100 days on, Haiyan survivors need more jobs to recoverListen /
One hundred days after Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, many people are still struggling to find jobs in order to get by and rebuild their livelihoods.
A large majority of the four million people who were displaced by the typhoon which swept across the country in November were workers.
Many of them were in a vulnerable situation even before the deadly storm struck.
The UN's International Labour Organization (ILO) has been responding by providing emergency employment programmes.
Jean-Luc Martinage reports.