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Typhoon Haiyan Disaster . By Kaitlin and Irene. What was the scale and where did the typhoon happen. A scale of 4.8- magnitude Typhoon Haiyan was swept through the central Philippines ( Tocloban City) on Friday the 5th of November 2013. What were the impacts of the typhoon disaster?.

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typhoon haiyan disaster

Typhoon Haiyan Disaster

By Kaitlin and Irene

what was the scale and where did the typhoon happen
What was the scale and where did the typhoon happen

A scale of 4.8- magnitude Typhoon Haiyan was swept through the central Philippines (Tocloban City) on Friday the 5th of November 2013

what were the impacts of the typhoon disaster
What were the impacts of the typhoon disaster?

Some of the impacts included serious damage to homes and business's, deaths and serious injuries, water contamination, Without enough doctors and medicine most people are dying from diseases' and infection. As well as starvation and dehydration.

explain and evaluate the local and international community response
Explain and evaluate the local and international community response

The international and community response was really good, although some people believe that certain places didn’t donate enough like China because they gave the lowest amount even though they are a neighbouring country. But other countries are donating quite a bit such as money, food, medicine, and any other necessities like water cleaning tablets and utensils.

bibliography
Bibliography

abc.net.au – 13/11/13

www.nst.com.my – 8/11/13

www.charitynavigator.org 14/11/13

http://inhabitat.com/record-shattering-super-ty phoon-haiyan-slams-philippines/2013

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-24927349/2013

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/world/scale-of-disaster-stuns-overwhelms-typhoon-haiyan-relief-efforts/story-fni0xs61-1226757771195/2013

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