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PHILIPPINES-HAIYAN/TACLOBAN
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November 05, 2014
Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan learn how to sew eco-friendly waterproof backpacks at the factory set up...
Tacloban, Philippines
Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan learn how to sew eco-friendly waterproof backpacks at the factory set up...
Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan learn how to sew eco-friendly waterproof backpacks at the factory set up by Taclob, a social enterprise in Tacloban, October 17, 2014. Filipino actor Jourdan Sebastian and American development worker Justin Capen are the founders of the social enterprise Taclob - meaning "to cover" in local dialect - that is producing eco-friendly waterproof backpacks made by typhoon survivors. Every purchase of a "Compassion" backpack made of red Japanese truck tarpaulin and denim from jeans donated by Germany triggers a donation of a nylon orange "Courage" backpack that can double up as a floatation device to school children. Picture taken October 17, 2014. To match Feature PHILIPPINES-HAIYAN/TACLOBAN REUTERS/Thin Lei Win (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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