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It's now just over two weeks since Typhoon Haiyan battered the Philippines, leaving over 5,000 dead and millions homeless.
The United Nations believes that over 13 million people have been affected by one of the most ferocious storms on record, and the call for international aid continues.
Donations to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) Philippines Typhoon Appeal have topped £60m since the launch two weeks ago, with £1,149,000 raised in Wales.
Over 13 million people have been affected by the devastating typhoon.
A woman from Anglesey has flown out to the Philippines in search for relatives in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. An ITV Cymru Wales team has been with Tania Owen on her journey to the devastated city of Tacloban.
The Disasters Emergency Committee says more than £821,000 has been raised in Wales during the past week for its appeal following the devastating typhoon in the Philippines.
Neil Walton, from Bridgend, is headteacher of Cebu International School in the Philippines. He has sent this video as he travels north of Cebu City distributing aid parcels to those in the worst affected areas after Typhoon Haiyan swept across the country.
The headteacher of Cebu International School in the Philippines, originally from Bridgend, is coordinating his own typhoon relief effort. Pupils at the school have been busy packing aid parcels to be sent north of Cebu City to those who've yet to receive aid after typhoon Haiyan hit.
Neil Walton from Bridgend has sent these photos showing the devastation inflicted by typhoon Haiyan on Cebu in the Philippines. He is coordinating a relief effort from Cebu International School, of which he is headteacher. He is travelling north of Cebu City distributing aid parcels.
A teacher from Bridgend has joined efforts in the Philippines to get more aid to some of the most badly-affected communities in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan.
Neil Walton is headteacher of an international school at Cebu - one of the many places to have been devastated by the storm.