IN NUMBERS: 3 years after Super Typhoon Yolanda

MANILA, Philippines – Tuesday, November 8, marks 3 years since Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) struck the Philippines.

One of the most powerful cyclones ever recorded, Yolanda left a trail of destruction in its wake, especially in hardest-hit Eastern Visayas. (Read all of Rappler's stories on Yolanda here.)

Three years into recovery and rehabilitation efforts in affected areas, what has happened since? Let us look at the numbers.

 

As of November 2016:

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Preliminary data in Eastern Visayas as of April 2016:

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Michael Bueza

Michael Bueza is a researcher and data curator under Rappler's Research Team. He works on data about elections, governance, and the budget. He also follows the Philippine pro wrestling scene and the WWE. Michael is also part of the Laffler Talk podcast trio.

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