This page puts together Rappler's coverage of the impact of one of the world’s strongest tropical cyclones in recent times. Super Typhoon Yolanda (international codename: Haiyan) barreled through the Visayas and some surrounding provinces on November 8, 2013. The stories, images, and other multimedia materials here capture the trail of devastation that Yolanda left in its wake, as well as the response by government, the private sector, civil society, and international and local humanitarian organizations. Most importantly, they celebrate the resilience, faith, and determination of the ordinary Filipino. If you have stories, photos, and videos showing Yolanda's impact, you may send them to Rappler’s citizen engagement arm via Twitter, Facebook, or email.

Super Typhoon Yolanda survivors look back 4 years later

On the 4th anniversary of Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), survivors remember what they went through and how it changed them

This is Tacloban two years after Yolanda, and the story of two brothers, Edgardo II and ...

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The Edgardos

Vice President Jejomar Binay visits typhoon-hit Leyte to campaign and to check on the ...

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VLOG: Binay, opposition lead Typhoon Yolanda commemoration

One of the ships that ran aground in Tacloban now serves as a memorial for those who died ...

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After Haiyan: The ship that stayed

Social Watch Philippines says that while Leyte had the most number of Yolanda-damaged ...

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'Mismatch' in Yolanda resettlement fund estimates – watchdog

Local researchers find that survivors from northern Iloilo are now in positive ...

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Yolanda survivors in Iloilo show posttraumatic growth – study

'A year after Typhoon Yolanda, there are still places in Western Visayas which have ...

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Waves for water for northern Iloilo’s Yolanda survivors

Watch the story of a dive guide from Malapascua and his life after Haiyan

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After the storm: A shark's tail

One hundred out-of-school youths receive training on bread and pastry making, carpentry, ...

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Capiz young people bounce back after Yolanda

Unicef says 66 children lost one or both parents in the disaster – and they’re still ...

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IN PHOTOS: Alone #AfterYolanda

The lack of 'structural change' puts Yolanda (Haiyan) survivors at risk, an expert says, ...

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Yolanda a year after: Old problems, new dangers

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