Typhoon Mangkhut (known locally as Ompong), one of the strongest storms of 2018, made landfall in the Philippines early on Saturday 15 September devastating Northern Luzon. The typhoon claimed dozens of lives and destroyed farmlands, seriously affecting people’s livelihoods.
World Vision has begun distributing emergency relief to hundreds of people affected by devastating Typhoon Mangkhut in the Philippines.
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Typhoon Mangkhut has devastated the region of Luzon. We are there assessing the situation and our local staff are using all the resources at their disposal to help children and families. But we urgently need your support.
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