Presentation on theme: "Protecting children in emergencies Helping children affected by Typhoon Haiyan."— Presentation transcript:
Protecting children in emergencies Helping children affected by Typhoon Haiyan
Have you ever been in a storm? How did you feel? Brave Happy Sad Nervous Safe Scared
Where are the Philippines?
What is a typhoon? A typhoon is a very serious storm. It brings very strong winds and heavy rainfall. The winds often blow the sea onto the land. This can wash away houses and cars. Typhoons cause a lot of damage. People are often injured and killed by the effects of typhoons.
This is what a typhoon looks like from space…
…and this is what it was like on the ground
What would you take with you?
This is Cherlyn
The damage caused by the typhoon
How did UNICEF help? Provided life-saving food, medicine and clean water Helped children find their parents Vaccinated children against disease
On behalf of Cherlyn and children caught in emergencies around the world, thank you for your support!
Thank you for taking part in Day for Change and helping UNICEF keep children in emergencies safe.