Technology proves its worth in Haiyan response

Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation - Tue, 11 Feb 2014 15:00 PM
Author: Thin Lei Win - Correspondent, Southeast & East Asia More news from our correspondents
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    A World Vision staff member scans the barcode on a piece of paper given to the people affected by Typhoon Haiyan. Taken on Jan 23 in the municipality of Dagami, Leyte Province. THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION/Thin Lei Win

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    Westring Casilian, 50, and his wife, with the piece of paper that allowed them to receive 100 kilos of rice for the 10-member family at the distribution point in Dagami, Leyte Province. Taken on Jan 23. THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION/ Thin Lei Win

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    The United Nations World Food Programme's (WFP) monitoring and evaluation staff demonstrating the use of tablets in Haiyan response. Taken on Jan 23. THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION/Thin Lei Win

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