A year after Typhoon Yolanda struck, the mayor of the worst affected city said they are still struggling to get back to normal.
With winds of over 315 kph, Yolanda was the deadliest typhoon ever to hit the Philippines and was one of the strongest ever recorded. It killed thousands and made millions homeless.
The typhoon struck on November 8, 2013, and wiped out everything in its path. Seven-meter storm surges destroyed some 90 percent of the city. Over 8,000 inhabitants perished.