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Tuesday, 12 November 2013

BY:FLORA LYIMO ~ BREAKING NEWS...SO SO SAD ''POLENI SANA NDUGU ZETU WA PHILIPPINES' WATU ELFU KUMI WASEMEKANA KUFA NA MAMILIONI BILA CHAKULA MAJI AU PAKULALA'' TUTOENI CHOCHOTE TUTAKACHOWEZA JAMANI'' NITAWAWEKEENI NAMBA ZA KUTUMA MICHANGO YENU BAADAE HAPA UK '' MUNGU WANGU TUSAMEHE BABA!!


Clean up: Police and military personnel are removing bodies from the streets of Tacloban as they try to restore orde
Clean up: Police and military personnel are removing bodies from the streets of Tacloban as they try to restore order''
Thousands of bodies are being piled up on the streets of the Philippines after the devastating Typhoon Haiyan, as aid agencies warn the death toll will 'rise sharply'. 
Police and soldiers have the grim task of searching through the wreckage for bodies after entire villages and parts of cities were flattened. 
Makeshift mortuaries, set up in remaining intact buildings like churches, are overrun and body bags are being left outside in rows. 
Tens of millions of pounds worth of aid has been pledged by countries around the world and agencies say as many as 10million people in the developing country are in need of basic supplies such as shelter, clean water and food. 
Victims: The bodies are just a tiny fraction of the death toll from the typhoon and agencies say mass graves are being filled with hundreds of people
Victims: The bodies are just a tiny fraction of the death toll from the typhoon and agencies say mass graves are being filled with hundreds of people''
Typhoon victims: Bodies in bags are arranged in rows by military personnel beneath a tent that reads 'I love Tacloban'
Typhoon victims: Bodies in bags are arranged in rows by military personnel beneath a tent that reads 'I love Tacloban'

Deadly: Members of the Philippine National Police move dozens of bags of bodies of people killed by the devastating storm in Tacloban
Deadly: Members of the Philippine National Police move dozens of bags of bodies of people killed by the devastating storm in Tacloban''
Dreadful task: Soldiers pull bags filled with typhoon victims from the floor waters and leave them on higher ground
Dreadful task: Soldiers pull bags filled with typhoon victims from the floor waters and leave them on higher ground''

Rescue effort: The Philippine's Special Reaction Unit join soliders in the search for the bodies of victims of Typhoon Haiyan
Rescue effort: The Philippine's Special Reaction Unit join soliders in the search for the bodies of victims of Typhoon Haiyan''
Scavenging: A young boy pushing a trolley in search of water passes a coffin containing a victim of Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban Scavenging: A young boy pushing a trolley in search of water passes a coffin containing a victim of Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban'''
Children are particularly vulnerable in disasters. We fear for how many children have been washed away in floods, crushed under falling buildings and injured by flying debris. 
'Many are separated from their families amid the devastation, and all are in desperate need of food, water and shelter.'
In the worst-hit areas, 235mph winds created 20ft waves that are thought to have killed between 10,000 and 15,000 and left 500,000 homeless after their houses were reduced to splinters.
Super-typhoon Haiyan struck with such force on Friday that entire villages were flattened, ships were swept inland and corpses were left hanging from trees.
Please help us: Thousands of children and families are still in desperate need of the basics of shelter, food and clean water
Please help us: Thousands of children and families are still in desperate need of the basics of shelter, food and clean water''   
Please help us: Thousands of children and families are still in desperate need of the basics of shelter, food and clean water
Please help us: Thousands of children and families are still in desperate need of the basics of shelter, food and clean water''   

Charities are extremely concerned for the children in the typhoon-country, as they are particularly vulnerable
A woman and child get on board an air force rescue plane bound for Cebu Island at an airport in Tacloban City. Charities are extremely concerned for the children in the typhoon-country, as they are particularly vulnerable''
Dire need: Young girls cross a flooded school yard acting now as a makeshift shelter for dozens of families after the massive destruction left by Typhoon Haiyan
A woman and child get on board an air force rescue plane bound for Cebu Island at an airport in Tacloban City. Charities are extremely concerned for the children in the typhoon-country, as they are particularly vulnerable''
A father carries the lifeless body of his daughter on the way to the morgue after super typhoon Haiyan hit Tacloban City in Leyte province
A father carries the lifeless body of his daughter on the way to the morgue after super typhoon Haiyan hit Tacloban City in Leyte province''


Children wait for medical airlift in the devastated town of Guiuan, eastern Samar province
Children wait for medical airlift in the devastated town of Guiuan, eastern Samar province. Youngsters have been washed away in floods, crushed under falling buildings and injured by flying debris''
Desperate survivors of the devastating Philippines typhoon told how they had to steal from the dead to eat.
The Disasters Emergency Committee, made up of 14 UK charities, has made an emergency appeal for funds as fears continue that the death toll from the typhoon will rise and it is estimated that more than 10 million people will be left in need of aid.
The UK is deploying a Royal Navy warship and donating £10 million of humanitarian assistance in aid for the victims, Prime Minister David Cameron said.
Britain will also deploy RAF military transport aircraft to aid recovery efforts, earmarking at least one C-17 cargo plane to move humanitarian aid and large equipment.
David Cameron said: 'We've all seen the appalling devastation wrought by Typhoon Haiyan, with heart-breaking scenes played across our TV screens," Mr Cameron said.
'Today's Disasters Emergency Committee appeal launch is a vital step to ensure aid agencies can provide essential relief to those most affected by this unprecedented disaster.'
He added: 'I am proud that the British public have always shown an unfailing generosity for helping those in need and I know their response to this appeal will be no different.'
The Prime Minister is also sending a team of 12 British surgeon and paramedics.

