A combination photo shows a makeshift home that a survivor has made on his land and the relocation site that is planned by the local government. Photo on the left was taken on December 10, 2013 and shows a house built by a survivor on his land. Photo on the right was taken on December 13, 2013 and shows the government plan to relocate all the residents within the restricted zone 40-50 meters by the coastal lines. It will take some time to finish the relocation sites and the residents have already begun to move back to their land. 
       
     
 A combination photo shows a family of a survivor and a photo of a pedicab that is used for transporting people within short distances in Tacloban City. Photo on the left was taken on December 12, 2013 and shows a fisherman who was already build a house from scratch and give his family a home to live in. All he needs to earn back his life would be a boat and a pedicab which costs twenty thousand pesos and ten thousand pesos respectively (roughly $450 and $225 in US dollars respectively) which he is saving for little by little now. 
       
     
 A combination photo shows the severely damaged records inside the justice hall in Tacloban City and an inmate living with his family inside the Leyte Provincial Jail. Photo on the left was taken on December 12, 2013 and shows the records of inmates from various prisons around the region being dried in order to find out if they can still be restored. Photo on the right was taken on December 13, 2013 shows an inmate who escaped in order to check his family's safety and voluntarily came back to the prison after knowing their condition. Hundreds of inmates who voluntary came back to the prison brought their families who have been made homeless by typhoon Haiyan's effects as they await the decisions on their cases which have been damaged or wiped out by the typhoon.
       
     
 A combination photo shows a public wall where people could post photos and details of missing relatives and the mass grave in Tacloban City. Photo on the left was taken on December 14, 2013 shows a public space where relatives can post images and details of their loved ones outside the city hall of Tacloban. Photo on the was taken on December 14, 2013 and shows the mass grave for recovered bodies in Tacloban City. The official death toll from super typhoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan) has risen to 6,109, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported Sunday December 22, 2013. In its update, the NDRRMC said 27,665 individuals are injured, while 1,779 are still missing. Over three million families were affected by the super typhoon, and 890,895 families were displaced. Nearly 21,000 families, or 101,527 individuals are still staying at evacuation centers and the total cost of damages has been estimated at  P36,622,812,497.27.
       
     
 A combination photo shows a makeshift home that a survivor has made on his land and the relocation site that is planned by the local government. Photo on top was taken on December 10, 2013 and shows a house built by a survivor on his land. Photo below was taken on December 13, 2013 and shows the government plan to relocate all the residents within the restricted zone 40-50 meters by the coastal lines. It will take some time to finish the relocation sites and the residents have already begun to move back to their land. 
       
     
 A combination photo shows a family of a survivor and a photo of a pedicab that is used for transporting people within short distances in Tacloban City. Photo on the left was taken on December 12, 2013 and shows a fisherman who was already build a house from scratch and give his family a home to live in. All he needs to earn back his life would be a boat and a pedicab which costs twenty thousand pesos and ten thousand pesos respectively (roughly $450 and $225 in US dollars respectively) which he is saving for little by little now. 
       
     
 A combination photo shows the severely damaged records inside the justice hall in Tacloban City and an inmate living with his family inside the Leyte Provincial Jail. Photo on top was taken on December 12, 2013 and shows the records of inmates from various prisons around the region being dried in order to find out if they can still be restored. Photo below was taken on December 13, 2013 shows an inmate who escaped in order to check his family's safety and voluntarily came back to the prison after knowing their condition. Hundreds of inmates who voluntary came back to the prison brought their families who have been made homeless by typhoon Haiyan's effects as they await the decisions on their cases which have been damaged or wiped out by the typhoon.
       
     
 A combination photo shows a public wall where people could post photos and details of missing relatives and the mass grave in Tacloban City. Photo on the top was taken on December 14, 2013 shows a public space where relatives can post images and details of their loved ones outside the city hall of Tacloban. Photo below the was taken on December 14, 2013 and shows the mass grave for recovered bodies in Tacloban City. The official death toll from super typhoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan) has risen to 6,109, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported Sunday December 22, 2013. In its update, the NDRRMC said 27,665 individuals are injured, while 1,779 are still missing. Over three million families were affected by the super typhoon, and 890,895 families were displaced. Nearly 21,000 families, or 101,527 individuals are still staying at evacuation centers and the total cost of damages has been estimated at  P36,622,812,497.27.
       
