It's been over six weeks since Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the central and southern parts of The Philippines
It was the most powerful storms ever recorded to strike land, and it displaced more than four million people, many of whom are still in need of significant aid.
Today, we check in with one of the people who's helping out. Paolo Montenegro is a Neuro Trauma ICU nurse at UCLA. But for the past week, he's been traveling around various Filipino neighborhoods known as "Baranguys" on the central island of Visayas, providing care to those who need it.
Montenegro joins the show to talk about his experience and how the relief effort is progressing.