The Philippine typhoon
The Philippine Typhoon
TRAVELS TO Haiti, Dominican Republic
MEDIA OUTLET Henry Magazine
ASSIGNED BY Swedish Red Cross
We thought it was the end of the world, people on island of Leyte says, one of the worst affected islands. We asked for our sins to be forgiven of our sins when we gathered in the inferno to die together. First the super typhoon crushed most things on its path, and then the sea came and took the rest. Forty days after Typhoon Haiyan rampage in the Philippines, everyone work hard to find alternative livelihood for the affected population.