     
 A combination photo shows a makeshift home that a survivor has made on his land and the relocation site that is planned by the local government. Photo on the left was taken on December 10, 2013 and shows a house built by a survivor on his land. Photo on the right was taken on December 13, 2013 and shows the government plan to relocate all the residents within the restricted zone 40-50 meters by the coastal lines. It will take some time to finish the relocation sites and the residents have already begun to move back to their land. 
       
     

A combination photo shows a makeshift home that a survivor has made on his land and the relocation site that is planned by the local government. Photo on the left was taken on December 10, 2013 and shows a house built by a survivor on his land. Photo on the right was taken on December 13, 2013 and shows the government plan to relocate all the residents within the restricted zone 40-50 meters by the coastal lines. It will take some time to finish the relocation sites and the residents have already begun to move back to their land. 

 A combination photo shows a family of a survivor and a photo of a pedicab that is used for transporting people within short distances in Tacloban City. Photo on the left was taken on December 12, 2013 and shows a fisherman who was already build a house from scratch and give his family a home to live in. All he needs to earn back his life would be a boat and a pedicab which costs twenty thousand pesos and ten thousand pesos respectively (roughly $450 and $225 in US dollars respectively) which he is saving for little by little now. 
       
     

A combination photo shows a family of a survivor and a photo of a pedicab that is used for transporting people within short distances in Tacloban City. Photo on the left was taken on December 12, 2013 and shows a fisherman who was already build a house from scratch and give his family a home to live in. All he needs to earn back his life would be a boat and a pedicab which costs twenty thousand pesos and ten thousand pesos respectively (roughly $450 and $225 in US dollars respectively) which he is saving for little by little now. 

 A combination photo shows the severely damaged records inside the justice hall in Tacloban City and an inmate living with his family inside the Leyte Provincial Jail. Photo on the left was taken on December 12, 2013 and shows the records of inmates from various prisons around the region being dried in order to find out if they can still be restored. Photo on the right was taken on December 13, 2013 shows an inmate who escaped in order to check his family's safety and voluntarily came back to the prison after knowing their condition. Hundreds of inmates who voluntary came back to the prison brought their families who have been made homeless by typhoon Haiyan's effects as they await the decisions on their cases which have been damaged or wiped out by the typhoon.
       
     

A combination photo shows the severely damaged records inside the justice hall in Tacloban City and an inmate living with his family inside the Leyte Provincial Jail. Photo on the left was taken on December 12, 2013 and shows the records of inmates from various prisons around the region being dried in order to find out if they can still be restored. Photo on the right was taken on December 13, 2013 shows an inmate who escaped in order to check his family's safety and voluntarily came back to the prison after knowing their condition. Hundreds of inmates who voluntary came back to the prison brought their families who have been made homeless by typhoon Haiyan's effects as they await the decisions on their cases which have been damaged or wiped out by the typhoon.

 A combination photo shows a public wall where people could post photos and details of missing relatives and the mass grave in Tacloban City. Photo on the left was taken on December 14, 2013 shows a public space where relatives can post images and details of their loved ones outside the city hall of Tacloban. Photo on the was taken on December 14, 2013 and shows the mass grave for recovered bodies in Tacloban City. The official death toll from super typhoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan) has risen to 6,109, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported Sunday December 22, 2013. In its update, the NDRRMC said 27,665 individuals are injured, while 1,779 are still missing. Over three million families were affected by the super typhoon, and 890,895 families were displaced. Nearly 21,000 families, or 101,527 individuals are still staying at evacuation centers and the total cost of damages has been estimated at  P36,622,812,497.27.
       
     

A combination photo shows a public wall where people could post photos and details of missing relatives and the mass grave in Tacloban City. Photo on the left was taken on December 14, 2013 shows a public space where relatives can post images and details of their loved ones outside the city hall of Tacloban. Photo on the was taken on December 14, 2013 and shows the mass grave for recovered bodies in Tacloban City. The official death toll from super typhoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan) has risen to 6,109, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported Sunday December 22, 2013. In its update, the NDRRMC said 27,665 individuals are injured, while 1,779 are still missing. Over three million families were affected by the super typhoon, and 890,895 families were displaced. Nearly 21,000 families, or 101,527 individuals are still staying at evacuation centers and the total cost of damages has been estimated at 
P36,622,812,497.27.

