Typhoon Haiyan killed 6,300 people and left more than four million people homeless across the Philippines when it struck in November 2013.
The strongest typhoon ever to make landfall, it damaged more than one million houses and affected 16 million people. In the aftermath of the disaster, the Red Cross gave out emergency supplies and helped people find missing loved ones.
Now the focus is on recovery – building or repairing houses, giving people access to health services again and restoring livelihoods.
Thanks to donations from our supporters, the British Red Cross is supporting the three-year recovery programme.