More than 430,000 people have been displaced and have sought shelter in temporary evacuation centres, many of which were also damaged by the typhoon. Disaster workers have estimated that some towns have suffered 80-90% damage. The UN has highlighted that some cities such as Baco was 80% under water. With local infrastructure completely destroyed, survivors have to now contend with finding fresh water and food. At present, it is difficult to bring help to the victims in the various areas due to absence of coordination with local officials who have become victims themselves. Many have lost everything including members of their families. Others have headed for airports in the hope of getting rations from military planes.