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Philippines Typhoon: Ways to help those affected by the disaster

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The devastation in aftermath of this gargantuan storm looks terrible and the risks to the people grow by the hour. Water-borne diseases like typhoid, cholera and many other life-threatening illnesses could run rampant unless help is received fast.

No clean water, no food, no medicine, no power, and seemingly scant aid from around the world.

If you would like to help here are some ways. Feel free to add to this list of effective relief agencies.