Post-Haiyan Tacloban

Fine Art Photograph 2014, Archival Pigment-Based Print, size A2 (16.53 x 23.39 inches)

A year after we have struggled from Typhoon Pablo, another super-typhoon devastated another part of the Philippines destroying millions worth of infrastructure and killing thousands of lives. I arrived at the area after an overnight cruise with two of my friends to help with outreach and relief operations.  This photo-documentation was presented in Davao for area assessment for future research and relief work, but this time, it will primarily focus on women issues.  As it was observed and reported, the number of cases of women abused and harassed rise rapidly after every calamity.