A month since a powerful storm devastated the Philippines, four million people remain homeless and many in remote places are still to get official aid.
Typhoon Haiyan, one of the most powerful storms ever to make landfall, killed almost 6000 people and devastated hundreds of towns and cities when it hit the Philippines on 8 November.
Aid agency Oxfam says one of its priorities now is to get rice seeds to farmers so they can plant in time for the harvest in March.
The agency has identified 10,000 farmers who need seeds and many will also need their fields cleared before planting.
Spokesperson Ian Bray said planting needs to be done this month, otherwise farmers would have to wait until June next year. He said the Philippines will need years of support to recover from the devastating typhoon.