NPR: 'Tragedy Everywhere': Aid Groups Scramble Against Time After Indonesian Tsunami - CARE

NPR: 'Tragedy Everywhere': Aid Groups Scramble Against Time After Indonesian Tsunami

Credit: MUHAMMAD RIFKI/AFP/Getty Images
Credit: MUHAMMAD RIFKI/AFP/Getty Images

NPR quoted Wahyu Widayanto, CARE emergency coordinator, about the scene in Palu. “There are currently only two banks that have re-opened and just some small food stores, which aren’t sufficient for the community here. Gasoline is limited and drinking water is a problem and a real basic need.” The story ran on the websites of dozens of NPR affiliates across the country. Read it here

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