A monster typhoon that laid waste to the central Philippines wiped out livelihoods as well as homes, leaving small traders and shopowners facing a long and perilous road back to solvency.

In the immediate aftermath of Super Typhoon Haiyan—one of the most powerful storms ever to make landfall—future planning had to be sacrificed for the immediate task of survival in a world without food and water.

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