In Tacloban, Philippines, a chapel has become a makeshift neonatal intensive care unit for 24 babies born in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. In a city with no electricity, one set of parents take turns pushing oxygen into the lungs of their days-old baby with a hand-held pump. Others rest on wooden pews near their struggling infants. Associated Press Chief Photographer for Asia David Guttenfelder visited the chapel Saturday.

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