Philippines Super Typhoon Goni
At least ten people have been killed as a result of Typhoon Goni after it made landfall in the Philippines on Sunday, 1st of November.
Initial reports reveal four deaths, including that of a five-year old child, were due to strong currents from an overflowing dike.
The super typhoon, the world’s strongest typhoon this year, ripped-off roofs, toppled power lines and caused unprecedented flooding to the main island of Luzon.
The typhoon also triggered deadly landslides and power cuts, which have disrupted telecommunication services and are hampering efforts to assess children in need.
Hundreds of thousands of families have fled their homes in search of safety and shelter and desperately need your help.