Philippines looks to long-term typhoon issues

Aid groups direct efforts towards finding permanent solutions for people who need food, shelter and medical care.

    It has been over two weeks since Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Philippines.

    Aid groups there are now turning their efforts towards finding long-term solutions for people who need food, shelter and medical care.

    But at the same time, they remain in crisis mode, working in difficult and challenging conditions.

    Al Jazeera’s Paul Beban reports from Tacloban.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


    YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

    Holding onto Hoxha: Guarding the last statue of communist Albania

    Holding onto Hoxha: Guarding the last statue of communist Albania

    In the basement of an old museum in a village in Albania, a 78-year-old woman protects the last remnant of a dictator.

    Still Here: A story of incarceration and gentrification in the US

    Still Here: A story of incarceration and gentrification in the US

    Many formerly imprisoned women of colour return to neighbourhoods transformed beyond recognition. What awaits them?

    The 'risky business' of tracking Rwandan fugitive Felicien Kabuga

    The 'risky business' of tracking Rwandan fugitive Felicien Kabuga

    The former chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda discusses the hunt for genocide suspects.