 A combination photo shows a makeshift home that a survivor has made on his land and the relocation site that is planned by the local government. Photo on top was taken on December 10, 2013 and shows a house built by a survivor on his land. Photo below was taken on December 13, 2013 and shows the government plan to relocate all the residents within the restricted zone 40-50 meters by the coastal lines. It will take some time to finish the relocation sites and the residents have already begun to move back to their land. 
       
     

A combination photo shows a makeshift home that a survivor has made on his land and the relocation site that is planned by the local government. Photo on top was taken on December 10, 2013 and shows a house built by a survivor on his land. Photo below was taken on December 13, 2013 and shows the government plan to relocate all the residents within the restricted zone 40-50 meters by the coastal lines. It will take some time to finish the relocation sites and the residents have already begun to move back to their land. 

 A combination photo shows a family of a survivor and a photo of a pedicab that is used for transporting people within short distances in Tacloban City. Photo on the left was taken on December 12, 2013 and shows a fisherman who was already build a house from scratch and give his family a home to live in. All he needs to earn back his life would be a boat and a pedicab which costs twenty thousand pesos and ten thousand pesos respectively (roughly $450 and $225 in US dollars respectively) which he is saving for little by little now. 
       
     

A combination photo shows a family of a survivor and a photo of a pedicab that is used for transporting people within short distances in Tacloban City. Photo on the left was taken on December 12, 2013 and shows a fisherman who was already build a house from scratch and give his family a home to live in. All he needs to earn back his life would be a boat and a pedicab which costs twenty thousand pesos and ten thousand pesos respectively (roughly $450 and $225 in US dollars respectively) which he is saving for little by little now. 

 A combination photo shows the severely damaged records inside the justice hall in Tacloban City and an inmate living with his family inside the Leyte Provincial Jail. Photo on top was taken on December 12, 2013 and shows the records of inmates from various prisons around the region being dried in order to find out if they can still be restored. Photo below was taken on December 13, 2013 shows an inmate who escaped in order to check his family's safety and voluntarily came back to the prison after knowing their condition. Hundreds of inmates who voluntary came back to the prison brought their families who have been made homeless by typhoon Haiyan's effects as they await the decisions on their cases which have been damaged or wiped out by the typhoon.
       
     

A combination photo shows the severely damaged records inside the justice hall in Tacloban City and an inmate living with his family inside the Leyte Provincial Jail. Photo on top was taken on December 12, 2013 and shows the records of inmates from various prisons around the region being dried in order to find out if they can still be restored. Photo below was taken on December 13, 2013 shows an inmate who escaped in order to check his family's safety and voluntarily came back to the prison after knowing their condition. Hundreds of inmates who voluntary came back to the prison brought their families who have been made homeless by typhoon Haiyan's effects as they await the decisions on their cases which have been damaged or wiped out by the typhoon.

 A combination photo shows a public wall where people could post photos and details of missing relatives and the mass grave in Tacloban City. Photo on the top was taken on December 14, 2013 shows a public space where relatives can post images and details of their loved ones outside the city hall of Tacloban. Photo below the was taken on December 14, 2013 and shows the mass grave for recovered bodies in Tacloban City. The official death toll from super typhoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan) has risen to 6,109, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported Sunday December 22, 2013. In its update, the NDRRMC said 27,665 individuals are injured, while 1,779 are still missing. Over three million families were affected by the super typhoon, and 890,895 families were displaced. Nearly 21,000 families, or 101,527 individuals are still staying at evacuation centers and the total cost of damages has been estimated at  P36,622,812,497.27.
       
     

A combination photo shows a public wall where people could post photos and details of missing relatives and the mass grave in Tacloban City. Photo on the top was taken on December 14, 2013 shows a public space where relatives can post images and details of their loved ones outside the city hall of Tacloban. Photo below the was taken on December 14, 2013 and shows the mass grave for recovered bodies in Tacloban City. The official death toll from super typhoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan) has risen to 6,109, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported Sunday December 22, 2013. In its update, the NDRRMC said 27,665 individuals are injured, while 1,779 are still missing. Over three million families were affected by the super typhoon, and 890,895 families were displaced. Nearly 21,000 families, or 101,527 individuals are still staying at evacuation centers and the total cost of damages has been estimated at 
P36,622,812,497.27.