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    Engaging communities in rebuilding post-typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines

    Impact Initiative, 2018
    Communities are slowly being rebuilt after Super Typhoon Yolanda (also known as Typhoon Haiyan) struck the Visayas Islands in the Philippines in November 2013. The vulnerable, most affected communities face ongoing challenges to re-establish livelihoods, safe housing, access to water and electricity, and to rebuild roads and drainage.
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    Does aquaculture benefit poor people in the Philippines?

    id21 Natural Resources, 2008
    The paper examines aquaculture in five coastal communities in the Philippines and analyses whether aquaculture, which is an important economic activity and source of income, reduces poverty and contributes to sustainable development in rural coastal areas.These are some of the main findings.