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TACLOBAN, PHILIPPINES (CNN) — When Typhoon Haiyan ravaged the Philippines seven months ago, thousands of people were killed, millions were displaced, and many survivors had their lives changed forever.
While there’s been progress, the rebuilding has been slow.
It’s all Juvilyn Tanega has now. Pictures of her family stored on a mobile phone.
Her six children, husband, and mother all died when one of the most powerful storms ever recorded smashed into the Philippines.
Now she lives alone in a sweltering tent without electricity.
Just a few meters from where she last saw her family.
Would she like to leave?
“Yes. There are only bad memories here for me,” Tanega said.
But six months after Typhoon Haiyan, leaving is still not an option.
The U.N. estimates more than 100,000 people here in the storm zone still live in tents, waiting for better housing.
Tens of thousands more…