The United Nations fears that rescue and assistance they have reached some islands of the Philippines affected by the great hurricane Chaigian .
The representative of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in the Philippines, Bernard Kermplat said that there are still problems of coordination and humanitarian access , as transmitting agency Reuters.
"Until today , personally I'm not so sure that we reach every part of the territory where people need help. And, in fact, would not surprise me , unfortunately, as if talking to you now, the 11th day of the disaster , there are still islands where there is still no picture of that size . "
The Orla Geigkan , spokesman for the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs UN refers to " organizational nightmare ."
"The size , the number of the population has suffered from this is huge, between 10 and 12.9 million people need aid. It's like trying to help the whole of Belgium , " he notes.
At the same time , the authorities of the country, U.S. military forces and international aid organizations are facing a growing humanitarian crisis, the number of displaced persons has reached four million , compared to 900,000 at the end of last week .