In response to the massive flooding in the Philippines caused by Typhoon Ketsana, Direct Relief International has made available its more than $60 million in medical material inventory and $50,000 in emergency funds to provide aid for the 450,000 people affected. According to reports, the main health issues facing the affected population include lack of potable water and water-borne illnesses.


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