The Common Good
June 2014

PHOTOS: Rebuilding After Haiyan

by The Editors | June 2014

A slideshow of the rebuilding efforts in Tacloban City, Philippines, in the wake of Haiyan.

On Nov. 8, 2013, super-typhoon Haiyan—one of the strongest storms recorded in modern history—struck the Philippines, leaving a path of death and destruction. “In the Wake of Haiyan’s Wrath” (Sojourners, June 2014), by Karl M. Gaspar, describes the nation’s slow journey of healing after this climactic disaster.

View the photos below of the rebuilding efforts in Tacloban City—ground zero of Haiyan.

Photos courtesy of the Redemptorist Center for Social and Ecological Concern in the Philippines.

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