With shelter funding shortfall, Haiyan survivors are building back worse

By Thin Lei Win | Tue, 14 Jan 2014 10:00 AM
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BANGKOK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In the two months since Typhoon Haiyan pounded the central Philippines, aid agencies have been stressing the need to build back better, but a massive funding shortfall has left survivors sifting through rubble for corrugated iron sheets and even nails - damaged materials that could leave them more vulnerable when the next storm strikes.

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