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18 viewsLaarni Escalon, 55, attends to her sari-sari store inside their temporary shelter within the New Bataan National High School grounds in Compostela Valley Province on Thursday 3 January 2012. Escalon, who lost her house and sari-sari store when Typhoon Pablo hit this town on December 4, borrowed money to put up this store. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday More
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16 viewsWater from tributaries in Barangay Andap, New Bataan, Compostela Valley Province overflows on the highway once again on Thursday 3 January 2012 due to incessant rains the day before. A low pressure area loomed over this part of the region, triggering heavy rains, especially in areas affected by Typhoon Pablo almost a month ago. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday More
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21 viewsResidents in Barangay Cogonon, New Bataan, Compostela Valley Province look for coconuts, scrap wood and whatever they can make use of amongst the rubble on Thursday 3 January 2012. They will dry the coconuts for copra and use the scrap wood to rebuild their houses destroyed by Typhoon Pablo almost a month ago. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday More
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20 viewsThe men of the Condesa family in Barangay Cabinuangan, New Bataan, Compostela Valley Province start repairing their house on Thursday 3 January 2012, almost a month since Typhoon Pablo hit this town December 4 last year, leaving hundreds of people dead. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday More
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30 viewsCANDLES FOR FAMILY. Two days before the New Year, brothers Renato and Virgilio Diagbel light candles for 12 members of the Diagbel clan who perished in Barangay Andap, New Bataan as they sought shelter in the barangay health center that got washed away by a debris flow of rocks and boulders. Renato lost his wife and three children while his elder brother, Virgilo, lost his wife, brother and grandchildren. The brothers were not in town when super typhoon Pablo struck on December 4. . MindaNews photo by Carolyn O. Arguillas
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30 viewsCANDLES FOR FAMILY. Two days before the New Year, brothers Renato and Virgilio Diagbel light candles for 12 members of the Diagbel clan who perished in Barangay Andap, New Bataan as they sought shelter in the barangay health center that got washed away by a debris flow of rocks and boulders. Renato lost his wife and three children while his elder brother, Virgilo, lost his wife, brother and grandchildren. The brothers were not in town when super typhoon Pablo struck on December 4. . MindaNews photo by Carolyn O. Arguillas
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27 viewsOVERCOMING CHALLENGES. Despite the tragedy wrought by Typhoon Pablo, these two farmers plant rice in Baganga town in Davao Oriental MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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21 viewsWISH LIST. Children gather around their wish list of what they want for the New Year 2013 in Barangay Banao in Baganga town in Davao Oriental on Dec. 27, 2012. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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19 viewsPEER SUPPORT. Children gather as one of them narrate why she draw a house as her wish list for the New Year 2013 in Barangay Banao in Baganga town in Davao Oriental on Dec. 27, 2012. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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19 viewsSURREAL REALITY. Children play beside the ruins of the covered court that crumpled to the ground in Barangay Banao in Baganga town in Davao Oriental on Dec. 28, 2012. Seven people died when the infrastructure collapsed at the height of Typhoon Pablo last Dec. 4, 2012. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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31 viewsTHEIR LAUGHTER ARE BACK. Two boys play on a toppled coconut tree beside an idyllic beach in Barangay Banao in Baganga town in Davao Oriental on Dec. 28, 2012. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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56 viewsResidents of New Bataan in Compostela Valley Province clean out knee-deep mud inside the Cabinuangan Central Elementary School on Thursday, 27 December 2012. The residents work under the Department of Social Welfare and Development's "Cash for Work Program," which is intended to provide short-term employment that will address the immediate needs of people displaced by disasters such as Typhoon Pablo which hit this town on December 4. They are paid P218 a day for 10 days. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday More
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