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Published on Dec 13, 2012
At a Heifer International project site in Santa Josefa, Philippines, Elmer Negros and his son work to build a makeshift cabin in the place where their house used to stand. Their house, like that of their neighbor Noel Apan, was totally uprooted by Typhoon Bopha and sent flying tens of meters away. Most of the damage to homes and crops in this area of the southern Philippines was caused by the high winds from the storm. Life continues and families slowly begin to rebuild.