18 images Created 28 Apr 2014
Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines on 8 November 2013. It was the strongest recorded storm to ever hit land, with wind speeds of up to 200mph. Over 6,000 people were killed, and millions lost their homes. The city of Tacloban was all but destroyed. The UK provided urgent humanitarian support for up to 800,000 people. 10 days after the storm, aid was just starting to get through. All images in this series were produced for the Department for International Development and are available under a Creative Commons - Attribution license.