Gender and Equity in Post-Haiyan Disaster Resettlement Communities in the Philippines: Reflections from Fieldwork in Leyte
Keywords:Haiyan, Post-disaster, resettlement
Disasters impact genders differently but the most vulnerable are women, girls, and gender diverse individuals. Vulnerabilities continue post-disaster in resettlement communities and the issue of equity remains paramount for affected individuals, families, and households. I reflected on my field notes while conducting a summer field course in 2015 in Leyte and research in 2017-2018 post-Haiyan, the strongest typhoon to hit landfall in the Philippines and perhaps in the world in 2013. I focused on urban resettlement communities, gender and community life, and equity in post-disaster habitats.
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