The United Nations has said that up to two million children may have been affected by Typhoon Bopha, which struck the southern Philippines more than 10 days ago Many of the young survivors have lost members of their family and now live in cramped, temporary accommodation. Aid organisaitions in the country have stepped in to help traumatised children. Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from the town of New Bataan in southern Philippines.
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