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PHILIPPINES-HAIYAN/SURVIVORS
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November 05, 2014
Gerry Baclayo, 44, shows recently harvested rice grains at his home in Barangay Cancaiyas, Basey town...
Barangay Cancaiyas, Philippines
Gerry Baclayo shows recently harvested rice grains at his home in Barangay Cancaiyas, Basey town in Western...
Gerry Baclayo, 44, shows recently harvested rice grains at his home in Barangay Cancaiyas, Basey town in Western Samar province October 17, 2014. Baclayo has been a coconut farmer for 15 years, working on the land his forefathers bequeathed him. But Typhoon Haiyan destroyed 80 percent of his coconut trees on November 8, 2013, and he has turned to rice farming to make ends meet. He says his income has reduced but with newly planted coconut trees taking six to eight years before they reach maturity, he says he will stick to rice farming. Picture taken October 17, 2014. To match Feature PHILIPPINES-HAIYAN/SURVIVORS REUTERS/Thin Lei Win (PHILIPPINES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
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