The storm brought by Typhoon Haiyan destroyed more than 30,000 vessels, depriving men and women living fishing for a source of income to survive. Most of these people are now facing a possible relocation away from the ocean.
Producers and traders of coconut are an integral part of one of the most productive industries and the Philippines, however, are being ignored in the recovery efforts.
More than 29% of the population affected by the typhoon in late December depended on food aid and sometimes more than a quarter of these people are forced to not eat all day.
My house was part of the damage that left this incident, we live in a place with roofing sheet, this is not the life I want for my children, but I have no other option to get the money, please help me rebuild my house I like thousands of Filipinos we have been devastated and with no government involvement we had to sorbrevivir lacking that simply do not want any of our children, thank you.