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First Damage Assessment Maps of the Philippines Released by the European Commission

November 26, 2013

First Damage Assessment Maps of the Philippines Released by the European Commission

ROME, Nov. 20, 2013—International NGOs and the UN will bring aid in the field using disaster maps issued by the the European Commission's Copernicus Emergency Management Service soon after Typhoon Haiyan violently struck the Philippines on the 8th of November. The first damage assessment maps show the most affected areas of Tacloban City. e-GEOS is the