ANCHOR LEAD: Millions of people are still suffering in the Philippines in the aftermath of one of the worst storms on record. Brian Osuch has more on how you can help those who are most vulnerable. (:60)
SCRIPT: Newsbreak, I'm Brian Osuch. Typhoon Haiyan was the strongest typhoon ever to make landfall – directly affecting the lives of 11.3 million people. Of those, about 5 million are children. Now, with about 790,000 kids displaced, UNICEF's President and CEO, Caryl Stern says it's time to help.
CUT: (Stern) The children of the Philippines need water, they need sanitation, they need food, they need safety, they need tents, they need blankets and they need child protection.
SCRIPT: Stern says UNICEF will do whatever it takes to help these children like providing clean water and sanitation.
CUT: (Stern) In the aftermath of any disaster, children are the most vulnerable and UNICEF will make sure that they're protected.
SCRIPT: And there are many ways to help.
CUT: (Stern) To make a donation you can go to our website, UNICEFUSA.org. You can text a gift by texting the word "relief", R-E-L-I-E-F to 864-233. Or, you can call us at 1-800-FOR-KIDS, F-O-R-K-I-D-S.
SCRIPT: That's Newsbreak from UNICEF.
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