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Haiyan survivors worry about resettlement sites, homes, jobs

By Thin Lei Win | Wed, 22 Jan 2014 16:04 PM
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TACLOBAN, Philippines (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Immediately after  super typhoon Haiyan struck the central Philippines, Marilyn Ocena gathered her family of 11 and left Tacloban.

Traumatised by the typhoon, they wanted to get as far from the sea as possible, and walked for almost a day to reach a town further north. 

Now the 47-year-old wonders whether it would have been better ...

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