Anderson Cooper on Yolanda’s aftermath, “Miserable situations and Relief Operations Failing”

We have seen the aftermath of super typhoon “Yolanda” (Haiyan) and it is more than heartbreaking. However, we are grateful that a lot of aid and assistance from other countries is pouring in, as well as from our fellow Filipinos.

Everyone is concerned about the families and individuals that were affected by the typhoon that even CNN’s well-known anchor, Anderson Cooper, his crew and other CNN reporters flew their way to Tacloban to cover the aftermath of Yolanda.

Anderson is reporting via his twitter account (@AC360) their observations on the current situation in Tacloban and his feed reflects how miserable the situation is and on how our government’s relief operations are failing terribly.

Here are some of his tweets:

If this is the case, what is our government doing about it? What is your take on this?

 

See for yourself, here is Anderson Cooper’s report on CNN:

Let us still continue helping our devastated kababayans. Check out how you can help HERE.

 

Anderson Cooper on Yolanda’s aftermath, “Miserable situations and Relief Operations Failing”

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