Resilience amidst natural and man-made disasters in the Philippines

"During Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), we were told to evacuate, so we moved to my in-law's house up the hill. When it was over, we came back and our house was gone, completely washed away. The same thing with the crops – the bananas, cassava and sweet potatoes – we rely on these for food and they were all gone," recounted Leonila Garen, 30, a resident of Mabini village in Basey, Samar province, Philippines.

Autors: Latvijas Platforma attīstības sadarbībai
Datums: 2016-02-12 11:15:38
Kategorija: Kopienu attīstība