6 months after Typhoon Haiyan much has been achieved, but humanitarian and recovery needs remain high.
A joint assessment by the Education and Child Protection clusters found
o 100% of districts surveyed reported having received some form of assistance, but 55% of districts said that there was less access to services for children compared to before the Typhoon.
o high levels of stress and behavioural change amongst children and barriers to education.
Displaced children are now being given priority for places in summer catch-up programmes at schools.
Nutrition survey results found relatively low levels of acute malnutrition.