Forget the rummage sale clothes, the old toys and the kind of supplies that will only stack up undistributed or damage an already weakened economy. Do send a cash donation to a respected charity.
"The typhoon caused huge devastation, so obviously access has been a problem," Nick Osborne, Vice President of Program, Partnerships, Learning and Advocacy for CARE, said.
Over the weekend Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the Philippines. It was one of the strongest cyclones ever recorded and unofficially the strongest ever to make landfall. Holly Solberg is the director for the Emergency and Humanitarian Assistance unit at CARE U.S.A. She joined the FOX 43 morning
It’s hard to watch the suffering in the Philippines after the onslaught of super typhoon Haiyan. Cities and towns just flattened. Now hungry, thirsty, sick, desperate.
CNN talks with Holly Solberg with the humanitarian assistance group CARE, about getting aid to typhoon survivors.
Victims of Typhoon Haiyan are becoming increasingly desperate for food and medical care. Now there are concerns parts of the Philippines are descending into chaos as International aid organizations, like CARE are mobilizing to help.
CARE's Nick Osborne spoke to Fox 5 Atlanta about our typhoon recovery efforts in the Philippines.
"It looks like an apocalyptic disaster," Sandra Bulling, a worker with the humanitarian agency Care International, told Al Jazeera on Monday. "I saw a girl drying her books outside. She said her house is gone, and all she has left are her school books."