An aid worker from the West Midlands will spend her Christmas and New Year in the Philippines as the country tries to recover from last month's devastating typhoon.
Jane Beesley from Shrewsbury has been in the Philippines since Typhoon Haiyan struck and will be in the country over Christmas and New Year.
A Birmingham aid worker, who has been in the Philippines helping with the relief effort, believes there are still millions of people who need help.
Zaid Al-Rawni says the level of destruction left by Typhoon Haiyan was incredible.
An aid worker from Birmingham, who has only just returned home from the Philippines, says there is so much more work to do there.
Zaid Al-Rawni believes the next phase of the relief effort follwing Typhoon Haiyan will be crucial.
A month on from one of the strongest typhoons ever recorded hitting the Philippines, and an aid worker who flew out to help with the the initial emergency relief has returned home to Birmingham.
Zaid Al-Rawni captured some of the things he saw out there on camera, and says there is so much more to do to help the relief effort. He intends to return to the Far East again in the next few weeks.
Experts from Loughborough University have been advising rescue workers in the Philippines about safe drinking water and sanitation.
More than 4000 people have now been confirmed dead after the country was hit by Typhoon Haiyan.
A flight loaded with more than 95 tonnes of UK aid is getting ready to leave East Midlands Airport for the Philippines this evening, Justine Greening, the International Development Secretary, has praised the 'huge generosity' of the British people.
Ministers have chartered a flight to take supplies including fork lift trucks, fuel tanks and a Land Rover defender to the country, where 3,600 people have died and more than 500,000 have been left homeless after Typhoon Haiyan.
As a flight loaded with more than 95 tonnes of UK aid prepares to leave East Midlands Airport for the Philippines later today, International Development Secretary Justine Greening hailed the "huge generosity" of the British people.
HMS Daring, which landed in the typhoon-ravaged country this morning, will now be used to load, transport and distribute 500 shelter kits onto previously-identified islands along with 10 tonnes of high-energy biscuits.
Staffordshire digger maker JCB has said it is donating more than £300,000 worth of machines and generators to help people affected by the Filipino typhoon disaster.
The company is sending a fleet of three loaders to aid the clear-up operations following Typhoon Haiyan.
In addition, more than 120 JCB electrical generators are being provided through the company's Filipino dealer Camec.
A man from Derbyshire who now lives in the Philippines has spoken of the moment his house nearly collapsed on him and his family.
David Rose moved to Bogo city three years ago described how on the night of the storm he, his wife and two daughters watched their house disintegrated around them.
They're now living in one room of a neighbour's house.
It has been four days since Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, and families in the Midlands are still waiting to hear if their loved ones are safe.
Hundreds of thousands of people have been left homeless since the storm - and aid workers from the region are now being mobilised to go and help.
Zaid Al-Rawni is due to land in the Philippines today.