Typhoon Mawar | fema.gov

Affected areas

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Fact sheets and news

FEMA is on the ground in areas affected by Typhoon Marwar to help communities begin recovery. We are assisting with immediate needs and supplies in coordination with territorial and federal partners.

Resources for affected areas

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Northern Mariana Islands


How to help

Cash is the best donation. After a disaster, people want to help, but it’s important to donate responsibly. When people support voluntary organizations with financial contributions, they help ensure a steady flow of important services to people in need after a disaster.

Identify what is needed. Before donating supplies, connect with organizations working in the affected area to find out how many supplies are needed and when. Used clothing is never needed in a disaster area. Unwanted donations can overwhelm charities on the ground because they must be received and sorted.

Reunion of family and friends. Communications and electrical systems are actively being repaired and stabilized. If you need help locating a missing friend or relative, call the Red Cross at 800-733-2767 and provide as much detail as you can to potentially help locate your missing loved one.

Post-Storm Safety Tips

Safety is the number one priority after any storm. Be careful in areas with damage, flooding, and power outages.

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Volunteering and Donation

There are many ways to help, such as donating cash, needed items, or your time. Learn more about how to help those in need.

Frequent questions

Get answers to frequently asked questions about emergency shelters, disaster assistance, flood insurance, and more.

flood insurance

If you have flood insurance from FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program and experienced flooding during Typhoon Mawar, visit FloodSmart.gov for more information on filing your flood insurance claim.

Store your family treasures

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FEMA Mobile App

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