November 12th, 2013
10:58 PM ET

Typhoon Haiyan: Children of the storm

With each passing day, the desperation is growing. The youngest survivors are among the most vulnerable. CNN's Paula Hancocks takes a look at how some of Tacloban's children are dealing with this crisis.

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  1. ldb

    Thanks Anderson for accurate reporting in the Philippines. It takes a strong reporter to be able to do what you do.
    My prayer goes to the victims and survivors of Haiyan. My God bless the soul of the dead victims and the survivors.
    The government needs to show how they take care of their citizens. Politics should be set aside and let us focus on the recoveries of all affected by Haiyan.

    November 14, 2013 at 8:33 pm |
  2. Darryl Wilson

    CNN reported that there are more than 70 children in Tacloban that are being housed in an orphanage run by the Streetlight Foundation and that they are about to run out of supplies. The orphanage would like to evacuate the children. The Kalipay Negrense Foundation has offered to open their orphanage in Negros Occidental to the Tacloban children but they cannot make contact with the director of the Streetlight Foundation. Can anyone at CNN assist in helping these foundations make contact so that we can get the children out of there safely?

    November 14, 2013 at 8:24 am |
  3. Abhinav Vats

    Where are the helicopters, the food? Such things should have been kept ready before the storm. Sending them after the storm slows down the process. There could be alive people soon dying of hunger!
    Countries of the world, help! Should have kept everything ready to send immediately.

    November 13, 2013 at 5:13 pm |

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