Airport Road, Tacloban, Philippines. Nov 2013 and Nov 2014
Airport Road, Tacloban, Philippines. Nov 2013 and Nov 2014

Typhoon Haiyan, the most powerful storm ever to make landfall in the Philippines, hit the country on November 8, 2013, killing or leaving missing more than 7,000 people and affecting more than 14 million others.

One year on from the superstorm, although life for many people has returned to normal, some of the worst-hit communities are still feeling the effects.

These before and after images show the extent of damage caused by the winds and the repairs made in the 12 months since...

Airport Road, Tacloban


Anibong District, Tacloban



Magallanes District, Tacloban



Officials warn that despite intensive aid efforts, millions of people are still living in temporary accommodation.

San Roque Elementary School, Tolosa, Leyte



All images courtesy of Getty. Slider tool courtesy of the Northwestern University Knight Lab

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