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When prisoners, guards and refugees live side by side

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Philippines typhoon “Haiyang” hit the islands in November 2013. This natural phenomenon killed more than 5,700 people, nearly 2,000 were missing, 11 million affected. Hundreds of thousands have lost their homes and had to seek refuge in the most unexpected places. For example, in the province of Leyte is a powerful structure to withstand the impact of a typhoon, houses a large number of refugees who have settled between prisoners and guards. Photographer Lawrence Sumulong visited the prison and captured the lives of its inhabitants.

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