‘Business as Usual, Without Our Roof’: Rebuilding After Haiyan

Published on 28 November 2013

Increasingly, the aid community is finding ways to harness the power of local markets to feed, clothe and house a desperate community. “It’s about following the market,” says Puspa Indra, 35, a regional adviser for Oxfam International’s Emergency Food Security and Livelihoods team. (..) With the U.N. tracking $134 million in global aid for the Philippines and busily working toward a fundraising target of $348 million, this great wave of money could lift or crush local markets, depending on where it is spent.

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