Tacloban: An Exit Essay

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It is now March 2014 and it has been four months since Tacloban and the Philippines as a whole was struck by the strongest Typhoon of the 21st century, Typhoon Yolanda or Haiyan as it was internationally named. Many rescue operations have taken place, rehabilitation centers were put up, medical missions were conducted, and disaster and devastation relief programs have been put into action. Tacloban is now on the road to recovery and has since then made great strides toward an economically beneficial pedestal. Many celebrities including those from foreign countries have gone to Tacloban to help out and to show their support, Church officials performed burial rights for the poor souls of those unfortunate enough to have their lives claimed by this disaster, and government officials are more prominent when it comes to plans of action and execution.

 

Hotels and resorts are now being drafted while the clean…

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