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Typhoon Bopha (local name Pablo)

Typhoon Bopha struck the island of Mindanao in the Philippines on December 4, 2012, with wind speeds of more than 130 miles per hour and heavy rainfall, which triggered flooding and landslides along the coast of southern Mindanao. Two months after the storm, typhoon-affected areas are still facing a long road to recovery. The multi-agency Emergency Food Security, Nutrition and Livelihoods Assessment for Typhoon Bopha conducted in early January found that storm-affected households cite access to food, shelter and income as their most pressing concerns and their highest priorities for immediate support, according to the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA).

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Last updated July 8, 2013


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