"Everywhere I turn, young children are selling various plates of food items perfectly poised on their head. They look at us with a hopeful gaze to purchase a piece of bread," says Mike McCusker, Save the Children Programme Officer.
One month after Typhoon Haiyan, the signs of devastation and destruction are still visible in the Philippines. And with more than 4 million people homeless and living in cramped environments, the risk of disease spreading is very real.
Medical supplies have run out and hospitals have been destroyed. To ensure people can get the essential health services they need, we have 9 mobile health clinics going out to communities across the Philippines.