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Teenagers and the disabled lead Haiyan relief effort in remote area

BANTAYAN ISLAND, Philippines -- Ahead of the government in the capital of Manila and international aid agencies, a small organization is bringing aid and comfort to three isolated communities here. It has formed a bond of brotherhood between local teenagers and clusters of severely disabled people, unable to reach food and clean water amid the confusion and destruction left by Supertyphoon Haiyan.


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