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Despite increasing humanitarian aid in typhoon-hit areas of the Philippines, MSF is still finding villages and towns that have not yet received any aid.

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MSF has opened an inflatable hospital in Tacloban, one of the cities hit hardest by Typhoon Haiyan.

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MSF has established a maternity and labor room to serve the population of Guiuan, a town on Samar Island that was devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.

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MSF teams are treating patients in the areas of the central Philippines that were battered by Typhoon Haiyan and are continuing to work elsewhere to overcome the huge logistical impediments that the disaster left in its wake.

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In the storm-ravaged central Philippines, MSF teams are traveling by car, boat, plane, and helicopter to assess the damage in the area and the medical needs of the populations.

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MSF is sending dozens of staff and tons of supplies to the Philippines to provide emergency medical care to people in areas battered by Typhoon Haiyan and its aftermath.

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MSF has dispatched two teams to run mobile clinics after Typhoon Bopha devastated coastal parts of Mindanao Island in early December.

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Following the killings of 46 people on the island of Mindanao on Monday, November 23, MSF teams in the Philippines temporarily suspended their activities as the organization’s local contacts said the situation was currently too tense in the area to travel by road.

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Typhoon Mirinae hit the east coast of Quezon province in the Philippines on October 30, packing winds of 93 mph with gusts of up to 115 mph. Mirinae, also called Santi, brought heavy rain and floods to the area before weakening into a tropical storm and veering towards Vietnam. The Philippines has been hit hard this season, with Tropical Storm Ketsana and Typhoon Parma first causing havoc about a month ago.

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In Manila and in the North of the Philippines, MSF teams continue to assist the most vulnerable people affected by Tropical Storm Ketsana and Typhoon Parma, which struck the country on September 26 and October 3, affecting over 8.4 million and causing 849 deaths.

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