A woman hurries along a rain-soaked street in Isabela province after Typhoon Koppu made landfall in the Philippines.

Typhoon Koppu hit Luzon, the northernmost and most populous of the Philippine islands, early Sunday morning, Oct. 18, 2015. The slow-moving storm stalled for days, bringing heavy rains and flashfloods.

World Vision mobilized its national disaster management team to assess damage and provide for urgent needs of people in World Vision-assisted areas affected by the storm. More than 4,600 children participate in World Vision programs in Isabela and Pangasinan in north Luzon.

Please pray for these children, their families, and others whose lives have been disrupted by the storm.


Photo©2015 World Vision, Joy Maluyo

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