It's been a week since one of the most powerful storms ever recorded tore through the Philippines. Typhoon Haiyan flattened cities there, leaving at least 3,600 dead and more than half a million people homeless.
We're hearing news today that aid groups who have made it to the hardest hit areas are running out of medicine. Food and clean water is still in short supply in many places as relief agencies struggle to get supplies to dozens of different islands where roads are blocked or destroyed.
MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with a Minnesotan who is part of that relief effort on the ground in the Philippines. Graham Eastmond is with the American Refugee Committee, which is based in Minneapolis.