Last weeks program on NOVA, it provided us a different perspective on how a typhoon is formed and why Haiyan became the perfect storm. This week our feature blog could not have been more fitting. We tried to answer the questions brought to us by an enquiring student. This email comes to us from a young student name Jesus Pacheco, of Catalonia, Spain. Here at AFTHV we always encourage our youths to be part of a very important discussions, not just knowing the event, but understanding the impact it has on the people affected by the typhoon and what we can learn from the calamity.
These were the four questions that were brought up;
1. What news were in the city when they heard there would be a strong typhoon?
The bigger cities had warnings to heed the upcoming storm. Weather reports from local radios and televisions provided informations and…
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