The landscape of Philippines still displays the grim evidence of the biggest calamity to befall this island nation in recent history.

On 8th November 2013, super typhoon Haiyan pounded the island of Leyte in the Philippines with winds nearing 315 kilometres per hour and a tremendous storm surge that bulldozed the countryside. 11 million people were affected by the storm. Over 6,000 people lost their lives.

Each survivor of the massive storm has a harrowing story to tell.
This Shortfilm was produced by CRTN
(Catholic Radio and Television Network)

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