Six days into the Typhoon Haiyan disaster, there are some signs of progress in the Philippines. Aid flights are landing in hard hit Tacloban, and supplies are beginning to reach desperate survivors. Bodies, which were left in the streets for days, are finally being collected. Paula Hancocks takes a look at the progress being made, and how much more needs to be done.
Anderson spoke with Brigadier General Paul Kennedy who is leading the American relief mission in Tacloban.