It’s nearly a week since the Philippines were struck by a typhoon, the strongest this year.
At least 375 people lost their lives and hundreds of thousands have been left without shelter.
The Red Cross says there is “carnage” in many areas with no power, no communications and very little water.
One of the worst affected areas was the tourist island of Siargao.
Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Howard Johnson on the island.
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