We cannot deny the fact that Super Typhoon Haiyan or known in the Philippines as Super Typhoon Yolanda’s strength was out of this world. It left a mark as the world’s strongest typhoon ever recorded that left billions of properties destroyed and thousands of lives lost.
Philippines recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. After a year of devastation, how is the country doing now? How are the people coping with the changes and how are they moving on?
Disasters, may it be natural or man-made, these were never new to the Filipinos. But this typhoon was definitely unexpected.
Days after the typhoon Yolanda, many were weeping for they were left with almost nothing. Children were seen in the streets waiting for vehicles and rescues to come for food and water were very inefficient. Dead bodies where just lined up just at the sides of the streets waiting for someone to claim…
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