6 December 2013
Last updated at 16:13
A month on from Typhoon Haiyan, photographer Alison Baskerville has just returned from the Philippines. Alongside pictures of the devastation, and people trying to rebuild their lives, she captured items that residents had saved from the rubble. The typhoon death toll stands at more than 5,700.
Much of the livestock in the small island of Binuluangan was killed in the storm, so any survivors are especially precious.
Some of the salvaged items are put to good use. These tyres, from a cargo ship that had run ashore in San Jose, are being used to build a well. Many people are now living in cramped unsanitary temporary accommodation that increases the risk of disease.
Other salvaged items, once laundered, have been welcome distractions for the children affected by the disaster.
Beinda Base washes a dress that she managed to save. It was worn by her mother, Nellys, on her 60th wedding anniversary so has great sentimental value.
Donated baby clothes hanging out to dry on a fence at a women's shelter in Tacloban. A mass immunisation campaign to vaccinate under-5s in affected areas against measles and polio has been under way for more than 10 days.
A book lover dries his treasured collection by the side of a road.
These children are cutting up candles with a razor blade to be sold.
Television sets being cleaned in the hope they may be salvageable.