Justin Bieber visits typhoon victims in the Philippines

Justin Bieber recently visited the cities affected by the typhoon in the Philippines Haiyan, in which about 6,000 people died and 1,700 disappeared.

The singer has distributed shirts, basketballs and toys for hundreds of children who are sheltered in a school in Tacloban, and have done a little show.

"It was as if we had not been affected by the typhoon. Yolanda As had never come," said a girl who witnessed the performance of the star. "Yolanda" is the name given to the local Typhoon Haiyan.

Angela Kearney, UNICEF spokesperson praised the attitude of the Canadians, who flew from Australia to the Philippines. "He played a beautiful set," Kearney said, "He sang several Christmas songs and some hits like ' Baby '. Justin brought much joy, hope and excitement for the kids. "

Bieber has launched an internet campaign “Prizeo” , where fans can donate an amount to help the Philippines, contributing then to spend an afternoon in the studio with the singer. So far, the Beliebers raised over seven hundred thousand dollars, which will be used for education, immunization, nutrition and clean water to the victims.

Check out the videos that the singer posted on his Instagram during his visit: