Philippines Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 23 | 1 – 30 April 2014

Originally published



  • With the next typhoon season arriving in June, assistance for the millions of Haiyan-affected people still living without adequate or durable shelter must be urgently stepped up.

  • Six months since Typhoon Haiyan made landfall, the humanitarian situation remains stable across the affected regions, largely due to the resilience of the people and the massive response in the emergency phase.

  • In Zamboanga, concerns persist over the congested living conditions of the Badjao people at the Cawa-Cawa shoreline.

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