Philippines Typhoon: WFP High Energy Biscuits Keep Survivors Going
WFP High Energy Biscuits are being distributed daily to people hit by Typhoon Haiyan in the city of Tacloban and in surrounding communities. In the early days of the emergency response, the biscuits are a good form of food aid because they are light, easy to transport and require no cooking. At a time when energy levels are low, they help keep spirits up. To support WFP's emergency operation with a donation, go to wfp.org/typhoon.
20 December 2012 Philippines Typhoon: Food Aid Helps Wrecked Village Start Again