Survivors cover their noses from the stench of bodies left on streets of typhoon-ravaged Tacloban city. Families all are in desperate need of food, water and shelter
Survivors cover their noses from the stench of bodies left on streets of typhoon-ravaged Tacloban city. Families all are in desperate need of food, water and shelter'

Safe delivery:
And the ANGEL KAZALIWA ''Safe delivery: Cheers broke out this morning when 21-year old Emily Ortega gave birth to a baby girl in the city of Tacloban. The expectant mother had to swim through floods''

Distressed: A distraught mother cuddles her sick baby aboard a military helicopter
Distressed: A distraught mother cuddles her sick baby aboard a military helicopter ''

YANI HUU NDIYO MWISHO WA DUNIA'' MUNGU WANGU TUSAMEHE KWANI TUMEKOSA BABA'' JAMANI ENJOY YOUR LIFE FANYENI YOTE LEO LEO ''USISUBIRIE KESHO MAANA HUWEZI KUJUA KILIO KITAGEUKIA KWA NANI AU NCHI GANI ''NA BASI TUUNGANE KWA PAMOJA KUWASAIDIA WENZETU WALOPONEA MAJANGA HAYA MAKUBWA NA YAKUSIKITISHA MNO''HATA POUND MOJA INATOSHA KABISA'' SOON NITAWAWEKEENI NAMBA ZA HAPA UK ''ILI MUWEZE KUSAIDIA KWA KUTOA KWA MOYO CHOCHOCTE ULICHONACHO'' BE BLESS AND THINK ABOUT HAWA WENZETU''
After
Cargo ships washed ashore four days after super typhoon Haiyan hit Anibong town. Dazed survivors begged for help and scavenged for food, water and medicine today''

The port and shanty housing in Tacloban city before Friday's catastrophic events. In the worst-hit areas, 235mph winds created 20ft waves that are thought to have killed between 10,000 and 20,000 and left 500,000 homeless
BEFORE: The port and shanty housing in Tacloban city before Friday's catastrophic events. In the worst-hit areas, 235mph winds created 20ft waves that are thought to have killed between 10,000 and 20,000 and left 500,000 homeless''

In need: Typhoon survivors take shelter from the rain as they queue up in the hopes of boarding an evacuation flight in Tacloban
In need: Typhoon survivors take shelter from the rain as they queue up in the hopes of boarding an evacuation flight in Tacloban''

Battle for survival: Survivors are desperately trying to find shelter and enough food and clean water in the devastated city of Tacloban
Battle for survival: Survivors are desperately trying to find shelter and enough food and clean water in the devastated city of Tacloban''
Wanting out: Thousands of typhoon survivors swarmed the airport on Tuesday seeking a flight out, but only a few hundred made it
Wanting out: Thousands of typhoon survivors swarmed the airport on Tuesday seeking a flight out, but only a few hundred made it''

Poignant: A young child dressed in a Christmas hat walks through the wreckage caused by the super typhoon
Poignant: A young child dressed in a Christmas hat walks through the wreckage caused by the super typhoon''

Meanwhile, Australia announced assistance of 10 million Australian dollars (£5.8 million) and the US government is organising emergency shipments of critically needed material and issuing an immediate 100,000 US dollars (£62,000) for relief efforts.
The United Nations today began an appeal for about £200million in aid to help people hit by the huge typhoon.
'We've just launched an action plan focusing on the areas of food, health, sanitation, shelter, debris removal and also protection of the most vulnerable with the government and I very much hope our donors will be generous,' humanitarian chief Valerie Amos told reporters in Manila
Japan said it will fly a relief team over to the ravaged country and Taiwan is sending 200,000 US dollars (£125,000) in aid.
DEC chief Salah Saeed told BBC Breakfast: 'There is a staggering number of people who need our help at the moment.
'The priority at the moment is reaching those in remote areas. We are obviously seeing pictures of people who have already been reached and those images that are before us are really staggering.
Hungry: Typhoon victims queue for free rice at a businessman's warehouse in Tacloban, as aid agencies warned about food shortages in the city
Hungry: Typhoon victims queue for free rice at a businessman's warehouse in Tacloban, as aid agencies warned about food shortages in the city''

Makeshift: The dire shortage of shelter in Leyte province has left survivors forced to use the wreckage of houses
MWAONA HALI ILIVYO KWA WENZETU JAMANI '' 
Makeshift: The dire shortage of shelter in Leyte province has left survivors forced to use the wreckage of houses
Makeshift: The dire shortage of shelter in Leyte province has left survivors forced to use the wreckage of houses''
Alone: A young boy uses the remains of some parts of a house to shield him from the rain in Tacloban city
Alone: A young boy uses the remains of some parts of a house to shield him from the rain in Tacloban city''

Evacuation: An ill baby, hooked up to a drip, disembarks from a Philippine Air Force C-130 cargo plane at Villamor Airbase
Evacuation: An ill baby, attached to a drip, disembarks from a Philippine Air Force C-130 cargo plane at Villamor Airbase
'But we also have to think of those in remote islands, in remote villages, where we are unable to see what their conditions are.
'The priority, of course, is to reach those. The second is to make sure that we get food, water and shelter to them.
'It is a huge task but it is possible and we need help as soon as possible. We are urging people to log on to our website and help in any way that they can.'
The USS George Washington, which carries 5,000 sailors and more than 80 aircraft, has also been deployed by America to help distribute aid and evacuate injured survivors.
Handicap International said it was sending a team of emergency specialists to support the organisation's staff already working in the country. These specialists will help the most vulnerable individuals, such as people with disabilities, older people and children.
'The devastation is worse than in Bandah Aceh, Indonesia, following the 2004 tsunami,' Edith van Wijngaarden, the charity's programme director in the Philippines, said.

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