One month after Haiyan: Clean-up and recovery
In the immediate aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, UNDP and its partners launched an early recovery programme, which began with emergency employment cash-for-work in debris and waste removal in the most affected areas.
One month after the storm, many of the main streets are cleared, which allows the relief to reach those who need it, and kick start the recovery and rebuilding process.
UNDP’s recovery programme will aim to help build back stronger, more resilient and prosperous communities able to withstand future super storms.
For more information, please contact:
In Manila: Stanislav Saling, Spokesperson a.i., UNDP Philippines, email@example.com, +63 917 597 4744, firstname.lastname@example.org, and +63 2 901 0238
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