In 2013, one of the most intense typhoons hit Tacloban in the Philippines. Again, we’re seeing a destructive typhoon that hit one of the many islands that make up the Philippines. The typhoon left 1,774 dead, and people struggled to bury those who perished, as well as get important supplies like water, food, and medicine imported. During the typhoon, survivor Roselda Sumapit said, “right now, we don’t have enough water. What they can get may not be clean, but we still drink it, because we need to survive.” The storm ended up injuring 2,487 people and displacing 600,000 people from their homes. Even though they recorded 1,774 deaths, the government believed there may have been up to 10,000 dead (CNN).