It is estimated that Typhoon Haiyan has affected up to 13 million people, over 5 million of whom are believed to be children.

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10 month old Kadia is treated for severe malnutrition in Mali in March 2012 Credit: © UNICEF/MLIA2012-00018/HARANDANE DICKO £22 could treat a severely malnourished child with ready to use therapeutic food for a week in an emergency.
2 year old Amina washes her hands in a camp for Syrian refugees in Iraq Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-0879/Abdulmunem £50 could buy water kits to give 5 families access to safe water in an emergency.
Fourth-year student Ali Abdoulaye Cissé (12) at the ‘Bahadou 2’ school in Timbuctu. Ali holds up his blackboard on which he wrote: “I work well in class and like my teacher; I don’t talk during class and don’t like lazy students”. Credit: © UNICEF/PFPG2013P-0028/Dicko £70 could buy exercise books for 200 children and pencils for a whole school. In emergencies temporary schools can provide a safe haven for children.
Ghazele is a 10 year old refeguee living in Lebanon. She fled with her mother, father, sister and two brothers from the fighting in Syria. Ghazele dreams of becoming a teacher one day. Credit: © UNICEF/UKLA2013-01529/Pigott

Help us be there for children in the Philippines

When an emergency happens, it's a race against the clock to reach the children who need our help. Sadly in conflicts and emergencies like typhoons, it's children who are amongst the most vulnerable, so it's important we get there fast.

Your donation today could help us give life-saving support to a child affected by typhoon Haiyan, or provide support in their community during the aftermath.

Please donate today and help us be there for children in need.

Your gift will support children affected by Philippines typhoon Haiyan. If the funds raised exceed UNICEF's funding requirements for this appeal, the money will go to UNICEF UK's Children's Emergency Fund.