Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Bantuan menuangkan ke FILIPINA tetapi Kampung-kampung terpencil masih belum mencapainya . . .



Alifhafisin - Mangsa super taufan Haiyan sedang dipindahkan dari kawasan yang musnah sebagai bantuan mula tuangkan ke Filipina. Dianggarkan 10,000 orang dianggap telah mati pada ribut yang mengoyakkan melalui kawasan pusat negara pulau itu - tetapi pekerja penye-lamat bergelut untuk mencapai perkampungan pantai jauh.

Bandar Tacloban nampaknya telah dilahirkan beban angin 300 kilometer sejam dan ribut besar mendadak - sehingga 80 peratus daripada segala-galanya dalam laluan Haiyan telah dimusnahkan. Beribu-ribu telah dipindahkan dan berjuta-juta terjejas oleh salah satu daripada ribut yang paling teruk di DUNIA. Dengan tidak ada air, makanan, ubat-ubatan atau perlindungan keperluan terdesak.

Semua orang dari yang lama kepada yang muda kini bergelut untuk terus hidup. Tetapi bantuan mula tiba dari tindak balas antarabangsa yang cepat bersiap ke dalam tindakan. Penghantaran selimut dan alas adalah antara keperluan pertama yang dihantar dari Malaysia dan Jerman.

Aid pours into the Philippines but remote villages 
are yet to be reached . . .

Survivors of super typhoon Haiyan are being evacuated from devastated areas as aid begins to pour into the Philippines. An estimated 10,000 people are thought to have died in the storm which tore through the island nation's central region - but rescue workers are struggling to reach remote coastal villages.

The city of Tacloban appears to have born the brunt of the 300 kph winds and massive storm surges - up to 80 percent of everything in Haiyan's path was destroyed. Thousands have been displaced and millions affected by one of the world's worst storms. With no water, food, medicines or shelter the need is desperate.

Everyone from the old to the very young is now struggling to survive. But aid is beginning to arrive from an international response which is quickly gearing into action. Shipments of blankets and tarpaulins are among the first necessities being sent from Malaysia and Germany.


Filipina perjuangan untuk menghantar bantuan 
selepas Typhoon Haiyan . . .

Alifhafisin - Pihak berkuasa di Filipina telah memulakan usaha besar-besaran untuk me-ngedarkan bantuan kepada mangsa taufan super Haiyan . Adalah dipercayai salah satu daripada ribut yang paling kuat yang pernah direkodkan telah membunuh sekurang-kurangnya 10,000 orang dalam satu bandar sahaja.

Tacloban , sebuah bandar pantai tenggara Manila, menanggung beban dengan kampung-kampung sejauh satu kilometer dari pantai banjir. Kebanyakan kematian kelihatan telah disebabkan oleh air laut bergelombang berselerak dengan serpihan yang banyak berkata menyerupai tsunami.

"Orang ramai berjalan seperti zombi mencari makanan," kata Jenny Chu, seorang pelajar perubatan di wilayah Leyte. "Ia seperti filem. " Skala kemusnahan dahsyat taufan itu kini mula muncul. Kuat, angin berterusan melebihi 300 kilometer sejam, meratakan pekan keseluruhan.

Agensi-agensi bantuan antarabangsa mengatakan mereka menghulurkan kepada had dan telah dipanggil untuk makanan, air, ubat-ubatan dan alas bagi yang tiada tempat tinggal. Pelbagai negara dan Kesatuan Eropah menghantar peralatan pakar dan pekerja penye-lamat untuk membantu usaha bantuan dan mencari beribu-ribu orang hilang.

Philippines struggles to deliver aid after Typhoon Haiyan

Authorities in the Philippines have begun a massive effort to distribute aid to survivors of super typhoon Haiyan. It is believed one of the most powerful storms ever recorded has killed at least 10,000 people in one city alone.

Tacloban, a coastal city southeast of Manila, bore the brunt with villages as far as one kilometre from the shore flooded. Most of the deaths appear to have been caused by surging sea water strewn with debris that many said resembled a tsunami.

"People are walking like zombies looking for food," said Jenny Chu, a medical student in Leyte province. "It's like a movie." The scale of the typhoon's apocalyptic destruction is now starting to emerge. Strong, sustained winds exceeded 300 kilometres per hour, levelling entire towns.

International aid agencies say they are stretched to the limit and have called for food, water, medicines and tarpaulins for the homeless. A host of countries and the European Union are sending specialist equipment and rescue workers to help the relief effort and search for thousands of missing people.



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