Philippines volcano: Evacuees concerned about long-term plans

Taal volcano alert level remains high as concerns grow about illnesses that may develop due to conditions in temporary shelters.

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    More than a week after the Taal volcano erupted in the Philippines, about 100,000 people remain in evacuation shelters.

    The Philippine government says funds are available for emergency needs. But there is a growing concern for the long-term rehabilitation of those forced to leave their homes.

    Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan reports from Batangas province.


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