Photos: Typhoon Haiyan – A man reconstructs his house in the bay of Tacloban, Leyte province, Philippines, on Wednesday, November 27, 2013. Typhoon Haiyan, one of the most powerful storms on record, hit the country's eastern seaboard on November 8, leaving a wide swath of destruction, including more than 5,000 deaths.
Photos: Typhoon Haiyan – A man rests on his damaged house along the shore in Tacloban on Monday, November 25.
Photos: Typhoon Haiyan – Road traffic moves past destroyed houses in Palo, Leyte province, on Sunday, November 24, weeks after typhoon Haiyan caused heavy damage to life and property in the Philippines.
Typhoon Haiyan – A woman rests inside the damaged Our Lady of Guadalupe shrine in Tacloban, Philippines, on Sunday, November 24.
Typhoon Haiyan – A woman looks over the devastated waterfront in Tacloban on November 24.
Typhoon Haiyan – Typhoon survivors walk down a road in Palo, Philppines, during a procession for typhoon victims on November 24.
Typhoon Haiyan – A vehicle lies in the water in Tacloban on Saturday, November 23.
Typhoon Haiyan – A man searches through the debris in Tacloban on November 23.
Typhoon Haiyan – A man scavenges piles of wood amid damaged container vessels on November 23 in Tacloban.
Typhoon Haiyan – Local people begin to help clear debris near the shoreline where several tankers ran aground on November 23 in Leyte. The death toll from the storm stands at more than 5,000, according to a government-run news agency.
Typhoon Haiyan – A man clears debris from in front of his home near the shoreline on November 23 in Leyte.
Typhoon Haiyan – Groups of men clear debris near the shoreline on November 23 in Tacloban.
Typhoon Haiyan – Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan inspect the damage to their houses in Tacloban, Philippines, on Friday, November 22.
Typhoon Haiyan – Filpinos clear rubble from a hard-hit area in Tacloban on November 22.
Typhoon Haiyan – An airplane lands in Tacloban as Antonio Lacasa rebuilds his house on Thursday, November 21.
Typhoon Haiyan – People carry a coffin through an opening in the wall of a public cemetery for burial in Tacloban on November 21.