After Typhoon’s Devastation, a Philippine Town Is Losing Those Who Could Rebuild It

New York Times: As Jesse Siozon waited for his grandfather's funeral to begin, beneath the orange and blue tarps that serve as the roof for the storm-damaged Santo Niño Church, he spoke of a double loss. His grandfather may well have been the last person in this bedraggled city to succumb to injuries and illnesses brought on by Typhoon Haiyan. And now Mr. Siozon, a 30-year-old nurse, is being forced to leave Tacloban, his family's hometown for four generations, because efforts to rebuild have stalled and jobs......

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