Philippines Typhoon

SOS Children's Villages Tacloban

SOS Children's Villages emergency teams are currently responding to the needs of displaced children and desperate families affected by Typhoon Haiyan.

“On behalf of children and families we appeal to the public to donate now via the SOS Children's Villages association in their home country,” said Tacloban Village Director Oscar Garol.

More than 9 million people have been affected by the impact of one of the worst storms in recorded history. Millions of children and their families are desperate for food, water, shelter, medical care, clothes and other basic needs.
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