Are we there yet? Children's views on Haiyan recovery and the road ahead

One year on from Typhoon Haiyan (local name Yolanda), children who survived the storm have looked back at the help they received and have given mixed reviews. In general, they are pleased with immediate actions taken by local government, and with the aid they received after the disaster, but they know recovery is a long way off and their expectations for life post Haiyan are high.

This report is based on consultations with 162 children, ages 6 to 17 years. Through child participation, it share’s children’s experiences and expectations of the future.

Watch the video for a short summary of the road to recovery after Typhoon Haiyan.

Published 2014-12-18

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Publication year
2014
Author(s)
Maloney, May
Format
pdf, 24p.
Country
Philippines
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Child Participation
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Publication year
2014
Author(s)
Maloney, May
Format
pdf, 24p.
Country
Philippines
Our thematic areas
Child Participation
Content Type
Reports