Typhoon

Report
MSF raised €32.5m for Typhoon Haiyan emergency response. Here's how we spent it.
Crisis Update
Conclude there is no need for an MSF medical intervention
Crisis Update
Assess that there is no need for a surgical intervention from MSF
Crisis Update
The level of damage does not appear to be as severe as first feared.
Crisis Update
MSF reinforces its teams and a dozen volunteers prepare to take in wounded
Gallery
In Guiuan, where the typhoon first struck, MSF has finished the construction of a semi-permanent...
Article
Innovative materials and a new beginning: MSF’s interim hospital on the Philippines typhoon shore
Video
A Year in Focus 2013-2014
Article
In the six months since Typhoon Haiyan, MSF provided care for emergency and everyday health problems
Report
When Typhoon Haiyan ripped through the central Philippines on 8 Nov 2013, it caused a disaster on a...
Interview
Specialised mental health treatment will target survivors of typhoon Haiyan, Philippines
Article
Although the relief effort is well underway after typhoon Haiyan, recovery will take a lot longer
Report
When Typhoon Haiyan ripped through the central Philippines on 8 Nov 2013, it caused a disaster of a...
Updates
MSF teams describe the invaluable work of the mobile boat clinics
Month in Focus
Video: A Month in Focus - January 2014
Coverage
Dr Natalie Roberts describes her experiences with MSF in Philippines, Syria and South Sudan

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