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The remains of a chapel in the island Barangay of Mabini in Cagdianao, in the Dinagat Islands, in the aftermath of typhoon Odette. The residents of Mabini have put up the chapel’s cross even as they are yet unable to have it repaired. Leonard G. Reyes
Jan 17, 2022
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1 viewsVisitacion Montecalvo of San Jose, Dinagat Islands proudly shows a picture of “Divine Master” Ruben Ecleo Sr., founder of the Philippine Benevolent Missionaries Association of which she is a member. The photo is among the few cherished possessions she was able to salvage from the wreckage of her home which was heavily damaged by Typhoon Odette. Photo taken 11 January 2022. Leonard G. Reyes Jan 17, 2022
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A resident of Barangay Boa cooks his supper outside a makeshift shelter he has constructed where his former house once stood. Photo taken 11 January 2022. Leonard G. Reyes
Jan 17, 2022
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Workers clear debris in Barangay Boa, in Cagdianao, Dinagat Islands. Barangay Boa is among the worst hit by Typhoon Odette in the Dinagat Islands. Photo taken 12 January 2022, Leonard G. Reyes
Jan 17, 2022
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Roofless houses in the fishing community of Barangay Mabini, Cagdianao, Dinagat Islands. Residents are already financially challenged because of the amihan (Northeast Monsoon) which limits their fishing activities to a minimum. With no income, they are unable to buy roofing materials and do other repairs. Leonard G. Reyes
Jan 17, 2022
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A resident of the island-barangay of Mabini in Cagdianao, Dinagat Islands, poses inside her roofless house. At least 100 houses in the village have been completely destroyed with the rest heavily damaged. Leonard G. Reyes

Jan 17, 2022
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A schoolteacher in her house in the island Barangay of Mabini in Cagdianao, Dinagat Islands, which remains roofless 30 days after Typhoon Odette struck the Caraga region. Leonard G. Reyes
Jan 17, 2022
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The public school of Basilisa in Dinagat Islands, which sits on a small hill overlooking the town, bore the brunt of typhoon Odette's wrath. The school was preparing for limited face to face classes in January after more than two years of module-based learning when typhoon Odette tore off the school’s roof and damaged learning materials and classrooms, most of them beyond salvaging. Photo taken 14 January 2022. Leonard G. Reyes
Jan 17, 2022
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A mother and child in the island Barangay of Mabini, in Cagdianao town in the province of Dinagat Islands, bring home rice and other relief goods from a mission sponsored by a local politician. Many villages, some accessible only by boat plying the treacherous waters of Dinagat, are solely reliant on relief goods at present, as typhoon Odette destroyed fishing boats and fish cages which are their main sources of livelihood. Leonard G. Reyes
Jan 17, 2022
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A month after Typhoon Odette struck the Dinagat Islands, people in remote coastal villages continue to live in temporary shelters awaiting relief and construction materials to rebuild their homes. Photo taken 11 January 2022. Leonard G. Reyes

Jan 17, 2022
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Visitacion Montecalvo was in Surigao city when typhoon Odette suddenly intensified and struck the Dinagat Islands as a super typhoon at noon on December 16, 2021. Upon returning on December 22, she found her home roofless and all her belongings waterlogged. Photo taken 11 January 2022. Leonard G. Reyes
Jan 17, 2022
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Resident attempts to clear some of the debris around her grandson’s home as her hut is being demolished to make way for the construction of a makeshift shelter. Many senior citizens in the Dinagat Islands live alone as their children have already migrated elsewhere. Photo taken 7 January 2022. Leonard G. Reyes

Jan 17, 2022
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