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Six months after the devastion of Typhoon Haiyan, we look at the emergency and reconstruction work that has been undertaken by Trócaire partners on the ground. Your support has reached over 300,000 survivors of Typhoon Haiyan over the past 6 months.
Top: A child in his new home on Leyte Island constructed by Trócaire partner CRS . “Salamat Po” means “thank you very much.” Bottom: Construction on a CRS-designed home.
Leslie Montanejos and her husband’s home on Leyte Island was destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan. The family have just moved into their new shelter, built by Trócaire partner, CRS. She’s pictured here with her children Sofia Anne Marie, 4, and Anthony Jr., 2. Her third child is due in 3 weeks, and she’s relieved to have a safe and clean home for her new baby.
Trócaire partner, Sisters of Mercy, prepared and distributed emergency food packs of dried food and rice in the aftermath of the Typhoon.
Emergency tent shelters and sleeping mats were distributed by Trócaire partner, Sisters of Mercy, in the aftermath of the Typhoon.
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