Philippines — Typhoon Haiyan Displacement Report (31 March 2014)

31 Mar 2014 Philippines Round 5 Download

Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines on 8 November 2013. It was one of the most powerful typhoons to ever make landfall. In the reporting period DTM recorded the presence of 23,765 displaced individuals (5,295 families) and 62 displacement sites (5 evacuation centers, 14 tent cities, one spontaneous site and 42 transitional sites). The Cebu Hub tent city was closed with the airlifting of most of the IDPs to Tacloban City with the assistance of various partners. Air transportation was provided by the Philippine Airforce with C-130 planes bringing IDPs and their things to Tacloban City. From having 36 % of all the families in all the displacement sites in the February 17, 2014 DTM, Evacuation Centers now have only 8% of all the families in this issue of the DTM. From having 29% of all the families in all the displacement sites in 7 February 2014 DTM , Transitory Sites now have only 64 % of all the families in all the displacement sites in this issue of the DTM.

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