Typhoon Haiyan: One Year Later
RL revisits the housing situation in Tacloban and nearby towns a year after
On November 8, 2013, super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) damaged about 54,231 homes in Tacloban City, displacing thousands of families, and killing many people in its wake. In this month’s issue of Real Living, writer and architect Amillah Rodil revisits the housing situation in Tacloban and nearby towns a year after.
Here, we give you tips on how to typhoon-proof your home, and on how to make a difference when it comes to climate change and disaster control.
*Photos courtesy of Habitat for Humanity Philippines.
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