Typhoon Recovery Documentaries for the European Union Humanitarian Aid

Rizaldo from Dumaran, Palawan travels by boat to an isolated island to teach and bring supplies to the Maducang Elementary school. He places items in a dry box to prevent the waves from wetting his supplies. The rising sea levels due to climate change and the destruction brought by 2021’s Typhoon Odette (Rai) destroyed homes and public infrastructures across the province, isolating it from lifesaving aid.

Between June to November 2022, our compact team (meaning Cha Escala and I) travelled across various provinces across the Philippines (Southern Leyte, Bohol, Negros, Palawan among others) to produce stories for the European Union Humanitarian Aid, focused on on how people are recovering from the aftermath brought about Super Typhoon Rai

Here are their stories:

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