Slideshow - Tacloban one year after Typhoon Haiyan

  • Wreckage frames a still debris-littered bay

    Ana P. Santos/IRIN
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  • A woman prepares to begin her day of rebuilding.

    Jason Gutierez/IRIN
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  • Still displaced, a man watches over his grandchild.

    Jason Gutierez/IRIN
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  • Some 25,000 are still displaced.

    Jason Gutierez/IRIN
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  • A boy feeds his siblings at daybreak.

    Jason Gutierez/IRIN
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  • Crosses have become markers for the dead at a mass grave in Basper.

    Jason Gutierez/IRIN
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  • A roadside memorial to the dead, a year after Haiyan.

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Tacloban one year after Typhoon Haiyan

Nov 2014 - IRIN visited the city of Tacloban and its environs in central-eastern Philippines, the epicentre of a typhoon that swept through the country on 8 November 2013, killing over 6,000 people. Some 25,000 people are still living in tents and bunk houses. As survivors come to terms with the loss of their loved ones, some have encountered bureaucratic and even political obstacles to rebuilding their lives.
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