerns parts of the Philippines are descending into chaos as International aid organizations, like CARE are mobilizing to help.
"The typhoon caused huge devastation, so obviously access has been a problem," Nick Osborne, Vice President of Program, Partnerships, Learning and Advocacy for CARE, said.