11th April 2014
Since the initial disaster relief effort following the catastrophic Typhoon Haiyan, Samaritan’s Purse has remained on the ground in the Philippines serving survivors. Watch as Samaritan’s Purse continues to help the Filipino people rebuild their lives through feeding programmes, shelter, water filtration and more.
Watch the heart-wrenching story of one Filipino man’s struggle to survive during the catastrophic Typhoon Haiyan and find out what Samaritan’s Purse is doing for him and his family as they recover from the storm.
Meet Jun Relevo, a local Filipino man who is currently employed as a driver with Samaritan’s Purse as we continue to help support victims of Typhoon Haiyan. While Samaritan’s Purse provides initial relief after a disaster, in some cases we also create jobs for those needing a way to self-support their families.
How Samaritan’s Purse aims to help the people of the Philippines as they move from relief to recovery in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.
Chris Blackham visits one of four walter filtration systems donated by Samaritan’s Purse supporters in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.
Samaritan’s Purse UK Head of Programmes and Projects Chris Blackham visits the shelter programme that aims to provide shelters for 10,000 families.
Chris Blackham visits a Samaritan’s Purse food distribution in Tacloban.
Chris Blackham reports from New Life Baptist Church in Palo on Leyte Island in the Philippines.
A month after the deadly Typhoon Haiyan, Samaritan’s Purse continues providing medical support through the operation of a mobile field hospital in the town of Palo near Tacloban. Watch as our medical teams drive to outlying areas where people have had no access to medical care since the storm, serving them in Jesus’ Name.
As they transition into monsoon season, Haiyan survivors search through the rubble of their communities for any scraps that can shelter them from the rain. Samaritan’s Purse is rushing to their aid with durable tarps to provide shelter in the hardest hit areas.
Samaritan’s Purse has filled another 747 cargo jet with emergency supplies and a helicopter for the Philippines. Please continue to pray for our teams and for the people caught in this disaster.
Franklin Graham, President of Samaritan’s Purse, meets with the Mayor of Tolosa, Philippines and Pastor John Pagliawan. Samaritan’s Purse is partnering with churches to meet both spiritual and physical needs and show the love of Jesus to those who have been affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
Typhoon Haiyan contaminated thousands of wells in the Philippines. Now, as water-borne illness spreads, watch how Samaritan’s Purse is rushing to bring clean water to the typhoon-ravaged land.
As Samaritan’s Purse continues to distribute supplies to help Typhoon Hayian victims, the Filipino people are finding comfort in the hope and knowledge that God’s hand is on their shoulders.