REACH was deployed to the Philippines following four separate disasters starting in 2012. The first deployment followed the tropical storm Sendong, the second typhoon Bopha, the third Bohol earthquake and the fourth deployment typhoon Haiyan. Each deployment was conducted in support of response planning, coordination and monitoring of the humanitarian clusters active in the country, including the Shelter, Camp Coordination and Camp Management, and WASH Clusters.

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