Via ReliefWeb, OCHA has published Philippines: Typhoon Haiyan Situation Report No. 25 (as of 20 December 2013). Click through to download the full report. The highlights (as OCHA insists on calling them):
• Basic community services are being restored quickly in most areas but urgent needs remain in the provision of health, water and sanitation.
• The most vulnerable people, particularly in remote islands and areas, remain food-insecure and highly dependent on food assistance.
• Priorities in Eastern and Western Visayas are to find shelter solutions and prevent disease outbreaks while concurrently speeding up the pace of recovery to rebuild livelihoods.
• An inter-cluster working group is looking at cross-cutting issues surrounding short- to medium-term shelter solutions – including the urgency of processing fallen coconut trees to be used for shelter lumber.