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UNDP cash-for-work beneficiaries clearing debris in one of the most affected neighbourhoods in Tacloban. UNDP is currently employing initial 245 women and men in cash-for-work projects. Workers are paid 260 pesos a day to manually clear targeted zones of the worst affected communities. The wages help to jumpstart the local economy, while the cleared roads will allow easier access for humanitarian aid to reach isolated communities. (Photo: RV Mitra/UNDP)

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Taken on November 28, 2013