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The rebuilding from typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines continues to be a challenge. The Super storm tore through the Philippines, killing more than eight thousand and affecting up to sixteen million. Six months after the disaster, the Philippines government estimates the recovery will cost billions, and organizations like the Red Cross and Oxfam are settling down for what is likely to be a long stay. But six months later, what exactly is being done and what is left to do?

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