The death toll from typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines has risen to 2,275 on November 13, Xinhua News Agency has said.

Xinhua cited Eduardo del Rosario, executive director of the Philippines ’ National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council as saying there are 3,665 injured and 80 are still missing.

On November 12, Philippine President Benigno Aquino III said that the projected number of the dead from the typhoon is 2,000 to 2,500, lowering an earlier estimate by a local police official that the death toll may top 10,000 in Tacloban City alone.

The international community has continued providing assistance to the Philippines ’ Government and people to surmount the aftermath caused by one of the world’s strongest typhoons.

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations said on November 13 that it will offer its strongest support in the work of recovery in typhoon-ravaged Philippines .

“The Association will offer its strongest support in the work of recovery and in restoring hope and confidence to the people of our community who have experienced such terrible personal loss", said an ASEAN chairman statement on the impact of typhoon Haiyan on the Philippines .

Indonesia provides 2 million USD of relief aids consisting of 1 million USD channeled through bank and another 1 million formed in logistics and supplies, Xinhua said, citing spokesperson for Indonesia's Disaster Mitigation Agency Sutopo Purwo Nugroho Sby as its sources of information.

Malaysia 's government is sending 1 million USD to help with relief efforts, it said.

On November 12, Germany doubled its relief aid to 1 million EUR.

A 41-member rescue team from Belgium in conjunction with French aid workers came to the region hardest hit by the typhoon.

The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations on November 12 called for immediate intervention in the Philippines’ fisheries and agro-forestry sectors, which were severely devastated by the super typhoon.-VNA