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"This child is playing “dampa,” inside their house in Anibong, Tacloban City. Dampa is a local street game played with rubber bands.” —Zyron Joseph Lacambra, 12, from Abucay Bunkhouse

"This child is playing “dampa,” inside their house in Anibong, Tacloban City. Dampa is a local street game played with rubber bands.”

—Zyron Joseph Lacambra, 12, from Abucay Bunkhouse

See how Tacloban recovers from Yolanda through the lens of 20 child survivors

Yahoo Southeast Asia Newsroom

By Luigene Yanoria | Yahoo Philippines

TACLOBAN CITY, Philippines -- Shot like a pro? These images are made by 20 children aged 11 to 18 who live in temporary shelters in this city in central Visayas hit by Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) last year.

UNICEF Philippines organized the "Eye See" photo exhibit to see through kids' eyes how Taclobanons recover from the strongest strom to make landfall in history.

The young photographers took part in a workshop organized by UNICEF Philippines and the Tacloban City Social Welfare Development, offering them the creative opportunity to have their voices heard.

Check out the photos and see for yourself what life is like a year after Yolanda struck the central Philippines.

*Captions as told to UNICEF Philippines