Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) Final Periodic Monitoring Report November 2013 to August 2014

Evaluation and Lessons Learned
Originally published



In close partnership with national authorities, significant progress has been made in meeting the needs of vulnerable people affected by last November’s Typhoon Haiyan (locally-known as Yolanda). This is the final Periodic Monitoring Report (PMR) and it evaluates the quality and quantity of the response from 9 November 2013 to 31 August 2014 against the objectives of the Haiyan Strategic Response Plan (SRP).

We list key achievements of the SRP as the following:

•3.7 million people reached with food assistance

•82,000 mothers given feeding counsel

•190,000 children received blanket supplementary feeding

•570,000 households reached with emergency shelter

•158,000 households given durable roofing solution

•All evacuation centres reached with camp management

•152,000 vulnerable workers benefitted from immediate short-term work

•103,000 farmers provided with agricultural seeds and tools

•24,000 fishermen assisted with boat building and repair

•1.9 million people benefitted from hygiene kits

•350,000 provided with access to new or fixed latrines

•0 significant public health outbreaks

•2.3 million children were vaccinated

•10,000 officials trained by protection partners

•50,000 documents processed for the most vulnerable

•545,000 children received learning materials

•111,000 beneficiaries of GBV-awareness training

•285 child-friendly spaces established •4,900 temporary learning spaces created

•1.4 million people received some form of cash transfer