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Aid has been flooding in from across the world for the relief effort in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan, whether it be from governments, celebrities, or ordinary people trying to make a difference.
Now that aid money is making it's way in to the country the new issue is deciding where it is needed most.
Max Foster speaks to the International Rescue Committee's David Miliband about prioritizing aid needs in the Philippines as well as the problems refugees face in Lebanon.
Those who survived the devastating impact of Typhoon Haiyan may not be out of harm's way yet as it has been predicted a second round of deaths might be imminent.
The storm isn't returning, this new threat is an impending health crisis due to a lack of clean food and water as well as a breakdown in ordinary sanitation.
Max Foster speaks to Dr. Natasha Reyes, who is concerned that disease in the Philippines may become out of control.
Although it is not yet known whether there is a connection between climate change and typhoon Haiyan officials from the Philippines have asked for measures to be taken at the recent UN Climate Conference.
Ralitsa Vassileva reports on the Philippines delegate's appeal for action during a climate conference in Warsaw.
During an impassioned speech at the UN climate change talks in Warsaw the Philippine commissioner broke down in to tears as he discussed how global warming is destroying his country and was met with a standing ovation by other delegates.
Max Foster speaks with the Philippines Climate Change Commissioner who made that speech, Naderev Sano, about how global warming and Typhoon Haiyan may be connected.
Max Foster speaks to a representative from U.K. organisation 'ShelterBox' about what goes into their "storm shelter in a box."
He shows us what goes inside the ShelterBoxes and how they decide what objects are put inside the boxes that give people help and hope when they need it most.