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More scraps over typhoon aid

PALO (UCAN) : Almost two years after Typhoon Haiyan devastated the central Philippines, survivors continue to point to government failure to deliver assistance.

“The government clearly does not have the heart for us, the children of the storm,” Dean Lacandazo, a spokesperson for People Surge, an alliance of typhoon victims, said after some 500 boats, which were supposed to be distributed to fishing communities in the area, were found rotting in a coastal village near Palo.