Immerse yourself in the stories of two courageous Filipino boys through rich multimedia and engaging discussion and writing prompts.
Want to help children in emergencies? Use this versatile Fundraising Poster to save and improve children's lives when an emergency strikes.
One year after Super Typhoon Haiyan, the Philippines is learning from the past in order to prepare for the future.
Through discussion, reading, and video, students will discover that climate change has a significant impact on real people's lives, especially those of children. Students will read about and discuss an extreme weather event partially resulting from climate change—2013's Super Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines and examine strategies of planning ahead for future disasters and "building back better" after a disaster to increase resiliency. Finally, students will consider disaster risk in their own community and create their own plans for addressing these risks using their school as an example.
Build up the analytical and critical thinking skills you and your students need to navigate and succeed in our ever-changing world through our Data Analysis Activity on climate change and its effect on weather-related events like Super Typhoon Haiyan.
This primer on the Philippines and Super Typhoon Haiyan grounds Educators on the foundational knowledge they will need to purposefully plan and effectively execute lessons that engage, inform, and resonate with their audiences.
Two months after the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan, schools officially reopened in the Philippines, a positive step towards recovery as families continue piecing their lives back together. © UNICEF video
Jericho, 12 years old, talks about how a child friendly space has helped him and other children cope with their trauma as survivors of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. © UNICEF video
Three displaced women in describe their struggles to rebuild a life for themselves -- and for their children -- after Typhoon Haiyan. © UNICEF video
Two orphaned child-headed families face many hardships, but UNICEF assisted water sources are making a big difference in the kids' lives.