Filipinos take more risks after Haiyan

Thousands of fishing men and women say they have no other choice but to head further out to sea a year after Haiyan.

    It has been one year since Typhoon Haiyan devastated parts of the Philippines, killing thousands and forcing many to live in shelters.

    Before Haiyan, hundreds of fishermen made their livelihood from the bay of Leyte.

    Now, it has become a dangerous ground.

    Al Jazeera's Marga Ortigas reports from Tacloban, which was one of the worst hit.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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