The typhoon that hit the Phillipines earlier this month killed more than five thousand people and left hundreds of thousands homeless.
The task now is to rebuild the country - Kevin Ashford reports on a contribution from a Welsh company that will help save lives in the weeks to come.
A woman from Pembrokeshire, living in the Philippines, has organised a trip to take aid to a remote island devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.
Sally Snow has been joined on the journey by a team from ITV Cymru Wales. It was the first time proper aid had managed to reach the island. The United Nations believes that over 13 million people have been affected.
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.
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.
As the people of the Philippines continue to struggle with the devastation caused by one of the most powerful storms ever recorded, the Filipino community in Wales has desperately been waiting for news of family and friends caught up in the disaster.
The latest figures reveal the shocking scale of the crisis. Twelve thousand people are now feared dead, 800,000 people need the most basic of supplies such as water and shelter, and some 4.3 million people were in the path of the typhoon - that's one and half times the entire population of Wales.
ITV News has been speaking to the Filipino community here about how they are trying to support loved ones on the other side of the world.