SLIDESHOW: Coping with Yolanda's wrath

Each person has his own way of coping with crisis.

For Tacloban residents, coping with the destruction wrought by super typhoon Yolanda means finding ways to adjust to the harsh reality they are now facing, especially when the government they are desperately looking to for relief, cannot cope with the magnitude of the post-disaster work.

Survivors have found a way to ignore the piles of garbage and bodies that remain uncollected. What they desperately need now, particularly from government, are the most basic needs--food and water. Trade has been been shut down and money has no value in the city right now.

For the rest of their needs, they only have themselves to depend on.



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