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02-11-2015 | Latest News , Asia & Pacific

Philippines, Santa Cruz - Island Samar

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Two years on from Typhoon Haiyan, the worst storm to make landfall, Red Cross and Red Crescent has helped tens of thousands of families rebuild their shattered lives with new homes and livelihoods, repairing health centres, schools and facilities, and training communities to prepare for future disasters. On the Island Samar The Red Cross has built new shelters and a health centre. The shelters were constructed to withstand heavy weather and the community was thought how to maintain the houses.

 

SHOT LIST

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Current new shelter from a far in Santa Cruz

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Boy carrying water bottles to his house

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Pan movement from a rice crop to the new shelters placed next to the rice field.

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Citizen leaving his flip flops before walking into his new shelter.

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Pan from roof construction inside the shelter to it’s occupant

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Home decoration in the new shelter

Two boys curiously hanging out the window of their new shelter

Total shot of a new shelter

Girl standing in front of her house smiling at the camera

Children playing on the road next to their homes.

Local Red Cross car moving from the headquarters to the nearby village

Red Cross headquarters building from a far

Red Cross poster giving info on typhoon prevention

Red Cross volunteer talking with a girl while sitting on the stairs of her house

Interview with Marife Canlas from the Philippine Red Cross

 


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