One year after Typhoon Haiyan, the recovery effort in the Phillipines is still ongoing.
But there have been efforts to rebuild. One of them is headed by a group called The Peace Project. It aims to meet a primary need: housing.
Lisa Schultz, founder of The Peace Project, worked with architects and engineers to design a home that could be built in less than a day and would cost no more than $500.
She's been to the Philippines three times since the typhoon, and just completed a community of 40 houses on Bantayan Island:
Schultz joins Take Two to talk about her work to bring new housing to people in the Philippines who are still recovering from Typhoon Haiyan.