More than five million people in the Philippines were affected when Typhoon Mangkhut struck early Saturday morning. The storm brought strong winds, heavy rains, mudslides and flooding.
Thousands remain in emergency shelters and they need urgent support.
Schools, restaurants, and government buildings have been turned into shelters for thousands of evacuees who’ve lost their homes to the strong winds. The storm destroyed homes, schools, health centers, crops, and farmland.
The ADRA network has an emergency team in the affected area. Shelter kits are already being distributed. Food is also on the way.
More assistance is needed as the recovery begins.