Life-saving radio begins broadcasting in typhoon-hit Tacloban

Life-saving radio begins broadcasting in typhoon-hit Tacloban

Photo courtesy of First Response Radio

The first radio program to provide post-Haiyan disaster information gets started in Tacloban City, Philippines/ First Response Radio 2013

BANGKOK, 15 November 2013 (IRIN) – As distraught families in central and eastern Philippines struggle to access supplies in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, an emergency radio station broadcasting critical life-saving information has gone live in badly-affected Tacloban city.

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